It’s no secret that we’re into the "fashion person activewear" movement. While some people may be okay with hitting the treadmill in a ratty, old tee and grubby shorts, we prefer our fitness gear to look just as fresh as the rest of our wardrobe. That’s why we rely on hidden gems, like new label Full Court, to get us through our gym time in style — sans pit stains, of course.
Using inspiration from her own tennis background, designer Marguerite Wade launched her brand after feeling uninspired by the tennis and athletic gear on the market. So, she set out to create activewear that marries fashion and functional fitness. And, that’s exactly what she did. Made exclusively in Portland, the collection stocks sports bras, tennis skirts, tracksuits, and more in a flurry of fun colors like electric blue and orange. Click through to check out the line and shop it at Opening Ceremony now. Get ready to Work. It. Out.
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Karlie Kloss is perpetually on the go. One minute, she's seat-dancing front-row at the American Music Awards alongside BFF Taylor Swift, and the next she's soaking in an infinitely pool in Big Sur. So, it's no surprise that she has airport style down to a science.
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