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First, the brand underwent a major makeover—rebranding from “Zara Terez” to the simple, yet sophisticated, “Terez”—and now they’re bringing that understated feel to their designs.

Known for emoji prints and statement-making skull leggings, Terez is launching Everyday Essentials, a capsule collection with a more low-key vibe, the brand exclusively revealed to Well+Good.

“Women will always come to us for the vibrant, photo-real prints we’re known for, but it’s also about the fabric,” explains Zara Terez Tisch, founder and CEO of the brand. “We realize bold prints are not for everyone—until they are—so we set out to take the same sweat-wicking, compression, breathable fabric and combine that with what we do best.”

The line, which is now available online, ranges in sports bras and crop tops for $58 to capris and leggings for $83 in a heathered grey and navy—that still hold the high-quality print of their other styles.

While they can be purchased in sets, the best part is that the everyday pieces can be mix-and-matched seamlessly with the rest of the collection, Terez Tisch tells us. “With Everyday Essentials, we were able to create the illusion of a heathered texture in two color ways (to start) using the same fabric, so they go with the rest of the line perfectly.” Phew, no need to say goodbye to your candy crush leggings just yet.

Scroll down to see the full Everyday Essentials capsule collection from Terez.

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Heathered Gray Fishnet Crop Top, $58
Heathered Gray Mesh Performance Leggings, $83

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Heathered Gray Performance Capri Leggings, $70

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Photo: Terez

Heathered Gray Fishnet Crop Top, $58
Heathered Gray Mesh Performance Leggings, $83

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Photo: Terez

Black Mesh Back Sports Bra, $55
Heathered Royal Performance Capri Leggings, $70

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Heathered Royal Fishnet Crop Top, $58
Heathered Royal Mesh Performance Leggings, $83

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Photo: Terez

Heathered Royal Mesh Performance Leggings, $83

In other fitness fashion news, another celeb-favorite athleisure brand is about to take over your activewear drawer. Or check out the tote bag that every stylish New York is using as a gym bag.

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