Fashion Fix - Vancouver Active Wear

Dec 19 2017, 10:02 am

It’s not always easy to tell when Spring has arrived in Vancouver (the rain really doesn’t help) but as soon as the calendar hits March, people have one thing in mind, “Beach Body” mode ON!

March is kind of that month where the “summer is around the corner,” seed is planted, and what better way to welcome the babes, booze, and beaches of Vancouver? Fitness!

The best thing about being active (besides the killer abs, Instagram photo ops and endorphins), are the clothes! Forget crotch riding and ill fitted sportswear, this generation truly has some of the most stylish and fabulous fitness attire.

Here are some of our city’s awesome active wear brands keeping you stylish while you sweat!



My Tonic celebrates healthy bodies, healthy minds and a healthy environment. All products are created and produced in Vancouver, a commitment to keeping their business practices local. My Tonic is constantly seeking out sustainable options to provide high quality products while continually decreasing their ecological footprint.

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Strong Body

Strongbody Apparel is introducing Vancouver to quality & luxury active wear, blending fashion and function. They’ve created “The Buy One, Feed One Program,” which helps provide school meals to those who need it most. With every product purchased, Strongbody Apparel donates to the World Food Program. Now this is what we call feeling good and doing good!

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And of course, who can forget the yoga pant master of them all, Lululemon!

Lululemon is the leading active wear provider for people of all ages and fitness levels. Their clothes are known for their quality, technology, fit, as well as their famous logo! Along with chic and comfy attire, Lululemon is an advocate of practicing a healthy life through yoga – enlisting brand ambassadors to spread the knowledge and benefits of leading an active life.

Staying active is great, looking fabulous while at it is even better – cheers to a healthy spring and a bigger wardrobe.

PS. Don’t forget, shopping is a form of cardio. 2 birds with 1 stone, boo ya.

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