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Get Your Credit Card Ready: The Full Ivy Park Lookbook Is Here

Yes, It's Finally Here

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Single lady or not, throw your hands up because dreams do come true: Ivy Park, Beyoncé's new workout line (which we just got the deets on two weeks ago), will go on sale this Thursday, April 14, less than 48 hours away. And per usual, Queen B has everyone freaking out in anticipation, thanks to her just-released full Ivy Park lookbook. (Rumor has it she'll coincide the Ivy Park launch with a new album, reportedly titled B6.) There are 58 pieces in the athleisure line to choose from, ranging from $30 to $200—but they won't be sold on beyonce.com or ivypark.com, FYI. Instead, you can swoop up your favorite items online and in-store at Topshop (remember, the collection was launched in partnership with Topshop head honcho Sir Phillip Green) and Nordstrom, and on Net-a-Porter.com.

The line features a slew of basics updated with fresh details like mesh paneling, unique cuts, and a pretty perfect color palette. Plus, the technical details are all legit: Most of the athletic gear is made with sweatwicking materials, and some have the 21st-century addition of headphone holes. But some of the pieces are just perfect for kicking around post-yoga class or hanging out at home too, which means, if nothing else, our wallets are in serious trouble. Even if the price points are good, which, as noted, they are. Queen B, we're still here to serve you. Check out a few of our favorite items below.

Photo: via IvyPark.com

The Bodysuit

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If there's any item in the collection we can immediately envision Bey wearing, it's this. Although it's on the pricier side at $135, we'd wager you'd feel sexy AF if you slipped this on before your next barre class.

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The Jersey

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While we don't see ourselves taking this top ($60) out for a long run, we do see it as the perfect beach side cover-up (or even better, paired with some ripped-up cutoffs) come summer.

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The Crop Top

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Simple and elegant, this crop top ($50) is great for yoga class—and if you're blessed with a smaller chest, can serve as a sports bra too. (Check out 8 Crop Top-Sports Bra Hybrids We Love.)

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The Sweatshirt

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This may be the greatest sweatshirt ($45) to ever exist—especially just in time for the warmer weather. With short sleeves, a front pocket and a split-open back, it's exactly what you want to throw on après Spin class (and, naturally, live in at home too).

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The Sports Bra

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For a sports bra without any underwire or built-in shaping, this one ($38) looks like it offers a surprising amount of support. Great for summer runs thanks to mesh insets, this bra looks great alone or under a plain white tank. (Come on, it's meant to be seen—like these Sexy Sports Bras to Spice Up Your Workouts.)

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The Vest

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Definitely on the pricier side of the Ivy Park line is this $200 reflective running vest. But since it's tricked out with all the bells and whistles a runner could want (think: headphone holes, wind breaking, pocket-heavy), we think it's worth every last penny. It's your safety (and um, style), after all.

The Shorts

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These shorts ($25) are the one thing probably should never exercise in. But they look so comfortable, and are such a pretty pink, that we can't imagine a summer without them in our closet.

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The Leggings

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What's so great about all of Queen B's leggings is that every style is offered in low (I), medium (V) or high (Y) rise. We're suckers for these high-rise leggings ($70), though, since they hold everything in—great for PIlates class ,when the goal is to be long and lean (or maybe if we've had too big of a dinner the night before because #realtalk). (Want more? We love these printed leggings.)

Photo: Courtesy (via Fashionista)

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