If you’ve ever shopped for workout clothes at major activewear labels, you may get frustrated whenever you get to the fitting room with the design you like.
They’re always either too long, too oversized, too tight, or worse – they tend to over-accentuate the dreaded cameltoe.
Well, you can now cast your worries aside because there’s a crop of sportswear brands that tailors workout apparel specifically for Asians.
Ahead, check out our compilation of activewear brands that offer stylish yet comfortable sportswear that fit Asian bodies perfectly.
Anya Active is a women-centric homegrown activewear brand founded to provide activewear that accommodates women of all body types while catering to different needs and concerns.
It stays true to its mission by offering sizes up to 3XL, a feat that not many activewear brands can beat.
While the pieces offer compression, you can also count on the fashionable designs to be made with fabrics and materials that are lightweight, soft, and breathable to accommodate Singapore’s weather.
Shop Anya Active’s activewear range here.
If you’ve been following Jade Seah on social media, then you would’ve already known that the model recently started her very own athleisure brand, Juujaa.
Here, you can expect to score modish athleisure wear that strikes the right balance between comfort and style.
Most of the pieces offered by the brand are extremely versatile too, which means you can wear them out even after your classes.
Shop Juujaa’s activewear range here.
Founded in 2016, this crowd-favourite Singaporean brand prides itself on using the latest activewear technology that strikes an optimal balance between breathability, durability, and moisture-wicking in its well-designed range of workout apparel.
In fact, some signature pieces by the brand have even been field-tested and approved by athletes, so you can definitely count on the quality when you purchase a Kydra workout set.
Shop Kydra’s activewear range here.
Touted South Korea’s Number One Activewear, Mulawear’s call to fame is its signature Miraculous 6-Year Lifespan Leggings. Built to last for up to six years, the activewear by Mulawear is made with innovative fabrics developed exclusively by Invista, one of the top textile companies in the worldm, which prevents the loss of elasticity in leggings.
Besides leggings, Mulawear also stocks a full catalog of men’s and women’s wear, as well as accessories such as mats and straps for yoga, as well as compression socks for high intensity workouts.
The great news is that Mulawear has now open in SIngapore, with two pop-up stores at Mandarin Gallery and Funan. You can also check them out on their online store.
MYË is a fairly new sustainable activewear brand from Singapore for those who want to look and feel their best while being kind to the planet.
Committed to offering only the best for its customers and the environment, MYË recycles plastic waste into premium athleisure clothing in hopes of helping its community lead more sustainable lives.
The brand’s sports bras, leggings, and shorts are made exclusively from 100% post-consumer recycled PET plastic (think disposable water bottles), and a workout set from the brand could be produced from up to 19 recycled bottles.
Fun fact: The brand’s first collection has recycled around 4,500 plastic bottles into luxurious athleisure clothing!
Striking the perfect balance between compression and comfort, MYË’s sustainable sets are ideal for any activity – lunch, lounge, lunge, and everything in between.
Besides breathing new life into discarded plastic bottles, MYË’s recycled activewear also requires an estimated 60% less energy and 94% less water to make, releasing approximately 32% less carbon dioxide than its virgin polyester counterparts.
Additionally, the brand also plants a tree with One Tree Planted for every order placed, manufactures in small batches, and ships its orders in 100% plastic-free packaging.
Shop MYË’s activewear range here.
Perk by Kate
You would’ve probably come across – or even own – lingerie by homegrown label, Perk by Kate, but did you know that the brand recently rolled out its very own capsule collection of athleisure pieces?
Designed with Perk by Kate’s signature attention to detail, the “In Pursuit Of” collection comprises a series of sports bras and leggings that are made for yoga, coffee runs with your buddies, and everything in between.
The range of activewear does away with overly taut bands or an uncomfortable fit – and you can even find leggings that won’t over-accentuate the cameltoe.
Shop Perk by Kate’s activewear range here.
Local label Pinksalt is loved for its stylish, feminine and modest swimwear as well as its range of equally stunning activewear.
Combining body-flattering cuts and strategically placed prints, the designs target common Asian women’s concerns with long-lined sports bras and high-waisted seamless leggings that offer comfort and versatility.
Shop Pinksalt’s activewear range here.
Founded in Myanmar, Sparks Active aims to bridge the gap between affordability and quality by offering soft-luxe, stretchable, and sweat-wicking fabric at a fraction of high-end activewear’s cost.
You can expect to shell out no more than S$50 for bras (S$70 for leggings) – and you can even find sizes up to XXL for certain designs. Oh, and did we mention that Sparks Active offer leggings with deep pockets to store your belongings safely too?
In line with the founders’ backgrounds in working for charities and social enterprises, 5% of net proceeds go to a charity of your choice.
Shop Sparks’ activewear range here.
For comfortable activewear that doesn’t break the bank, look no further than Uniqlo. The Japanese fashion giant offers the widest range of sportswear in an array of sizes and colours.
We like that the full-length leggings hit just at the ankles so there’s no need to worry about folding up your leggings before you work out.
Another major plus point? The waist band doesn’t roll up when you sit!
Shop Uniqlo’s activewear range online or at all Uniqlo stores across Singapore.