Ô summer, its sun, sea, blue skies, yummy ice creams and fresh cocktails… How much we love you! Actually so much that we rapidly let things go including our weight! I understand you ladies; on holidays pleasure comes before everything else. All we can think of is RELAXING -and tasting exotic food. Stylecartel has a little surprise to help you to motivate yourself and stay fit while enjoying your guilty pleasures: Victoria’s secret sexy workout outfits. Because if you want to look like an angel, you have to train like one!
The brand doesn’t offer you some random bras but the piece of clothing based on your bra size. And if you think we have to look like a potatoes sack to workout, you definitely have to take a look here! Here are some of the most motivating workout outfits:
The ultimate by Victoria’s Secret
For a colorful training!
It is made in a body-wick fabric that will keep you cool and dry. Strong point: the ultra-skinny high-rise fit stays put!
$66.50 – $72.50
The Victoria’s Secret Supermodel Slim Pant Play it classic with those black fitness pants. Its straight legged and curve-hugging silhouette will make you look great from the yoga studio to the gym! $66.50
Of course, you need those pants with the matching top. No problem, Victoria’s Secret’s range is extremely broad and appealing!
Once again, the brand uses materials than keep you cool and dry!
Slim, or swingy, scoop neck or boat neck, inspiring graphics or simple… you will necessarily find the top that fits!
Don’t forget, your outfit would not be complete with some accessories!
But those outfits are only a start, the hardest work still lies ahead of you: training.
Exercise for which part of your body, what if we do it the wrong way… A team of Angels will help you get started through videos! (Victoria’s secret sport TV). What a better way to train than having a team of professionals at home? Now you haven’t got any excuse to skip on your workout routine!
You will look forward to your sports session just to wear your outfits! So let’s enjoy summer to it’s fullest.
Editor-at-large: Céline Averty.