The activewear brand and designer combined forces for a high-fashion, high-performance collection.

By Kylie Gilbert
Photo: Reebok

Ever since Reebok announced they were teaming up with Victoria Beckham back in 2017, we've been anxiously awaiting the collab between the activewear brand and designer. Rest assured, it was worth the wait. The high-fashion, high-performance spring collection-which features several unisex pieces-is the perfect combination of Posh Spice and Sporty Spice (sorry, had to!) in its colors, fabrics, and silhouettes.

"The idea behind this collection was to mix the relaxed attitude of streetwear with the technical performance of sportswear, whilst staying true to the minimal aesthetic of my brand-and incorporating unisex pieces which was key for me when developing the collection," Beckham said in the press release. "Each piece is designed to flex, adapt and transition for the optimum workout, but it was also important that I created something that is fashion-forward and can blend seamlessly into any wardrobe. These pieces can take you from the gym to the office, with the school run in between," she continued.

Photo: Reebok

The collection is inspired by the designer's time living in Los Angeles and London, and combines "laid-back Californian spirit with refined British tailoring." It includes workout staples like matching legging and bra sets-plus a unitard, biker shorts, and ribbed cropped tops for those who are a bit more adventurous with their workout style. (Related: These Matching Sets Make Getting Dressed for the Gym Ridiculously Easy)

You'll also find streetwear items like hoodies, oversize joggers, and a splurge-worthy bomber jacket, all in classic Reebok shades of has orange, black, white-plus camel, silver, and gray. For accessories, you'll find a beanie, gym bags, and a pair of sneakers in two colorways. (Related: 15 Stylish Gym Bags That Might Make You Want to Work Out More)

Rest assured that the performance items can stand up to super-sweaty workouts: "The pieces have the technical ability that I need for the gym but are simple and adaptable enough to work with my lifestyle, and I have personally wear-tested each performance piece during workouts." Beckham has previously shared a peek inside her workouts, telling Hello! that she works out six or seven days a week and starts every morning with a 3-mile run, and then works out for an hour with a personal trainer doing total-body toning and conditioning-all before heading into the office. (Related: Victoria Beckham Is Obsessed with This Hydrating Algae Body Oil)

Basically, if you're looking to treat yourself for all the hard work you've put in so far this month-or are looking for a little extra motivation to reach your goals-decking yourself out in this activewear line is definitely the way to do it.

The Reebok x Victoria Beckham Spring 19 collection is available to shop now at, and starts at $30.


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