Girlfriend Collective’s New Collection Took 2 Years to Make, and it’s Worth the Wait!

Everyone’s favorite activewear brand that’s known for being size inclusive and eco-friendly has come out with a new collection that features a fabric that took two years to make. Girlfriend Collective creates fabrics from recycled water bottles and they pay ethical wages to workers at their warehouse in Vietnam.

Not only are they sustainable, all of the clothing from the brand is well under $100, so you can get activewear that’s cost effective and good for the environment.

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The new collection features an essential fabric called “Float” that’s “soft, light and compressive — all in one so you can do it all.” The collection includes the Float leggings which feature a high-waist design and they come in a cropped ankle or bike short lengths. In addition to the leggings, the collection has three sports bras including the Juliet, the Lola, and the Cleo. Two of the sports bras are racerback for more support and one of them is strappy making it ideal for lounging in.

We love a brand that’s size-inclusive and the collection comes in sizes XXS to 6XL. There are five fun colors including black, navy, dark gray, mauve, and army green.

You can check out the full collection on the company’s website. We suggest ordering quickly as the brand is known to sell out quickly and this new release is two years in the making.