Why we love it: Cult Australian activewear brand, The Upside are known for their distinctly unique patterns and their ability to combine fashion and functionality in their designs.
Why we love it: Lululemon has one of the most expansive and perfected ranges in the activewear industry. Whether you prefer yoga, running or training, Lulu has an option for everyone – with their leggings and pants available in a variety of lengths and sports bras that offer the perfect support.
Why we love it: girlfriend collective is the activewear brand you've been seeing all over your Instagram feed. Known for its incredibly bright sets and inclusive size range from XXS-6XL, the brand is also ahead in the sustainability field – using recycled water bottles to produce its wildly soft fabric.
Why we love it: Carbon38's website is an absolute goldmine as far as activewear brands go. Not only can you shop some of the most stylish gym and loungewear all in one place, but the site also has its own namesake brand, producing cutting edge, sleek designs for the gym obsessed.
Why we love it: Alo Yoga is known for their undeniable quality and 'skin-like' feel – the fashionable cutouts, colours, and seam placement are really just an added bonus.
Why we love it: Created by actress Kate Hudson, Fabletics is one of the most customised activewear brands on the market. The site invites you to take a pop quiz on your style preferences and sizes, then curating a range of Fabletics gear that suits your needs. Plus, if you sign up as a VIP member, you receive exclusive access to additional sales and savings.
Why we love it: New Guard offers an elevated look on track-inspired style, with a modern twist. Embracing bold prints, luxe basics and sport-inspired skirts and dresses, New Guard is a premium athleisure label for those who dare to be different.
This article originally appeared on InStyle.