From Leggings to Vest Tops, These 26 Pieces All Have Top Reviews

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If you hadn't already subscribed to the athleisure aesthetic, we're willing to bet that, after the last year, you've come to not only accept it but wholeheartedly embrace it. Whether by way of joggers, leggings, hoodies, or bralets, lounge and activewear have been at the top of the style agenda for 15 months and counting—and you'll be pleased to hear that, even as restrictions begin to ease, it's not going anywhere. It's official—comfortable clothing is here to stay, and we couldn't be happier about it.

That said, not all athleisure is created equal. We've been let down by enough cheap imitations in our time to know that some pieces are of a calibre all their own and are worth spending a little extra on. And of all the activewear labels out there, none come up with designs that boast style, practicality, and quality, quite like Sweaty Betty.

The Brit-born brand has been empowering women with its array of seriously chic garments for over two decades, commanding a following as loyal as they come. Known for bridging the gap between fashion and fitness, while utilising high-performance materials, the all-female design team has mastered the art of making beautiful, technical clothes. For exercise enthusiasts and relaxed dressers alike, donning Sweaty Betty is something to be proud of—and it doesn't take a fashion expert to see why.

With sculpted silhouettes, ultra-soft fabrications, and an incredibly pleasing colour palette, Sweaty Betty's workout and loungewear are considerably more elevated than your typical marl grey joggers. With wardrobe staples sitting alongside more directional pieces, there's an athleisure look to suit everyone, and there's one edit that we're particularly impressed by.

Just this week, Sweaty Betty has launched its exclusive collaboration with Hollywood icon Halle Berry and her wellness brand, rē•spin. “I love Sweaty Betty because the product is made with technical, performance fabrics that look great. That’s what I need from my activewear: a cross between fit and fashion.”—Halle Berry. Inspired by boxing and Japanese jiu-jitsu, the twenty-two piece collection is one of the sleekest we've seen in the activewear space, with many of the items—cue the Jinx power gym leggings and the Sofia piped rash guard—heading straight to the top of our wish lists.

This prolific edit, combined with the brand's long-standing best-sellers, most of which garner five-star reviews from customers, make Sweaty Betty's offering the most well-rounded on the high street. Scroll below to see the Sweaty Betty pieces our editors have handpicked just for you.


Sweaty Betty Ginger Essentials Hoody in Pebble Beige (£80)

Sweaty Betty Sofia Training Rash Guard in Black (£75)

Sweaty Betty Stamina Sports Bra in White (£38)

Sweaty Betty Vivian Zero Gravity Sculpt 7/8 Running Leggings (£100)

Sweaty Betty All Day Gym Leggings in Forest Green (£65)

Sweaty Betty Nisi Raw Hem Shorts in Black (£55)

Sweaty Betty Bucket Hat in Navy (£35)

Sweaty Betty Power High-Waisted Gym Leggings in Navy Blue (£75)

Sweaty Betty Essentials Sweatshirt in Riviera Yellow (£60)

Sweaty Betty Storm Power Shine High-Waisted Gym Leggings (£75)

Sweaty Betty Essentials Shorts in Riviera Yellow (£45)

Sweaty Betty Rest Days Jumpsuit in Black (£100)

Sweaty Betty Frankie Racer Neck Vest in White (£55)

Sweaty Betty Mindful Seamless Yoga Bra in Nerine Pink (£45)

Sweaty Betty Gary Yoga Pants (£64)

Sweaty Betty Emily Strappy Back Dress in Black (£120)

Sweaty Betty After Class Sweatshirt in Aster Purple (£65)

Sweaty Betty Power 9" Cycling Shorts in Black (£55)

Sweaty Betty Stamina Sports Bra in Black Cherry (£38)

Sweaty Betty Ginger Essentials Jogger in Pebble Beige (£75)

Sweaty Betty Glisten Bamboo Long Sleeve Running Top in Marina Green (£50)

Sweaty Betty Power 7/8 Gym Leggings in Black (£75)

Sweaty Betty Agile Boilersuit in White (£125)

Sweaty Betty Power Gym Dress in Black (£95)

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