You May Also Like

gray hair down there

What to do when you go gray…down there

How to wear neon

How to wear neon without glowing overboard

On-sale shower products you shouldn't have to live without

15 on-sale products from Target to turn your shower from blah to spa

hair loss causes treatments

What causes hair loss—and what you can do about it

honey

I replaced my face wash with honey—and here’s what happened

Micellar water

Here’s our number-one beauty pick for Amazon Prime day (and it’s French girl-approved)

Why these $200 leggings are actually a bargain


Thumbnail for Why these $200 leggings are actually a bargain
Pin It
Photo: Bandier
1/6
As more brands (and celebrities) break into the activewear world, it’s getting harder and harder to justify splurging on a new piece—why spend your paycheck on one item when there are so many cute budget pieces?

But Bandier’s new collab with Cushnie et Ochs is officially giving you a reason to spend upwards of $200 on a pair of workout tights.

What makes it different? For one thing, the retailer recruited a buzzy design duo with serious fashion chops and an impressive list of sweat-loving clients (everyone from Karlie Kloss to Michelle Obama has been spotted wearing Cushnie et Ochs’ strap-happy pieces).

Which means that the edgy, all-black, 10-piece collection (comprised of three leggings, three sports bras, two tank tops, a track pant, and a jacket) would look as natural at the gym as it would on the runway. And while the stylish women behind the label, Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs, wanted to make their capsule collection as technical as possible, they also designed garments that could seamlessly be paired with their equally cool—but way more expensive—ready-to-wear pieces.

So yes, their Bandier collection starts at $144 for a mesh-paneled tank—and tops out at $215 for a pair of slashed-to-the-thigh leggings—but when compared to their very similar-looking fashion designs (think the same cool-girl cutout pieces, but for $600), the capsule collection is actually a serious bargain.

Scroll down to see the full collection below and let us know—would you shell out the bucks for these active fashion pieces?

Get Started
2/6
Cushnie et ochs bandier
Photo: Bandier

Venus bra, $148
Rhea legging, $215

3/6
Cushnie et ochs bandier
Photo: Bandier

Iris crop top, $155
Maia legging, $215

4/6
Cushnie et ochs bandier
Photo: Bandier

Aurora bra, $148
Athena legging, $198

5/6
Cushnie et ochs bandier
Photo: Bandier

Left:
Venus bra, $148
Rhea legging, $215

Right:
Iris crop top, $155
Juno pant, $175

6/6
Cushnie et ochs bandier
Photo: Bandier

Iris crop top, $155
Juno pant, $175

Ready to splurge on some stylish fitness fashion? Clear the way for your new clothes with these decluttering tips—you might even earn a little extra cash while you’re at it.

Loading More Posts...

You May Also Like

gray hair down there

What to do when you go gray…down there

honey

I replaced my face wash with honey—and here’s what happened

Rihanna makeup tutorial for bronzer uses

The one product Rihanna’s makeup artist says will glow up your face *and* body

hair loss causes treatments

What causes hair loss—and what you can do about it

Micellar water

Here’s our number-one beauty pick for Amazon Prime day (and it’s French girl-approved)

How to wear neon

How to wear neon without glowing overboard