Welcome to the world of summer fitness, where you can find the absolute cutest clothes to work out in, and style becomes almost as important as staying fit and active itself! FP Movement, the branched-off activewear label within Free People, has released a new collection of fitness garments of all types (available for purchase at FreePeople.com), so you can be totally cute as you work to stay fit over the course of swimsuit season.
When the sun comes out to play, less is more so you can keep as cool as you can, which makes it super important to make your garments as stylish as possible! Free People’s latest campaign is set on helping you do just that. I find that having fashionable activewear is the best motivation to get out and work out, so whenever a new collection like this one from Free People comes out, all of the workout possibilities become evident.
Movement is Free. Such a simple statement is the head of FP movement right now. The campaign photoshoot itself features models of many different walks of life, such as actress Davida Williams, model Camille Row, and stylist Djuna Bel, to name a few.
Activewear campaigns always allow for the best bridge between models and everyday women, because working out is something everyone is subject to do in daily life. But Free People’s summer 2016 activewear collection goes one step further, by adding in items like a surf suit.
A sports bra is a basic, almost always essential garment for women when they work out (especially those with a larger bust), but garments like a surf suit are much more niche-specific. If you live near or frequent a beach or the ocean, the white printed surf suit makes for a great investment.
But for those of us who are landlocked, we can stick to shopping for the more basic elements to a great workout; this could mean anything from socks and sports bras to trainers and harem pants.
So regardless of what your workout guilty pleasure is, you can find a piece in Free People’s summer 2016 activewear campaign to suit your needs. Some garments translate well across different activities, like the socks and trainers of course, but also the interesting spin on leggings in this collection.
The turnout leggings in the campaign are form-fitting (just like you’d want from as great pair of workout leggings) but feature lace-up details at the sides for a unique appeal. Even if you’re not in the market for new workout clothes (you should be, though!) you can still check out the Movement is Free webpage on FreePeople.com for some great details into the workout process. You can find information on yoga classes (exclusive to Philadelphia) and social media links.
Photos courtesy of Free People