These Harry Potter gym clothes will make you head girl of every workout

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It’s totally fine to be just as Harry Potterobsessed during adulthood as you were as a kiddo. And if turning your bedroom into a magical, Hogwarts-approved fortress didn’t sate your witchy craving, now you can also rock some chic apparel that will make you look more badass than ever on the Quidditch field (or in your SoulCycle class).

BlackMilk Clothing—an Australian designer—is releasing its Team Hogwarts activewear collection on December 18, Bustle reports, and there’s a little something for everyone. The line starts at $54, and you can snag complete sets based on your desired house, whether it’s Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin.

The most magical part? The leggings even have wand holders—or, you know, normal pockets for all the muggles out there.

Here’s a sneak peek at the Hogwarts-inspired collection.

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Photo: BlackMilk Clothing

Photo: BlackMilk Clothing

Photo: BlackMilk Clothing

Photo: BlackMilk Clothing

Photo: BlackMilk Clothing

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