Sweaty Betty sale: Gym’s might be closed but you can still look the part for less

The Sweaty Betty sale is here, and it's brimming with bargains.

Sweaty Betty sale
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2020 might have been something of a let down, but never too late to recycle last year’s resolutions. As we head into 2021, we can guarantee that a promise to move more won’t be something you come to regret.

Walk to clear your mind, run to help combat pesky insomnia and practise yoga until those hunched working-from-home shoulders finally slot back into place. And do it all in style, with a little help from the Sweaty Betty sale.

They’ve slashed the prices of a huge range of pieces by as much as 50%, across everything from Sweaty Betty leggings and vests to gym bags and the very best sports bras. Meaning there’s never been a better time to give your activewear wardrobe a refresh. 

Just one word of warning from us - popular pieces tend to sell out fast whenever Sweaty Betty launches a sale. So if you’ve got your eye on something in particular, we suggest you run, not walk, to that virtual checkout. 

Sweaty Betty sale - our top picks 

While an uninspiring kit of old, sagging leggings and a holey t-shirt is unlikely to motivate you to move from couch to 5k, we’re willing to bet Sweaty Betty’s signature prints and typically bright colours will. 

Designed by women, for women, Sweaty Betty pieces don’t just look good, they work hard too. Forget niggling sports bras and waistbands that drop as soon as you step into a squat, these are clothes that won’t let you down when the going gets tough.

So, whether you’re pounding the pavements or working up a sweat from the comfort of your living room, here’s to a well-dressed, and slightly less sedentary new year.

Jess Beech

Jess Beech is an experienced fashion and beauty editor, with more than eight years experience in the publishing industry. She has written for woman&home, GoodtoKnow, Now, Woman, Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own and Chat, and is currently Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor at Future PLC. 

She caught the magazine bug during a stint as Fashion Editor of her university newspaper alongside her English degree, and hasn’t looked back since. As for the fashion bug, that came as part and parcel of growing up in the 90s, but the less said about that the better!

Jess’ average day in the office is spent researching the latest fashion trends, chatting to industry tastemakers and scouring the internet to bring you this season’s must-buy pieces - as well as advice on how to wear them. Weekends are equally fashion-focused, and Jess has been known to visit no less than five Zara stores in a single day in search of the perfect occasion dress. 

The only thing that comes close to a buzz of finally tracking down that much-coveted dress is the joy of discovering a new beauty wonder product or hero ingredient. A beauty obsessive, Jess has tried everything from cryotherapy to chemical peels (minus the Samantha in Sex and The City-worthy redness) and interviewed experts including Jo Malone and Trinny Woodall.