FP Movement never fails me. Its sports bras, leggings, and shorts are unmatched. It’s the brand I reach for in my drawers when I need to get excited about my 7 a.m. pilates class. It’s been a must-have for comfortable work-from-home ‘fits. And it earns me countless compliments whenever I’m wearing it out and about. But I’m not the only one who loves FP Movement. Who What Wear editor (and avid runner) Eliza Huber also swears by the brand for stylish yet super-functional gear that will keep her looking and feeling good while putting in miles around NYC. Want to see a few of her favorite pieces? Keep scrolling.
“As someone who primarily works out outside, I hate having to pile on base layers, outerwear, and winter accessories when the weather is super cold. So when the weather does get nice, I’m the first person on any running trail that will break out a pair of stretchy, fitted shorts and a sports bra, even if it’s not technically shorts weather yet. That said, finding good shorts to run in isn’t as easy as you might think. Often, I find that the length is too long or the waist doesn’t come up high enough, which makes me feel uncomfortable during my workout. Luckily, I just found the ultimate combo in FP Movement’s Square Neck Good Karma Bra and Good Karma Running Shorts. The bra gives a great amount of support without digging or being too tight (plus, the neckline is really cute) while the shorts are the perfect length and rise. I paired them with the Adventure Awaits Fleece (which is great for walking to the gym in the early morning), the Buti Tube Socks, and my go-to Cloudswift 2.0 running shoes from On.” — Eliza Huber, editor
“I love an activewear look that can seamlessly be transitioned into an everyday, warm-weather outfit, and the combination of FP Movement’s Happiness Runs Square Neck Crop and The Lo Way Home Shorts is exactly that. I layered two of the crop tops on top of each other for (1) an added stylistic touch and (2) extra support, which I need when I run, but I think they’re fine on their own if you’re doing a low-impact workout and don’t need a ton of support in the chest area. I appreciate the thickness of the waistband on the shorts, which is a welcome change-up from most styles that I’ve tested out in the past. I like how short they are as well, which lets me move more freely during my workout. To make the look more wearable after a workout, I added the Phoebe Packable Puffer in the prettiest shade of dusty brick, which I’m going to be wearing for a lot more than just post-workout coffee trips.” — Huber