The day we’ve all been waiting for is here! We’re talking about Ivy Park launch day on Thursday, April 14. If you’re as excited as we are, then that means you’ll be up bright and early at Topshop, Nordstrom or Net-A-Porter (the exclusive retailers of Ivy Park) to scoop up what is surely the hottest athleisure line on the market. But if we’ve learned anything from major product releases, it's that there are crazy fan stampedes in store, websites crash or — perhaps the worst — they sell out in a matter of seconds.
Because we don’t want Beyoncé’s biggest fan getting left out in the cold with no Ivy Park product to call their own, we’re helping you come up with a shopping game plan of the top five pieces you need on your list. Our formula is based on price points, what’s trending and our gut feeling that these 'fits will have even non-BeyHive members a bit jelly.
1. Geometric Print Jacket
Not a fan of geometry? Well, rediscover your love for shapes with this geometric print jacket. It's on the pricey end of the line, running about $220. But this piece is so worth it, don't you think?
2. Skinny Geometric Print Leggings
Matching leggings...Yassss! If you're going to go for a bold pattern, you might as well go all the way there. For an extra $75, scoop up these tights and have a uniformed 'fit.
3. Ivy Park Logo Bodysuit
If you really want to channel Bey (see above pic), this bodysuit, adorned with the Ivy Park logo, is your best bet. It's reminiscent of the Chicago Bulls bodysuit she wore in the video for "Feeling Myself." And for $50, you can be feeling yourself, too!
4. Ivy Park Logo Hoodie
It's intended as a hoodie, but British model Malaika Firth shows us this piece looks just as good sans pants. By turning it into a hoodie dress, she's spot-on with what's trending. Cop the look for only $52.
5. Logo Dad Hat
Dad hats watch out! This Ivy Park logo hat is the perfect quick cover-up for bad hair days. Style it like the Queen Bey herself. And for $25, we'll take it!
One more thing to note: Ivy Park runs from size XXS to XL, so we're sending good vibes that you find your favorite style and size!
Do you think Ivy Park is worth the hype? What pieces are you coveting? Tell us in the comments section below!
(Photos: Ivy Park)
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