This Little-Known Clothing Line Is Full of Activewear Hidden Treasures Starting at $9
Ever since the pandemic, my wardrobe has become 90 percent activewear and, I don't know about you, but I'm not looking back. If you also can't get enough of comfy leggings, joggers, and tees for your day-to-day, then you'll probably be excited to discover Free Assembly, an affordable Walmart clothing line that has trendy active- and lounge-wear for way less than most retailers.
While Free Assembly has more than just activewear — the line also includes cute spring dresses and work-perfect pants — the line has a special knack for offering a range of comfortable clothes you can wear straight from a workout to errands and lunch with friends, then finally just to hang around home. Prices for my favorite pieces start at just $9, which makes creating sets or picking up Free Assembly's matching pieces a budget-friendly and easy way to line up tons of outfit options for spring and summer. And reviewers say not to be fooled by the price tags because many of these garments feel higher-end than their cost would imply. (Check out more of the best brands for workout clothes for women here.)
A lot of the collection's styles come in a big variety of colors, so you can buy your favorite looks in a few different hues and feel cozy and cute every day of the week. The Classic Raglan Sweatshirt, a shopper-loved crew cut, lightweight sweatshirt with a relaxed fit, comes in 15 different colors, from classic white and navy to a more adventurous bright yellow and rich red. Shoppers love the contrast stitching on the darker colors and the casual vibe of the piece.
Free Assembly also has you covered on bottoms, whether you're into biker shorts or more of a joggers person. Of course, you can't go wrong with a classic legging, and Free Assembly's version does not disappoint. Landing somewhere between a capri and full-length pant, the 7/8 leggings are a flattering and practical length for hitting up yoga, walking the dog, and going wherever else a regular day takes you. Shoppers love the side pockets, light sheen of the fabric, and comfortable fit. And at $16 a pop, you'll want to grab more than just one of the seven color options. (Psst, if you need sneakers to pair them with, these "extremely comfortable" Nikes are Hailey Bieber-approved.)
There is a ton of good stuff on the site, but to make it easy, check out the best of Walmart clothing line Free Assembly's activewear below, from t-shirts to joggers, all for $24 or less.