Sukishufu has shared their new collection for Spring/Summer 2015. With so many people set to start trimming down their waistlines in gyms and fitness classes this month, why not feel good about those first few lessons with some spangly new fitness wear?
The luxe fitness brand features new colourways of leggings and bandeaus in its SS15 collection, but also a glamorous range of tops, vests and crop tops. Sukishufu also offers yoga mats and wet bags.
Luxe sportswear brand, SukiShufu (founded by Caroline White, a qualified Hatha yoga instructor and originally a gymnast representing Australia) is excited to showcase the SS15 Collection.
The brand was born out of years of wearing activewear for both teaching and practicing in giving Caroline an understanding of the need for function, quality and practicality. She wanted to bring something new to the sportswear market a product, which is wearable, eye-catching and durable.
SukiShufu is proud to be made with fabrics and materials ethically sourced wherever possible and 100% Made in the UK. The collection includes both apparel and accessories, with several being patented for their innovative design and functionally. Caroline spotted a gap in the market for trend led sportswear, which is not only fit for purpose but also uses materials which are not readily used in this sector. The culture of sportswear is changing, women want to feel attractive and have activewear that can transcend into other elements of their lives, suitable to take them from gym to lunch and work. SukiShufu is a pioneer of innovative sportswear for the modern working woman.
This luxuriously bold collection uses only the highest quality materials to create products that last with vibrant prints and chic bright block colourways. Using the finest Italian Carvico lycra which is pulling and abrasion resistant as well as featuring inbuilt SPF 50 UVF protection technology. Chlorine resistant makes it perfect for swimming and working out alfresco. The luxury jersey is organically grown of naturally sustainable bamboo and mixed with cotton for a lightweight breathable fabric, ideal for keeping cool whilst working out.
We're seriously loving the new range of patterned leggings that have dropped over at Your Eyes Lie.
Starting at £25 there are leggings with galaxy print, leggings with photographic prints, skeleton legs, geometrical patterns and more.
Leggings are not only great on their own but when they are patterned like this and when it's winter you can opt to add them under shorts and skirts as some added warmth and as an alternative to tights as well as under any jeans with rips in to keep out those cold drafts of London winter air.
You can find Your Eyes Lie on their own website as well as on ASOS.
We love Your Eyes Lie in general but we were full of even more love when we took a look at their new collection of leggings.
These digital print leggings are all in stock online now and if you buy any three items online you get free shipping too.
Our favourite we think are the bottom red colour wash ones, they remind us of art classes and the skeleton plus butterfly x-ray leggings - soo cool.
Your Eyes Lie have also just introduced a load of deadstock vintage eyewear online too so grab a pair of sunglasses before the summers out.
The leggings are £26 and there are further prints online.
Well would you ?
These are the new penis leggings from label Bas Kosters titled 'Is that a cock on your leg?'.
If you want these leggings before Rihanna then you will have to cough up £75 not to mention shipping over from the State.
Still, you'll know for sure that you'll have a conversation piece on your legs, it'll make you the highlight of any party (whether that is in a good way or a bad way will probably depend on what kind of party).
Tilley here showing us how to wear a Barbour without looking like an old lady, with polka dot leggings and Dr Martens of course!
Barbours can be found at pretty high prices in their own shop on Bond Street and in department stores like House Of Fraser. You are probably better however (because no one wants to walk around in a spanking new Barbour) opting for the charity shop option or which there are an abundance.
As for the Dr Martens, there is a big Dr Martens shop in Covent Garden and a small one in Camden and they are also sold in Office and Topshop.
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