Get physical! As stars like Olivia Culpo hit the gym in style, FEMAIL rounds up the HOTTEST new workout gear to help motivate you to exercise
- Olivia was spotted in the gym recently looking head-to-toe chic
- New workout gear is sometimes the motivation people need to workout
- Tavi Noir is a brand of stylish grip socks for yoga and Pilates
- Leus towels released artistic towels for the gym and yoga studio with dynamic prints
- Bandier launched their first proprietary activewear brand, We Over Me
- Fitness expert Andrea Marcellus just launched And/life – a new lifestyle app that helps users burns calories without wasting time
Finding the motivation to go to the gym can be a challenge for just about everyone.
Sometimes stylish new workout gear is the extra bit of incentive one might need to get moving.
From artsy yoga mats to stylish grip socks, FEMAIL rounds up the hottest gear to help you get a body like Olivia Culpo's by springtime.
From artsy yoga mats to stylish grip socks, FEMAIL rounds up the hottest gear to help you get a body like Olivia Culpo's by springtime
The former beauty queen-turned-fashionista is just as stylish at the gym as she is on the streets.
Working out at the Heart and Hustle gym in Los Angeles with her trainer Gregg Miele two days ago, the 25-year-old sweated it out in a matching color-blocked set from Touché LA.
She wore the Holmby bra ($78) and the Century Leggings ($88), complete with grey sneakers. Head-to-toe chic!
TAVI NOIR SOCKS
Colt over the knee grip socks, $28; tavinoir.com
Are you a yogini? If so, Tavi Noir should be on your radar.
'What really sets Tavi Noir apart from other products and sock brands is our devotion to curate the most gorgeous, luxurious and feminine grip socks on the market,' said the label's founder Charlotte Hobgood.
'We play with organic cotton yarn, glittery rhinestones, cool mesh and enticing prints —making them the most luxe and intriguing grip socks you can buy for your studio practice.
While the idea of fashionable grip socks began when Charlotte was teaching a barre class, she wanted to offer a product that a busy woman could wear throughout her day. 'I wanted to create a functional fashion piece that let me get from one commitment to another,' said the designer.
'It's about life’s little luxuries, our socks are a treat for yourself and the inspiring women in your life that deserve something as beautiful as they are.'
Left: Savvy grip socks, $12-$14. Right: Chey grip socks, $14-$16.
Left: Selah knee high grip socks, $28-$30. Right: Johnny over the knee grip socks, $28.
Left: Tie Dye gym towel, $11.99; leustowels.com. Right: Faded gym towel, $11.99
Left: Looking Glass yoga mat towel, $39.99. Center: Lunar yoga mat towel, $39.99; Right: Splatter yoga mat towel, $39.99
Set yourself apart from other gym-goers with charming towels by Leus.
'There is a huge need for change in the yoga/fitness market,' said the Leus management team.
'Leus answers that challenge by inviting the fun into yoga that is desperately desired. Wild and dynamic prints like the Twisted, Watermelon Wonderland and Cacti towels highlight the collection.'
Made with a suede microfiber material that's ultra-plush and slip resistant, Leus yoga towels can be used by themselves or as a topper for any basic yoga mat. Designed to be super absorbent, they are great for hot yoga, and thanks to its anti-microbial infused fibers, bacteria is kept at bay no matter how much you sweat.
'After disrupting the beach scene with our spin on towels, expanding into another category where people get wet was a natural progression,' said the team. 'The new segment continues our commitment to bringing our DNA of fun and irreverence to a new category that was desperately missing it.'
Left: Watermelon Wonderland gym towel, $15.99. Right: Cacti gym towel, $15.99
BANDIER X NET-A-PORTER COLLECTION
Year round: Born from the idea that modern activewear should be seasonless, We Over Me's debut collection of eleven styles (leggings, joggers, hoodies, sports bras, tee shirts and crop tops) is available in muted olive green, dusty pink and blue colorways
Bandier (a concept store known for it's uber stylish multi-brand curation of sportswear) launched their first proprietary activewear brand, We Over Me.
'There have been times when the team recognizes an opportunity or a trend, but the product isn’t available to support it,' said Bandier's founder, Jennifer Bandier. 'While we carry over 40 third party brands, it has become clear that certain fabrics, silhouettes and styles are still missing from the market.'
Born from the idea that modern activewear should be seasonless, We Over Me's debut collection of eleven styles (leggings, joggers, hoodies, sports bras, tee shirts and crop tops) is available in muted olive green, dusty pink and blue colorways.
While the designs are intended for low-impact activities like yoga and Pilates, they can easily stand up to more strenuous workouts.
The line is available exclusively via Net-A-Porter and Bandier.com.
AND/ LIFE APP HEALTH AND FITNESS APP
Tech life: Fitness expert Andrea Marcellus just launched And/life – a new lifestyle app that helps users burns calories without wasting time
Fitness expert Andrea Marcellus just launched And/life – a new lifestyle app that helps users burns calories without wasting time.
And/life is a health and fitness app that offers custom workouts (that can be done whenever and wherever), online classes with friends (in real-time through an on-demand workout library) and a personalized meal strategy—all tailored to meet you where you are in life.
Designed to help users weave fitness and healthy eating into their existing schedule, it's a quick, easy and convenient approach that only asks for 2% of your time.
'And/life takes the guess work out of fitness so that women have more time in their day for the things that really matter,' said Andrea.
'The app is built off of my “5 Life Strategies” designed to help women make friends with time in order to unlock their true potential. The life-efficient and fully customizable fitness program featured in the and/life app not only gets you into shape with less effort than you think possible, but it also empowers users to practice personal authenticity.'
With this app Andrea hopes women will discover that by being true to themselves they can each progress toward a lasting version of their individual best self, without depriving themselves of anything.
All for you: And/life is a health and fitness app that offers custom workouts, online classes with friends and a personalized meal strategy—all tailored to meet you where you are in life
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