This Will Inspire Your 2021 Fitness Goals

Written By: Taylor Gorski
Photography Provided By: Dean Isidro LoveShackFancy Activewear

It’s a new year and you know what means…new year’s resolutions––specifically, fitness goals. While you’re striving to get stronger or simply move your body more, a cute workout outfit always seems to help with some motivation. Lucky for you, there’s a new limited-edition activewear collaboration that will do just the trick. Meet the collection everyone is dying to get their hands on, LoveShackFancy and Beach Riot’s 2021 activewear collaboration. 

LoveShackFancy recently opened a brick-and-mortar shop at Lido Marina Village (think flowy floral dresses galore). Beach Riot is an Orange County-based brand known for fun-loving swim and activewear. The collaboration between these two fan favorites is everything we’d imagine and more! Launching on Jan. 7, expect colorful prints of leggings, sports bras, shorts, lounge pants, sweatshirts, leotards and duffle bags. The collection will have two additional drops, one at the end of January and again in February. Nicole Hanriot, founder of Beach Riot, says the collection was influenced by an ‘80’s Barbie girl, “The collection was inspired by mixing Beach Riot‘s core active bodies and LoveShackFancy‘s vintage prints and trims, bringing together the most feminine and sporty activewear yet!” Mark your calendars because this collection is going to go quick!

LoveShackFancy Founder and Creative Director Rebecca Hessel Cohen notes, “I hope this collection inspires our girls to have fun, feel super girly, and give a jolt of that high-energy spirit that makes you just want to get up, dance, and blast Whitney Houston endlessly!” 

On that note, we’re ready to order a set and get our fitness grove on. 

LoveShackFancy 
3446 Via Oporto, Ste 102
Newport Beach, CA 92663
949.432.5136

LoveShackFancy and Beach Riot Collaborate to Create the Activewear Collection of Your Dreams

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