This Meghan Markle-Loved Brand Just Launched a Too-Cool Activewear Collab with Bandier
Get them before they're sold out.
There are fewer things we love more than being able to get our hands on chic styles from a Meghan Markle-loved brand that aren't already completely sold out-which is why we're stoked that one of her go-to labels, Veronica Beard, just launched a collection with activewear brand Bandier. Meghan has been a fan of the contemporary ready-to-wear brand since 2016 and has continued to incorporate pieces from the stylish label into her royal wardrobe-most recently wearing Veronica Beard's sky blue button-down Cary dress during her royal tour. (Related: Here's Exactly What Meghan Markle Does for Glowing Skin)
Veronica Beard has had the royal stamp of approval for years, and it was only a matter of time before the brand teamed up with one of the coolest athleisure companies that's reinventing the way women shop for activewear. The 8-piece Veronica Beard x Bandier collection perfectly combines luxury lifestyle with athletic wear for the woman who doesn't want to compromise her gym style. It features everything from a pair of graphic leopard print athleisure sweats to a wrinkle-resistant black scuba jacket, which we think looks great worn together. Veronica Beard's signature one-size-fits-all Dickey jacket is also available in a graphic camo print. (You can pair this collection with the comfy sneakers Meghan Markle always uses)
Keep scrolling to shop our favorites from the Veronica Beard x Bandier collection and snag your Duchess-worthy workout gear before it inevitably sells out.
Buy the Veronica Beard x Bandier Wilma Tracker Jacket, $225.
Buy the Veronica Beard x Bandier Lyn Sports Bra, $95
Buy the Veronica Beard x Bandier Maria Crop Tee, $86
Buy the Veronica Beard x Bandier Ronda Leggings, $148
Buy the Veronica Beard x Bandier Althea Sweatpant, $225
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This story was originally published on People.com by Alex Warner.