All your favorite colors are finally back in stock, and just in time for summer. How convenient.
In the language of flowers, Dahlias represent stability and care. In the language of leggings? Same thing.
The most lightweight, breathable, flexible maternity legging is finally back in stock. Designed by a mom-to-be, for all moms-to-be.
Warning: our best sellers sell a little… too well. Get ‘em now before they’re gone again.
Smoke High-Rise Bike Short,
Black High-Rise Bike Short,
Vine Topanga Bra,
Vine Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Dahlia Paloma Bra,
Dahlia Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Midnight Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Five classic colors made from recycled water bottles. Always in our collection, always available.Well... not always. But we try.
Black Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Smoke Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Moss Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Plum Compressive High-Rise Legging,
Black Paloma Bra,
Smoke Paloma Bra,
Moss Paloma Bra,
Midnight Paloma Bra,
Plum Paloma Bra,
A bunch of old water bottles have never looked so good.
@5thmindyoga wears 36 recycled water bottles in Ivory. photo by @celinakenyon.
@fatgirlflow and @girlletgo recycle 72 water bottles in Rose Quartz.
@average_bb wears 36 recycled bottles in Moss.
@lindadoesyoga and @christine.choucair recycle 72 old water bottles in Tanzanite.
@zahra_sandberg wears Rose Quartz in paradise.
@themalamamama recycles 36 post-consumer water bottles in Jade.
@mangolikesilk doing her part to end the plastic epidemic in Plum.
@femmefitnessss wears 36 recycled bottles in Ivory. photo by @rubyrubyharris.
@kristelcdavid wears 36 old bottles in Moss.
"To feel the leggings, you’d never know they were made of 'trash'; they’re sleek, stretchy, and super-soft."
“The internet can’t stop talking about these leggings made of recycled water bottles — and now I understand why.”
— Business Insider
“These leggings are soft, easy to move in, and have a high waist that sits snug near my belly button.”
— NY Mag
“Thanks to Girlfriend Collective, responsible fashion has finally trickled down into activewear.”