- Carrie Underwood’s Activewear Line Proves She’s Just ‘A Normal Person With a Really Cool Job’
- Carrie Underwood Creates Workout Clothing Line
- Work out with Carrie Underwood in Carrie Underwood’s clothes!
- CALIA By Carrie Underwood And The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation Partner To Fully Fund Girls Team Sports Projects On DonorsChoose.org In May
- Carrie Underwood Announces New Fitness Line
- Carrie Underwood champions size inclusivity in her fitness clothing line, Calia
- Carrie Underwood Is a ‘Normal Person With a Really Cool Job’
- Carrie Underwood Wants You To Spend All Day Long In Her Workout Clothes
Carrie Underwood’s Activewear Line Proves She’s Just ‘A Normal Person With a Really Cool Job’
Grammy-winning country singer Carrie Underwood took time away from her busy Nashville life last week to promote the newest collection of her Calia by Carrie Underwood activewear, athleisure and swimwear line in Malibu. The 34-year-old clothing designer launched her collection two years ago with Dick’s Sporting Goods and now can be purchased at the 679 stores nationwide.
“I don’t know that I ever thought an opportunity like this would ever present itself to me,” Underwood said in an exclusive interview with WWD. “I try my best to live a healthy lifestyle and was always looking for clothes to help me along the way. When Dick’s Sporting Goods approached I was like, “Yes!” I didn’t even know it was my dream until they were like, “Here it is.”
Had the best time with all these ladies getting ready for the arrival of summer in Malibu this past weekend! @eveoverlandfitness kicked our butts and everyone looked great in all of their new Spring/Summer @CALIAbyCarrie. #StayThePath
The American Idol vet spent her time in California at a scenic oceanside estate, hosting the Calia Summer Kick-Off event alongside personal trainer Eve Overland and women’s apparel and accessories buyer for Dicks Sporting Goods, Anne Muir. The location made perfect sense, after all, considering Underwood’s penchant for beachy and floral patterned pieces.
“It’s cool to get to visit different places and soak it all in,” Underwood said. “I love floral and girly things and that’s definitely ingrained in Calia, to be strong and feminine and beautiful as well. I like to think you can see that in what we do.”
The wear-all-day collection boasts fashionable and functional pieces that embody Underwood’s style and strength, from tops and leggings to sports bras and light jackets, in bright summer hues and head-turning prints (prices range from $15-$95). But Underwood’s personal favorite is the white core-fitted jacket, which she notes is best to put on after taking your toddler to school.
“I’m your busy mom/friend/wife tying to run around town and get all my chores done and work out,” Underwood said. ” it was like, ‘What do I want?’ because I am a normal person with just a pretty cool job, so it was fun to come in and be like, ‘I need some place to put my phone when I run.’ I love being able to come in and bring little touches like that. With every collection it gets better.”
Waking up for the gym just got a whole lot easier. — // Shop @CarrieUnderwood’s via our bio.
Carrie Underwood Creates Workout Clothing Line
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Carrie Underwood and Dick’s Sporting Goods, a retailer specializing in athletic and outdoor gear, have announced a new clothing line of women’s active wear.
Called Calia by Carrie Underwood, the line was designed for workouts and everyday activity with help from the country superstar.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Underwood said she had trouble finding workout clothes she liked.
“I consider myself to be a pretty hard worker in the gym,” she said. “The high performance things aren’t pretty. And then the super pretty things don’t last a long time or don’t do what I need them to do. So there is a big gap.”
According to a statement from Underwood and Dick’s, the new line will blend “functional details and performance-driven fabrics into sophisticatedly feminine designs.”
“It has been such a rewarding experience working with Dick’s Sporting Goods on all aspects of the design process for Calia, from choosing fabrics to making sure the look, feel and fit is right for active women,” said Underwood in the statement.
“The inspiration for this line came from my desire to have clothes that seamlessly take me from workouts, to errands, to rehearsals and beyond. As someone who is passionate about health and fitness, I’m excited to offer women a wardrobe that will move with them and encourage them to stay the path of leading an active lifestyle.”
Calia by Carrie Underwood will be sold exclusively at Dick’s Sporting Goods stores nationwide and online beginning in March of 2015. It will reportedly feature capris and pants that will average $60 to $85 and tops that will average $30 to $35, all of which can be easily mixed and matched.
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Work out with Carrie Underwood in Carrie Underwood’s clothes!
She literally just gave birth to a baby boy… Not one to sit idle, Carrie Underwood has now released a work out range of clothing called Calia.
Calia is available exclusively through US chain ‘Dick’s Sporting Goods’….
Sadly … they only ship the USA and CANADA…
I guess we’ll have to wait for someone we know to head to the states and do some shopping for us!
Carrie is the poster girl of fit and healthy. Her vegan lifestyle and stunning athletic legs and frame would suggest she spent many hours putting work out gear to the test.. and now, as she no doubt embarks on a post baby body workout routine, she will have her very own line of clothing to do it in!
