Whether you dread working out or not, there’s no doubt that having chic activewear provides a little added motivation to hit the gym. With more and more activewear brands to keep up with, there’s an endless supply of sports bras, leggings, and gym essentials to choose from out there. We narrowed down the most stylish, lesser-known activewear brands that you may not have tried yet. Get ready to sweat in style…
This LA-based label has mastered the art of chic, monochromatic workout separates that channel the '90s. Aside from its predominantly under $100 price point, the brand's ribbed sports bra styles also make them stand out from the activewear pack.
There's a reason this brand is a favorite amongst both yoga fiends and celebrities alike. From seamless pieces to cool cutouts and technical leggings, Alala offers up chic designs that don't sacrifice comfort. You can also customize your own leggings, choosing everything from the color to the panels down to a personalized monogram.
Koral's gym gear is meant for the woman who loves fashion just as much as she loves to sweat. With faux leather workout pants, mesh tops, and on-trend bike shorts, Koral will land you on the best dressed list at the gym (which is, of course, just as important as the workout itself).
For those who'd rather skip all the skin-tight leggings and bike shorts, Free People Movement's collection boasts a range of flowy pieces ideal for yoga and dance workouts (or a lazy grocery store run). For die-hard legging fans, the brand still has all the essentials in a range of fun colors.
Chances are you've already scrolled through people wearing Outdoor Voices on your Instagram feed—and for good reason. Whether you're hitting the gym or simply running errands, the brand's activewear is made from ultra-soft fabrics that offer support without feeling too constricting.
Whether you're in the market for a sports bra and yoga pants set or an athleisure take on wide-leg pants, windbreakers, and hoodies, this brand is one to know. Featuring bold colors, geometric shapes, and fashion-forward silhouettes, P.E Nation is a mashup of '90s gym class meets city girl.
This rising sustainable brand is made entirely from upcycled textiles, natural dyes, and organic yarns. From workout-friendly halter tops (which is a thing we never knew we needed) to '90s-inspired sets, Nagnata is sure to be a favorite amongst all fashion girls.
If you're a fan of Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede's Good American jeans, you'll love the brand's foray into activewear. The collection, which is available in sizes 0 - 4X, boasts an array of matching workout sets ranging from leopard to camo and all black designs. There are also long-sleeve performance wear designs for those looking for more coverage and support during your workout.
Whether you're looking for leggings at every length, track pants, outerwear, or the perfect sports bra, this UK-based brand has it all—and done in the clean, minimal designs.
This yoga brand not only has ultra-comfy leggings and sports bras, it also boasts some good outerwear options that are ideal for throwing on to go to the gym or a workout class.
From colorful leggings to cozy après ski looks, Tory Burch's venture into the activewear world is just as chic as you'd expect it to be. The brand's roster of colorful seamless sports bras are good, but the knitwear and down jackets will have you wanting to book a winter getaway to Aspen ASAP (much better than a SoulCycle session).
Carbon38's site features its own activewear label along with a wide array of other fitness brands. Whether you're looking for outfits suited for dance class, ski gear or swimwear, the site offers a little bit of everything. The brand also frequently collaborates with designers and up-and-coming activewear brands for capsule collections. The latest: a collaboration with Cushnie that will make any fashion girl swoon.
Three words: bum-sculpting leggings. The London-based brand has mastered the art of lifting and sculpting leggings that flatter every figure. From classic black to colorful prints and mesh cutouts, you'll want to wear these leggings well beyond your workout.
You'll want to wear Celestine's activewear well beyond the gym. The brand's subtle details—from ruffle trim to lace-up accents—make it anything but boring or basic.
For those who need help improving posture, this newly-launched activewear brand uses a fabric technology called Posture, Performance and Recovery (PPR) to actively correct the wearer's stance. The posture-correcting products include a range of sports bras, T-shirts, and leggings that will actively improve your posture as you wear them.
Varley's workout attire may be on-trend (from marble to animal print pieces), but it's also made using performance technology meant to enhance your movement during a workout. The LA and London-based brand has a variety of coordinating sports bra and legging sets to mix and match.
This Australian brand has mastered incorporating florals, patterns, prints and plenty of color into its athleisure. Since its launch, The Upside has racked up A-list support from street style stars like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Hailey Baldwin and Kim K. Along with the standard sports bras, leggings and workout tees, the brand also has a collection of swimwear that will make you look like an Aussie native.
Model Candice Huffine launched her own activewear brand for all body sizes and types last year. Dubbed "Day/Won," the up-and-coming label offers up workout apparel in sizes XS - 5X (and 0 - 32). Along with its empowering graphic tees and pieces, you can also customize leggings with your own workout mantra down the leg.