Reebok’s Athleisure Collab with Anine Bing Channels ’90s It Girl Style


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Athleisure fans, we’ve got big news. Our beloved Reebok always kills it with cool sneakers and sporty-chic styles. And right on queue is the brand’s new vintage-inspired collab with Anine Bing.

ICYMI, Anine Bing has risen to fame over the last decade for easy breezy California-ready fashion like oversize button down shirts and elevated basics. As for its collab with Reebok? From Princess Diana-esque crewneck and biker short combos to Whitney Houston-inspired tracksuits, this must-shop capsule collection is full of sporty pieces inspired by icons of the ’90s that can go from weekend brunch to office casual.

Don’t just take our word for it. Designer Anine Bing speaks on her starting point for the collab: “We designed the collection for modern women on the move with an emphasis on casual daywear inspired by the off-duty ease of vintage muses,” she says. “These pieces are intended to pair not only with sportswear but elevated even further with your go-to, everyday essentials like a tailored blazer and wide-leg denim.”

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The Anine Bing x Reebok collection features an array of athleisure to fit your fancy, including everything from bralettes and bodysuits to sweatshirts and joggers.

Of course, the collab also had to include retro sneakers. Reebok’s Classic Nylon and Freestyle Hi get a makeover with features like leather and suede overlays. Plus, they both incorporate the dual-branded Anine Bing x Reebok logo crest as the finishing touch.

This collection is already selling out fast. But don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all our favorite finds that are still in stock to add to your cart pronto.

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