Marian Riverarecently celebrated her 39th birthday, and her recent TikTok dance videos while wearing sporty and athleisure outfits have been inspiring fellow moms to do the same!
In case you missed it, the actress and mother of two shared two dance videos on TikTok where she was rocking sporty OOTDs. Her smooth dance moves made netizens reminisce about her iconic Marimar days, saying, "Walang kupas!"
The first video was posted on August 11, featuring Marian in a white shirt, sweatpants, and a dark-colored cap. She playfully captioned it, "Try lang." As of now, the video has over 96 million views.
But where to cop the same look as Marian? Preview was able to find the exact pieces from Marian's OOTD, and you can check it here and here. However, if you want to browse more online shops that offer athleisure outfits, we've rounded up this list.
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Where to buy athleisure outfits online
1. MOOV Activ
Mom of four and actressCamille Pratsand her sisterlaunched their own athleisure brand, MOOV Activ, last year. She believes that wearing these outfits helps her stay committed to her workouts. These versatile pieces are good for both hanging out with friends and hitting the gym. Plus, they come with pockets!
Owned byIya Villania and her friend Hannah Romawac-Olives, along with their husbands, Bella by Vamos offers performance bras, socks, lifestyle shirts, and nursing wear. Their designs are intentional simple and clean, "so you can look good on the bike, during a run and heck, even in the board room."
Founded by friends Anne Curtis, Isabelle Daza, Paulina Ortega, and Roxanne Farillas during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Recess provides activewear and "life-intervention-wear." These pieces empower movement and self-care.
Another brand suggested by Rica is MillenX Athletic Gear, a Filipino athleisure brand known for its fashion-forward, high-quality apparel. Rica was seen wearing this 'fit during a collaborative digital cover shoot with Yummy.ph.
If anything, Marian's recent trending videos show us that even after two or ten kids, moms still have it, and that the term losyang is a thing of the past. Let's take this inspiration to heart and get moving, moms!