The Dicks Sporting Goods website says :
“CALIA By Carrie Underwood™
Go confidently from studio to street—and anywhere in between. CALIA By Carrie Underwood is your new fitness must-have.
Country music icon Carrie Underwood has teamed up with DICK’S Sporting Goods to create activewear designed for your busy lifestyle. With CALIA By Carrie Underwood, it’s easy to transition from a workout session to everyday life. These on-trend fitness pieces are perfect for mixing, matching and layering on the go.
You’ll love CALIA By Carrie Underwood’s fresh take on women’s fitness apparel—feminine, modern fits, luxe prints and athletic technology. Look and feel your best in the collection’s tees, tanks, tights—and so much more.
Get inspired—to get active and get healthy. CALIA By Carrie Underwood comes to DICK’S Sporting Goods in March 2015. Shop now for women’s fitness apparel at DICK’S Sporting Goods.”
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CALIA By Carrie Underwood And The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation Partner To Fully Fund Girls Team Sports Projects On DonorsChoose.org In May
“Sports were a big part of my life growing up, so it’s important to me that girls across the country get those same opportunities,” said CALIA Lead Designer, Carrie Underwood. “Through Sports Matter, CALIA and The DICK’S Foundation, we are empowering hundreds of girls across the country to learn, grow and dream, teaching them to do what they love later in life.”
Through its Sports Matter program, DICK’S Sporting Goods and The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation made a multi-year $50 million commitment to raise awareness and support youth sports programs facing budget shortfalls. To date thousands of teams and leagues have been support by DICK’S and its Foundation’s efforts to champion local youth sports.
For more information on Sports Matter and CALIA by Carrie Underwood, visit SportsMatter.org and CaliaStudio.com.
About The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation
The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation is an exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with a mission to inspire and enable sports participation. It was created by DICK’S Sporting Goods, Inc. as a private corporate foundation to support DICK’S charitable and philanthropic activities.
Contact DICK’S Sporting Goods: [email protected]
About Carrie Underwood:
Carrie Underwood emerged from the promise of her 2005 American Idol win to become a true multi-format, multi-media superstar, spanning achievements in music, television, and film. A seven-time GRAMMY® Award winner, she has amassed over 100 major honors, sold 64 million records worldwide, and recorded 25 #1 singles, 13 of which she co-wrote, with a catalog of songs that have been streamed more than 2.6 billion times worldwide. The first female artist to be twice named the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year, Underwood was recognized by Pollstar as the top female country touring artist for each of her headlining tours in 2008, 2010, 2012, and for 2016’s “The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round.” Carrie also topped Billboard’s Top 25 Tours of 2016 as the leading female country artist and was the leading female artist on Country Aircheck’s top country radio performers list for her success in both 2015 and 2016. All five studio albums, Some Hearts, Carnival Ride, Play On, Blown Away, and Storyteller – are certified Platinum or multi-Platinum, and each an American Music Awards winner as Favorite Country Album – and tallied an incredible 40 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. The RIAA’s highest certified country album artist to debut this century, Underwood also holds the distinction of the highest album certification of any country artist to emerge since 2000 with the 8x Multi-Platinum success of her 2005 debut, Some Hearts. She is the all-time Top Country Artist (male or female) on RIAA’s Digital Single Ranking, also placing her among the Top 5 females in the history of RIAA’s Digital Single Program across all genres. In December of 2014, she released her Platinum-certified Greatest Hits: Decade #1, which produced two new #1 hits co-written by Underwood, including the RIAA-Platinum, GRAMMY-winning “Something in the Water.” 2016 marked Underwood’s fourth season as the voice of primetime television’s #1 program, Sunday Night Football, and in November, she returned for a ninth consecutive year as co-host of the CMA Awards. The Grand Ole Opry member also demonstrated her creative diversity in 2013 starring as Maria von Trapp in NBC’s three-hour holiday blockbuster, the Emmy®-winning The Sound of Music Live!, whose airings attracted 44 million viewers. The reigning CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, Underwood claimed her fourth win in the category amid the ongoing success of her chart-topping platinum fifth studio album, Storyteller, which produced four #1 hits.
SOURCE DICK’S Sporting Goods
Fitness Lifestyle Apparel Brand Will be Available Exclusively at DICK’S Sporting Goods Beginning March 2015
PITTSBURGH (December 3, 2014)- Today, DICK’S Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS), and six-time GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood announced the launch of CALIA by Carrie Underwood, a fitness lifestyle apparel brand, which will be sold exclusively at DICK’S Sporting Goods stores nationwide and online beginning March 2015.
CALIA by Carrie Underwood is designed for today’s woman who embraces an active lifestyle and demands more versatility from her wardrobe. The fitness line features high-quality garments built to support the female body in motion, incorporating functional details and performance-driven fabrics into sophisticatedly feminine designs. With a collection that meets her needs during workouts and matches her personal style outside of the gym, CALIA by Carrie Underwood helps a woman to move confidently and comfortably through her day.
