Outdoor Voices, the activewear brand widely known for color-blocked leggings, has a knack for communicating what types of activities its garments are meant for, whether running, swimming, or simply just “action.” And, TBH, it’s a huge relief for people who can’t tell a pair of running tights from yoga pants (it me). Today, the brand rolls out a new line with duds intended to do new things: The pieces in OV Studio are meant for fluid and lower-impact workouts like dance, barre, yoga, and Pilates.
The collection launches with a new super-light fabric called TissueWeave and 10 new products, including leggings ($75), a wrap top ($65), wrap skirt ($45), wrap dress ($85), unitard ($90), and leotard ($65) available in colors inspired by the energy of light (bright yellow, soft coral, grassy green, summery orange, and…um black). “TissueWeave is a stretch woven material that is meant to act as a layering solve on top of our Studio collection. It’s a whisper-thin, airy fabric that you honestly forget you’re wearing because of how lightweight it is,” an OV rep tells me.
“TissueWeave is a whisper-thin, airy fabric that you honestly forget you’re wearing because of how lightweight it is.” —Outdoor Voices
The new duds scream for you to sign up for an an adult ballet class: There are fewer seams, thinner fabrics, and new silhouettes, all designed with ease of movement and fluidity in mind. Basically, if your idea of “doing things” is a low-impact Pilates class or channeling your inner Misty Copeland, Outdoor Voices is officially on pointe.
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