Upgrade your workout gear with the hottest new activewear in store now. From high street labels to the coolest sustainable brands, we’ve got you one step closer to shaping up in style for 2023.

When it comes to our workout wardrobe, we all have our go-to labels, like Sweaty Betty or Lululemon, but as we stride into 2023 you’ll be excited to know that there’s a wave of brands shaking up the athleisure market. Even Marks & Spencer’s new activewear collection, Goodmove, has got Instagram a buzz with its moisture-wicking running tops and super cosy joggers. If you’re absolutely fitness-obsessed, check out the best fitness influencers to follow now.

For the yogis out there, you have Alo, the celeb fave, which counts Gigi Hadid, Hayley Baldwin, and Kendall Jenner as fans. Then there’s The Upside with tanks made from Certified Organic cotton and an ongoing aim of increasing their use of recycled materials. Adanola also exploded in lockdown and now this Manchester-based minimalist brand is dominating the new activewear scene.


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Silou London, launched by former Victoria’s Secret model, Tatiana Kovylina, and wellness influencer, Phoebe Greenacre is another beautiful collection bridging the gap between activewear and loungewear. Similarly, Tala, launched by entrepreneur Grace Beverley, is all about sustainably made workout/chillout garments. Additionally, this month sees the launch of its first ever running collection, FormTech, made to look good, flatter your figure and enhance your performance. Sounds good to us.

Now you’ve got your new activewear sorted, make sure you download the latest fitness podcasts to get you motivated. 2023 is shaping up pretty perfectly…

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FormTech, yet another innovative collection from Tala, ultra-lightweight, wicking and breathable - made to look good, flatter your figure and enhance your performance - dropping 5th Jan.


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Adidas is a favourite among fitness influencers and sports stars, including Lisa Marie Kwayie and Adriene Mishler. The brand's collabs, with 11 Honoré, Peloton and Stella McCartney to name a few, have been huge hits.


Once you’ve sorted your new activewear, the most important next step is to pick out the best sneakers. Whatever your chosen activity, you’ll want support and suitable cushioning under foot. On’s ‘Cloud X 3’ trainers are designed for an ultralight, optimized tread, which the label says is made for “running, but perfect for everything”. While Nike’s Pegasus Trail 4 GORE-TEX waterproof running shoes will have you ready to run no matter what the weather. If, however, you’re a fair weather runner, pop on your new wheels and check out the most luxe gyms in town.


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