If you were one of those people who got surprised, in a good way, to discover the many photos showing all those Victoria’s Secret models posing without makeup, you were probably also wondering how these beauties keep in good shape. You can now at least dress like one of them, as former veteran Victoria’s Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has recently launched her very first activewear line for Autograph at Marks & Spencer, which is already available for purchase on Marksandspencer.com.
Daughter of a fitness instructor and fitness-lover herself, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is not a novice when it comes to fashion designing and has already teamed up with M&S before: her lingerie collection is, in fact, still an ongoing project, and we were still pleasantly surprised to see a continuation of it.
“I’m thrilled to launch my new Rosie for Autograph Active collection in collaboration with Marks and Spencer. Fitness and well-being is such a huge part of my life, it feels like a really natural step for my existing lingerie range to develop and now include activewear pieces,” said the 28-year-old British model and actress.
So, make some room in your drawer and get ready to add Marks & Spencer activewear pieces by Rosie to your collection!
Using dance and ballet as her main source of inspiration, the model treats us to a rather affordable line, with the prices ranging from £16 to £35 (with the bras costing about £24, leggings £28 and leotards £29). Overall, the collection includes cozy sports bras, yoga pants and tops, but when it comes to the bodysuits it shows the best. Delicate, feminine and adorned with floral motifs, the Rosie Huntington-Whiteley x M&S bodysuits are everything you have ever whished to own to start attending gym in a stylish way, while the curve-hugging fabrics, as well as strategic sweetheart necklines used give birth to something you’d wear even in the streets.
Especially impatient could indeed be all those who just love mesh-insert leggings and wrap cardigans, as they blissfully embrace the athleisure trend, meaning that wearing them on a daily-basis in almost mandatory. Oversized boxy tees, frill-helmed tops and sweatshirts, which cost circa £16 and £20, are basically meant to be worn everywhere, as they will make your skin breathe both during super-intense workout sessions and on long sunny days.
Practical and effortlessly cute, the Rosie Huntington-Whiteley x M&S activewear line features a color palette of spring-y hues, such as pink, lilac and grey, with contrasting touches of black and dark grey. Peek-a-boo keyholes, open-backs and lace embroideries add a touch of sensuality to the collection, and make Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who posed for the lookbook, look even more toned and stunning.
To top it all off, Rosie not only released a cute and affordable collection, but also gave us some pieces of advice about fitness. In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, the British beauty reminds us that, besides working out, eating healthy is the most important thing when it comes to getting in shape, and one should never ever skip meals to get skinnier.
“Never miss meals for the sake of saving calories. Breakfast is really important for me and sets me up for the day. […]’Try and maintain a good balanced diet. I’m a real foodie but when I’m at home I try and cook very nutritious, organic and basic foods and when I’m out I’ll enjoy myself, but try and make healthy choices.”
Photos courtesy of Marks & Spencer