Much of my actual life is spent in clothes that- while they are fashionable, more importantly allow me to move around and actually enjoy my active lifestyle. I am a single mom to a 7 year old and 2 amazing pups with an at-home office where I work daily. This means comfort is nearly parallel to aesthetics on my checklist when dressing for day.
I recently discovered Albion, a women’s apparel line that excels in their commitment to design
“the most luxurious, flattering, and hassle-free fitness and leisure apparel on the market.”
When shopping through their site I found myself drawn to the classic silhouettes of joggers, pullovers and leggings as well as a stunning swimsuit line. My fashion sweet tooth is fed by their fun prints and patterns, while even the most conservative women would find something to style.
You can see that I styled my own fitness apparel into a wearable athleisure look for the day. With a simple unlayering of my button up and a quick shoe switch I am ready for the gym! I know these will be pieces I can wear for years to come due to the incredible quality of each garment, but if anything every doesn’t fit just right, it’s nice to know that they
“guarantee absolute satisfaction on every article (they) sell and (that they) only use the best in high performance fabrics and trims…”
I do advise shoppers to order one size down when shopping online. I had to pin my XS Go To Crew in the back in order for it look flattering on my petite frame. Otherwise it’s too wide for the hem length and make me look a bit frumpy. The XS At-Ease Joggers were also a full 3 inches too big unless pulled tight with the draw string, which doesn’t do much for your bum if you want to leave the house for coffee.
The Waikiki Swimsuit is PERFECTION, however because I ordered the XXS which fits like an XS. The suit actually covers my bum and flatters my torso with a beautiful fit. I love the lace-up back too!
Other than working out their sizing, I am definitely sold on this women’s line that feels truly made FOR women- real women living real lives. You can check out more of their new arrivals here.
This post is sponsored by Albion, however all final reviews and opinions expressed in this post remain my own.
Photos by Allie Phillips