NOW the heatwave is over, we can actually start exercising outside again – without fear of heat exhaustion the minute we step outdoors.
And now, we’ve got another incentive for you to get back at it: Boux Avenue has just launched its first ever activewear collection – and it is so dreamy.
The new range consists of three different collections: leaf print, marble and a cute floral selection, too.
Which basically means there’s a style to suit everyone.
There’s also a “solid colour piece” range – which includes leggings and crop tops in colours: grape, pewter, green and black – allowing customers to mix and match solid shades with the eye-catching printed styles.
The collection is available in sizes 6-18 with prices ranging from £16-26.
We’re struggling to choose our favourites, but stand-out pieces certainly include the marble printed leggings and crop top as well as the leaf print cropped leggings and the floral, printed mesh top.
All of Boux’s crop tops are lined for extra support, while leggings are high-waisted for a flattering silhouette.
If these aren’t enough to get you back to the gym post-heatwave, we don’t know what is.
- Printed mesh crop top, £20, Boux Avenue – buy now
- Printed leggings, £26, Boux Avenue – buy now
- Printed crop top, £20, Boux Avenue – buy now
- Khaki printed cropped leggings, £24, Boux Avenue – buy now
- Khaki strappy crop top, £16, Boux Avenue – buy now
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