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,
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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