If you own a gym membership — more so one at a yoga or pilates studio — chances are you’re living in an over-rotated wardrobe of activewear. And if you must spend all day in an ensemble of skin-tight clothes, it might as well be chic and undeniably luxe. 

Since the ‘60s, Eres has been the definition of swimsuits and lingerie worth wearing, so it was a seamless transition into its just-launched activewear line. 

While most athletic brands dog theirs with unpronounceable technology and bold graphic designs, Eres keeps it simple with soft, low-key pieces. Still, there’s a bit of technology backing the range; a number of pieces come in the same peau douce fabric as its famous swimwear, a special polyamide-jersey fabric that hugs the body in all the right places. 

Feminine touches are emphasised throughout, some of which are clearly borrowed from the lingerie line. There’s not a stereotypical shade of pink thankfully, only a specially-developed stretchy lace that shows slivers of skin strategically. Like its intimate line, none of the tops are lined or padded for extra ease of movement. 

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Those looking for a complete outfit will also find a sturdy gym bag (named Zen) in the same peau douce material, as well as accessories such as a water bottle.

Eres might sit on a price range that’s slightly steeper than the rest on the market, but it should. The sports bras and tights sit tight on all the right curves, and the bodysuits envelop the skin with a refined luxury, which will make your mediation session feel extra, well, extra. 


Shatricia Nair
Senior Writer
Shatricia Nair is a motoring, watches, and wellness writer who is perpetually knee-deep in the world of V8s, tourbillons, and the latest fitness trends. She is fuelled by peanut butter and three cups of coffee a day.