Girlfriend Collective Just Released a New Collection That Was Two Years in the Making!

One of the internet and celebrities’ favorite activewear brands known for their chic bike shorts, compressive leggings, and comfy sports bras, just released a new collection that took two years to make. Girlfriend Collective’s is known for being eco-friendly—they create fabrics from recycled water bottles and pay ethical wages to workers at their warehouse in Vietnam. They manage to do all this and still keep all their items well under $100.

Their newest release is an essential fabric called “Float,” that’s described on their website as “soft, light and compressive — all in one so you can do it all.” It’s part of their transition into seamless leggings.

The Float Seamless Legging costs $68 and it features a high-waisted design that’s light enough for high-intensity workouts, but still manages to be squat-proof (which is a must). Since the leggings are seamless, you won’t get rubbing or chafing. They come in a cropped ankle and bike short length.

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For doing it all or nothing at all.

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Along with the new leggings, they also released some new sports bras including the Juliet, the Lola, and the Cleo. One of the bras is strappy and it’s great for lounging in and the other two provide more support with racerback details.

Just like the other collections, “Float” comes in sizes XXS to 6XL and in five colors including black, navy, dark gray, mauve, and army green.

Check out the full collection of the company’s website and make sure you order them ASAP and the items tend to sell out quickly.