When a brand is sustainable, affordable and has the seal of approval from several celebrities, we know they must be onto something good. One such brand is Nobody’s Child, the responsible high street fashion brand with serious sustainability credentials loved by the likes of Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Phoebe Dynevor.
Known for their pretty and feminine floral print dresses and ridiculously comfy loungewear, the brand has now launched its first ever athleisure collection just in time for the nation’s January fitness kick.
The new collection expertly continues the brand’s most recognisable prints (there’s animal print, florals and a star print in the mix) across 16 pieces of athleisure, including leggings, vests, cycling shorts, unitards, hoodies, sweatshirts and crop tops. Designed with maximum comfort in mind by using super soft and versatile fabrics with shaping qualities, these pieces are just as ideal for a yoga class as they are for lounging around at the weekend.
Affordably priced from £22-£49, Nobody’s Child has kept its core ethos of responsibility at its heart for this collection – recycled polyester and organic cotton are used throughout, while every pair of leggings is made from 60 plastic bottles and the hoodie and sweatshirt are coloured from vegetable dye.
Jody Plows, CEO, said of the new Nobody’s Child athleisure collection: ‘I’m so proud of the team for curating a beautiful athleisure collection, centred around our recognisable prints. This collection reflects our passion for offering femininity, quality and comfort whilst remaining true to our ethos of sustainable fabrics.’