Fact: wearing cute workout gear makes fitness more fun. Below, find out where to shop the athletic brands celebrity designers are behind, or, the labels stars reach for when working on their famous behinds.
Fabletics makes finding activewear as easy and breezy as cofounder Kate Hudson‘s personality. The dedicated Pilates practitioner launched this $50/month subscription service that sends hand-selected outfits to your door so you can try them on at home and buy or send them back with no strings attached. If that’s not your style, you don’t have to sign up to select from the affordably-priced designs (a full three-piece outfit of a tank, capri, and sports bra is under a hundred bucks!). Kate’s friend Lea Michele seems to love the line — she rocked a full Fabletics outfit in March 2015.
Pick and choose straight from the Fabletics site and get free shipping for any fifty-dollar-plus purchase.
Super excited to announce my line of fitness lifestyle apparel, CALIA by Carrie Underwood! Be sure to follow @CALIAbyCarrie to get a sneak peek of the line before it launches in March! A photo posted by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on
Superstar country singer and mom Carrie Underwood says she created this line “to make it easier for me and all other women to work in working out.” That means being able to transition her tops, bottoms, and accessories from a gym session to the street.
You can shop for Calia by Carrie Underwood online or in store at any DICK’s Sporting Goods, where it is carried exclusively.
A slough of celebrities have been spotted rocking lululemon workout wear — Ashley Tisdale, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Simpson, Kim Kardashian, Michelle Obama, Reese Witherspoon, Sandra Bullock, Stephanie Pratt and of course, Sofia Vergara, who was snapped during the brand’s see-through yoga pant snafu in 2013. Pieces can be a little pricey: it’s popular jackets will cost you around $120 and a pair of capris is about $80. If splurging isn’t an option, wait for a price drop, shop one of the factory outlets, or the occasional warehouse sale.
Successful English designer and popular celebrity pal Stella McCartney has been designing a women’s sports performance collection for adidas since 2004. The line has grown to include items for all sorts of sports. The pricing of her pieces can really give your wallet a workout, but you’ll be in good company wearing Stella’s stuff: she designed the uniforms for Team Great Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes in 2012 and has been asked to do it again for the 2016 games.
Shop adidas by Stella McCartney online here.
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Sisters Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton are both reportedly big fans of this British activewear retailer, with Duchess Catherine seen browsing the brand’s racks inside a Selfridges store during her pregnancy in January 2013.
Rocking @aplrunning from top to bottom!!! I’m so proud of you Adam and Ryan! I’m in love with all of it! #Fitness A photo posted by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on
Khloe Kardashian praised Los Angeles-based twin brothers and former college athletes, Adam and Ryan Goldston, for hooking her up with a full fitness outfit from their brand — including the Women’s Joyride shoe in Vivid Coral/Mist ($120) — that she wore during a March 2015 workout.
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Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson prides herself on helping stars make major changes — or, metamorphoses — to their bodies through fun cardio dance sessions. Whether you take classes at her studios, break a sweat to her DVD’s at home, or just want a touch of Tracy on you when you’re training on your own, what better way to show off your hard work than by wearing one of her brightly-colored, sparkly, or cheeky T-shirts, capris, or hats?
Shop the latest line of Tracy Anderson workout wear here.
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Known for sporting bold looks during her time on Dancing With the Stars, Cheryl Burke brings both color and comfort to her activewear gear. The tanks, long sleeved tops, pants, and jackets are all available for less than one hundred dollars.
You can get your hands on cee bee CHERYL BURKE through QVC’s website.