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Shay Mitchell on athleisure inspiration

Published 13/08/2015

Shay Mitchell
Shay Mitchell

Shay Mitchell decided to create her own line of ‘athleisure’ clothes because she was struggling to find clothes to wear for every occasion.

The Pretty Little Liars actress has teamed up with Kohl’s to launch a capsule collection of ‘athleisure’ clothes called Fit to Wander.

Shay has become known for her sense of style since hitting the spotlight in the CW show. And whether she’s hitting the gym or going for coffee with friends, Shay thinks it’s important to look and feel her best.

“I am constantly on the go, travelling, working and I love to wear comfortable clothes,” Shay told Life & Style magazine. ”A lot of girls can relate to a busy lifestyle and like to wear clothes that fit their needs and can wear from boot camp to brunch. The Fit to Wander collection does just that.”

The line ranges in price from $24 to $48 and includes items such as leggings, tops and sports bras.

In addition to being functional and stylish, the clothes are also designed to be flattering for women of all sizes.

They include various seams and panels which bring out the womanly shape in all the right places.

Shay’s range also caters for those who are not keen on low rise gym trousers, offering leggings with adjustable waistbands if people prefer more coverage over their midsection.

In addition, the sports bras have a bust band which can extend to stop chafing during workout sessions.

Shay isn’t the only member of the Pretty Little Liars cast to venture into the fashion industry.

In 2014, Lucy Hale collaborated with Hollister on her debut clothing line. Meanwhile, Ashley Benson also landed a campaign to model for H&M’s Divided collection in summer last year.

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