Favorite Athleisure wear: Ivy Park

Bodysuit: Nordstrom  
Leggings: Nordstrom (Avail. at Six:02
Heeled boots: Public Desire
Sunglasses: DollsKill

If you don't know by now, I love Beyoncé. In fact, 'love' is an understatement. Everything about her is literally perfect and if anyone wants to argue with me on that please save your time and go watch her Coachella performance. In fact, contact me and I will provide you with links to her top 5 greatest performances of all time. After watching Beychella, I knew I had to create a post featuring the brand she co-founded: Ivy Park. The leggings I am wearing in the photos above is the first Ivy Park apparel I bought from Nordstrom and now I own at least a quarter of the entire line. These leggings, paired with the long-sleeved bodysuit, create a comfortable yet badass athleisure look. Although I am wearing over-the-knee boots, casual sneakers would suit this outfit better if you were going to the store or running a few errands. But with the boots, you could wear this outfit to go have lunch with some friends real quick. 

Ivy Park is such an amazing brand because it was built for comfort. I would not wear these leggings to workout because its design, but I own a pair of cotton leggings that are comfortable to workout in; the line is full of apparel to make you look and feel good in what you are wearing. Now, there is not an online store for Ivy Park. Instead, you can buy the brand's apparel from Topshop (other co-founder), Nordstrom, Revolve, Pacsun, Six:02, and ASOS. I would recommend browsing Nordstrom, Topshop, and Six:02 because they usually have the most of the gear on sale. If you own any Ivy Park apparel, do you believe the brand is worth the hype?



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