Reformation has launched new activewear in its bestselling prints and colourways

Reformation is known for its gorgeous dresses that are perfect for occasions. The brand has become a go-to for weddings, nights out, and summery days. As well as its gorgeous styles, it’s also known for taking an eco-friendly approach to creating fashion. But as well as their occasion-wear, Reformation has become known more and more for its activewear since launching in March 2021 — and now, the brand has extended the line to include some bestselling prints fans can’t get enough of.

The porcelain and cheetah prints are now part of the activewear offering, giving shoppers a chance to spice up their workout gear with a little fun and vibrancy. If you’re a fan of Reformation, you may recognise these two beloved designs from the likes of the Nikita Dress and the Cynthia jeans, both of which sell the best in the prints overall.

Reformation activewear

Ecomove High Rise Legging in Cheetah, £90, Reformation

So far, the porcelain and cheetah lines come in three of Reformation’s activewear styles: the Gwen Ecomove Bra, the Ecomove High Rise 7″ Bike Short and the Ecomove High Rise Legging. They are all available in sizes XS-XL, and given how popular the prints are in other designs, we wouldn’t be surprised if these became the ultimate bestsellers in their respective categories.

Reformation activewear

Ecomove High Rise 7″ Bike Short in Porcelain, £60, Reformation

As mentioned, Reformation is committed to sustainability, and that applies to their activewear offerings. Ref Active is made from REPREVE, which uses 100 per cent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. As well as being eco-friendly, the EcoMove fabric is sleek and soft, and perfect for all types of activities.

Reformation activewear

Gwen Ecomove Bra, £50, Reformation

Since its launch back in March, Ref Active has seen its novelty styles fly off the virtual shelves, including the Emmy Jumpsuit, Dev Jumpsuit, Bella Active Dress and Nina Active Skirt. Customer favourite hues include Limon and Pine, but the new prints could give them a run for their money!