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Shay Mitchell designs sportswear

Published 04/08/2015

Shay Mitchell
Shay Mitchell

Shay Mitchell and Kohl's have teamed up on a range of chic sportswear.

The Pretty Little Liars star is giving Kate Hudson and Fabletics a run for their money by teaming up with Kohl's on the sporty Fit to Wander collection.

Included are sports bras, T-shirts, tank tops and leggings and they all come with a very personal message from actress Shay, 28.

“The line speaks to my personal philosophy of embracing all that life has to offer and being the best you can be, whatever your passions,” she explained to WWD.

The collaboration encompasses all girls' needs, with strategic stitching that flatters every figure. Leggings can be worn high or rolled down for a low-rise look.

One T-shirt displays the message "It's not the destination, it's the journey that counts", with Shay taking to Instagram to share a picture of herself wearing the piece with black leggings and matching trainers.

The feedback from fans was positive, with Shay thanking her followers: "So happy you like it!!! (sic)"

She also encouraged people to take snaps of themselves in her pieces.

Shay took to Facebook to add a video of herself modelling the collection. In a variety of sultry poses, she shows off the chic sportswear with slightly damp hair that makes it look like she's just had a very glamorous gym session.

"I'm so excited to announce the launch of Fit To Wander exclusively available at Kohl's - Come wander with me!" she encouraged.

The line will retail between $24 and $48 at Kohl's.

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