Let’s make one thing clear: the chances of your well-intended
resolution to work out more, start practicing yoga, or sign up for spin classes will be more successful if you’ve got the right gear. With the start of 2019, a plethora of new workout looks have hit shops, and there are more sports bra choices than ever before. So, before your first private training session, or signing up for that initiation-free gym offer, check out the latest from indie designers Outdoor Voices, LNDR, and The Upside, as well as new standbys from classic athletic brands like Adidas Originals and Nike. While you’re at it, order an environmentally-friendly water bottle, too. Whether you plan to run, spin, swim, or stretch your way into a healthier new year, the below will help you get on your way in the most stylish manner possible.
By no means are we clear of winter’s worst weather. Layering up is key—this sweatshirt from fashion-forward lifestyle collection P.E. Nation will keep you cozy as you warm up, and the matching pant can easily layer over bike shorts.
Buy now: P.E. Nation jacket, $129, farfetch.com and track pant, $179, farfetch.com
Not only does this LNDR sports bra look really cool, it also features antibacterial fibers that help wick away sweat.
Buy now: LNDR sports bra, $85, goop.com
Tired of too-tight gym shorts? Show off those toned thighs in a comfier pair, complete with multicolor drawstring and Adidas’ classic three stripes on the sides.
Buy now: Adidas Originals by Alexander Wang, $91, farfetch.com
The Aussies are known for making killer swimwear, and now they’re taking on the activewear market. Nimble Activewear, hailing from Bondi Beach, offers a feminine take on sportswear, and this burgundy set will be just the wardrobe update to psyche you up for your next barre class.
Buy now: Nimble Activewear bra, $50, farfetch.com and matching pant, $78, farfetch.com
With a name meaning nakedness in Sanskrit, the ultra lux Australian studio to street label Nagnata offers up chic color blocking for 2019. This organic cotton stretch set offers light support for low impact workouts and lounging.
Buy now: Nagnata bra, $175, netaporter.com and matching technical short, $170, netaporter.com
Jumpstart your workout with activewear that is sure to make you roar. This printed set from The Upside is really all you need in order to hit the gym hard on a Monday morning.
Buy now: The Upside bra, $99, theupside.com and matching pant, $139, theupside.com
Add a breathable layer over a sports bra for your workout, like this jacket from Puma, which is the perfect warm-up jacket for winter workouts.
Buy now: Puma hooded jacket, $80, farfetch.com
Your Nike swoosh just got a little cooler. Wear this crop top, a piece from the latest installment of Nike’s collaboration with Japanese streetwear label Ambush, to the gym or around town styled with a pair of jeans.
Buy now: Nike x Ambush crop top, $78, farfetch.com
This sorbet hued yoga matching set—the color combo is aptly named Tuscan Sun—will make your indoor workouts all the more bearable.
Buy now: Alo bra top, $58, aloyoga.com and high-waist pant, $112, aloyoga.com
Ballet has been a huge inspiration for all types of workout gear for 2019, and we especially see it in the pink hues with which the sport is synonymous. This coral pink set is just bright enough to get us out of bed for our morning workout.
Buy now: Outdoor Voices top $45, outdoorvoices.com and matching leggings, $75 outdoorvoices.com
Looking fast may not help you run fast, but we can’t help but fall in love with this blue and red Chevron training leggings from Tory Sport. Pair with the matching uber supportive stretch jersey bra.
Buy now: Tory Sport bra, $50, netaporter.com and pants, $89, torysport.com
Swimming is one of the best full body workouts. Wear this Karla Colletto maillot and imagine that you’re swimming in the warm waters of the Caribbean.
Buy now: Karla Colletto swimsuit, $209, mytheresa.com
In 2019, there’s no excuse for buying a plastic bottle of water each time you work out. This new year, buy a S’well and personally make an effort to cut down on waste. Prone to losing things? Get this bottle, and many others, personalized for only a few bucks more.
Buy now: S’well bottle in smoky eye, $35, swellbottle.com.