Kate Spade’s first activewear collection brings bows and skirts to the gym

Kate Spade Beyond YogaWhen girly cult-fave brand Kate Spade New York revealed it was getting into activewear this fall, barre enthusiasts who love a pretty bow starting planning their new outfits to pulse in.

Now, the first collection is finally set to debut, on January 1, 2016, just in time for the new year workout frenzy.

The line is meant to combine “Kate Spade New York’s playful details and bright colors with Beyond Yoga’s high quality fabrications and flattering silhouettes,” says the company, and comes with the motivational tagline “That’s the spirit.”

It’s made up of 21 pieces, including bras, tanks, jackets, leggings, and skirts (of course), which range in price from $84 to $179 and will be sold in select boutiques and on katespade.com and beyondyoga.com. All of them come with a fun, pretty feel, in different combos of three simple, yet bold colors—black, cream, and posy red—with the expected feminine details like stripes, peek-a-boo keyholes, and yes, bows.

Click through to check out some of our favorite looks, now.

(Photos: Kate Spade New York X Beyond Yoga)


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