How to look good (and feel good) in the gym

Yes, we know going to the gym is all about getting fit. But, there’s no harm in trying to look good if it makes you feel good, right?

H&M

You may not know, but the popular high street store H&M has a huge selection of activewear for all types of sports. Alongside the usual leggings, vests and sports bras, there’s a special Conscious range with sustainable, eco-friendly clothing options which means you’ll be saving the environment whilst getting fit.

Primark

As everyone’s favourite budget choice, Primark activewear is a great option if you’re just starting out and you’re not quite ready to shell out hundreds on clothing. It may be on the cheaper end of the scale, but this definitely doesn’t mean it’s not stylish. For £5 for a sports bra you can’t go wrong!

ASOS

Following the release of its brand new range 4505, ASOS has really changed the game with fashion-conscious fitness gear. There’s something for everyone, from bright gym sets (that we’re lusting over) to ski jumpsuits and maternity t-shirts.

Pretty Little Thing

If you’re looking to turn heads at the gym, Pretty Little Thing is the place to shop. Expect a variety of carefully co-ordinated sets, from block pastels to daring leopard print. This is gym gear with a twist, and it’s sure to make you the envy of your yoga class.

GAP

Designed with specific sports in mind, the GAPFIT collections are divided into categories that suit your own individual workout – Power & Strength, Balance & Flexibility and On the Go.

Stella McCartney x Adidas

If you’re looking to invest in something on the higher end of the price scale, the Adidas by Stella McCartney offers high-performance gear worn by the professionals.

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