Bangkok-based activewear brand Flexi Lexi Fitness helps you stay fit at home with its new eco-friendly collection
And with just as many style points as anything else out there
Aside from turning yourself into a pseudo pro-chef or a TikTok dancing star (we know many of you are trying to do those two things), exercise is a great way to keep yourself feeling good, physically and emotionally, during the quarantine period. Flexi Lexi Fitness, a premium activewear brand home-grown in our very own BKK, is trying to make that experience more comfortable, dexterous, and Instagrammable.
The brand is one of the world's first fitness apparel companies to launch sport bralettes in the market, aiming to make women’s activewear a little more fun and style-focused. Some of you might already own their more popular products, like the pineapple-print Flexi yoga pants or bright yellow crop top with ladybug print.
This summer, the brand is advancing their support of the environment by launching a new apparel collection made of recycled fabric taken from used plastic bottles. They plan to completely stop using synthetic fabric in the future. The latest collection also comes with the brand's signature personality—fun, bold, and colorful—with high-quality fabric and IG-worthy prints that will make you feel damn good-looking, even if you are stuck at home.
Prices start at B1,365 for the bralettes, and B3,115 for Flexi pants. You can also get the Mini Flexi Lexi Fitness collection for your young ones at B875 (for bralettes) and B2,065 (for Flexi pants).