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Sweat The Style’s Adrianne Ho launches an activewear line with PacSun

SWEAT 9Even if you’re over the age of 18, you might actually have a reason to shop at PacSun now.

Adrianne Ho, the model, Instagram sensation, and founder of Sweat The Style, a fitness fashion and lifestyle website, just launched Sweat Crew, an activewear collection with PacSun, online and in stores across the country.

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With lots of mesh, varsity athletic influences, and a dark color palette, Sweat Crew closely mirrors the urban, edgy, and retro athleisure aesthetic that Ho’s become known for. And with all of the pieces under $100, Sweat Crew makes the look attainable to those who can’t afford to shell out hundreds of dollars on a Supreme jacket.

“I wanted to partner with a brand that would be more accessible to a larger audience,” Ho explains. “This collection is for any modern active girl who’s a little rebellious and likes to look good working out.”

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Ho says that she designed a lot of the pieces by taking items from her closet, like men’s football and baseball jerseys, and adjusting them to a woman’s body while also adding technical details like breathable fabrics and reflective strips for night running.

“We lowered the necklines and added softer materials,” she says, “and then played with patterns like camo and baby pink to make everything not so masculine. It has a very street edge to it with high fashion silhouettes.”

Scroll down to see more images from Sweat Crew, which is out now.




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(Photos: PacSun)