Model Candice Huffine is all about staying active. See her Instagram for proof— it consists of motivational captions and candid post-race photos. So when Huffine announced the launch of her latest activewear collection, DAY/WON, we weren’t really surprised. But we were excited—because the line is guaranteed to be the most size-inclusive activewear brand on the market.
Available online today, all twelve types of clothing in the first DAY/WON collection come in sizes 0-32. With prices ranging from $19 for a bandana to $89 for compression leggings, it’s also more affordable than some of the workout lines we’re used to seeing.
While creating the collection, Huffine said she was thinking about real bodies’ look and feel while they’re moving—a consideration she hadn’t seen in other brands. “One consistency I have seen [in activewear] is inconsistency. I was settling for sizes that were not right for my body, and I know I am not alone in that feeling,” she tells Glamour.
Among her biggest fit complaints? Low-riding pants, clingy tops, and designs that didn’t pass the streetwear test— in other words, that couldn’t go from barre class to brunch. “Activewear has to feel effortless and drama free,” she explains. “Training for races is tough enough without having to worry about the possibility of your clothing failing you.”