Pip Edwards stuns with hot new workout look: 'Sporty, but make it sexy'
Lingerie or activewear? P.E Nation's lacey range is pushing boundaries.
When the founder of activewear company P.E Nation Pip Edwards wears an outfit, you know it's going to sell out. Her latest look has wowed fans, posing in a lace unitard for a Pilates class.
"Black lace for Pilates this morning," she wrote. "Sporty, but make it sexy."
The Highline Unitard, $169, is part of P.E Nation's newest drops: an exclusive capsule collection designed in premium fabrics. The form-fitting bodysuit is designed to be worn for everything from exercising to going out. It's made from all-over floral stretch lace, with a stretchy fabric lining throughout the torso, and has five-inch bike shorts, structured cups, and a gold-plated P.E Nation branded clasp at the back.
Fans can't get enough of Pip's new look either, with many commenting they love the high-fashion twist on activewear.
"I’ll happily wear this to my Pilates class then out with a pair of heels," raved one. "Obsessed," said another. "There goes my wage," a third fan joked,
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If you love the lace fabric but are looking for something a little more lowkey than a unitard for your next gym session, don't worry, because Pip has you covered. The Leading Score LS top, $139, is a fitted long-sleeve top. It has a crew neck and a thumbhole detail in the sleeve for a dance studio aesthetic.
Designed for low-impact activity, it's also ideal for day-to-night dressing.
Pair it with the High Line leggings, $139, which are a three-quarter length, mid-rise fit. The lace is lined with a stretch fabric to make it comfortable for both low-impact exercise and hitting the town.
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