“It has been such a rewarding experience working with DICK’S Sporting Goods on all aspects of the design process for CALIA, from choosing fabrics to making sure the look, feel and fit is right for active women,” said Underwood. “The inspiration for this line came from my desire to have clothes that seamlessly take me from workouts, to errands, to rehearsals and beyond. As someone who is passionate about health and fitness, I’m excited to offer women a wardrobe that will move with them and encourage them to stay the path of leading an active lifestyle.”
“We are proud to be working with Carrie on this exciting new line,” said Lauren Hobart, Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, DICK’S Sporting Goods. “From the very beginning of our partnership, we aligned with Carrie around a vision to provide fitness apparel and accessories that are as versatile as they are functional. The result is a collection that will truly fit the incredibly busy lives of active women.”
CALIA by Carrie Underwood will offer competitively priced women’s fitness apparel and accessories. Consumers are encouraged to visit caliastudio.com to sign up for more information on the collection and timing of product launches.
Carrie Underwood Announces New Fitness Line
DICKS Sporting Goods
Good news for Carrie Underwood fans: The gorgeous and fit singer (who recently shared she is expecting a baby boy) announced today the launch of her fitness lifestyle line, CALIA by Carrie Underwood, available exclusively at Dick’s Sporting Goods beginning March 5.
“The inspiration for this line came from my desire to have clothes that seamlessly take me from workouts, to errands, to rehearsals, and beyond. As someone who is passionate about health and fitness, I’m excited to offer women a wardrobe that will move with them and encourage them to stay the path of leading an active lifestyle,” Underwood said in a press release.
Calia comes after a long list of recent celeb activewear lines-from Heidi Klum’s for New Balance to Kate Huson’s Fabletics, and Brooke Burke’s Caelum-but based on what we’ve seen so far of the wear-all-day collection (and of her impressive chin-up form for that matter), we’re not complaining. Just add it to the list of reasons to envy her, right after her 18 number one singles, six Grammys, and hot NHL husband.
Watch the video below to find out more about her new apparel brand, including where she got the name. (And while you wait to get your hands on the line until March, here’s a workout from her trainer: How to Get Lean, Sexy Legs like Carrie Underwood.)
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Carrie Underwood champions size inclusivity in her fitness clothing line, Calia
Carrie Underwood hopes that her line of activewear, Calia, can be a helpful part of her fans’ wellness goals…no matter what their size.
“We’re not all size zeros,” the singer tells People . “We’re different shapes, sizes, ages. It’s important to encourage people and be a part of people’s journeys, no matter where they are in those journeys.”
The most rewarding part of developing Calia, Carrie goes on to explain, has been seeing reactions from fans whose lives have been positively impacted by the brand. For her, the most inspiring success stories aren’t focused on the person’s size, but rather on their confidence, and how they feel in their body.
“I’ve had several occasion where women would come through meet and greet lines and say, ‘You inspired me.’” Carrie reflects. “They’d be wearing Calia head to toe, and they’d be like, ‘You inspired me and I got into the gym. I started walking. I started changing my diet, and I feel so much better. I lost this much weight.’”
Everyone struggles with some aspect of their fitness journey, and Carrie has been open about the more difficult parts of her own. The singer has previously opened up about how it was more difficult for her to “bounce back” after the birth of her second child, Jacob . She admits that at first, she was frustrated that the process was taking longer than it had the first time.
“But I’m four years older. That also helped me shift my mindset — I’m still working hard, wanting to be the best me possible, but cutting myself some slack and just thinking, ‘Be kind to yourself,’” she adds.
Carrie Underwood Is a ‘Normal Person With a Really Cool Job’
Carrie Underwood traveled to Los Angeles last week to promote her Calia by Carrie Underwood activewear, ath-leisure and swim line, which launched two years ago in 697 Dick’s Sporting Goods stores nationwide. The brand, which is represented by IMG, took over an estate in Malibu to host a workout in Calia alongside Underwood and her celebrity trainer Eve Overland. The day included a vegan cooking demonstration and lunch prepared by Crossroads owner and chef Tal Ronnen, and a preview of the late summer collections with Anne Muir, women’s apparel and accessories buyer for Dick’s.
The Grammy-winning country singer, who is in Pittsburgh this week to cheer on her NHL player husband Mike Fisher as the Nashville Predators take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup finals (she may also stop by Dick’s headquarters there), took a moment to chat about being a lead designer for the line, and how her everyday “normal person” needs help to drive its development.
Carrie Underwood at the Calia preview in Malibu.
WWD: The pink floral decor seems very authentic to you and your brand.
Carrie Underwood: Maybe that’s why I feel so relaxed. It’s beautiful here. But it’s easy talking to everybody about something you love.
WWD: Was it a longtime dream of yours to design a line?
C.U.: I don’t know that I ever thought an opportunity like this would ever present itself to me. I try my best to live a healthy lifestyle and was always looking for clothes to help me along the way. When Dick’s Sporting Goods approached I was like, “Yes!” I didn’t even know it was my dream until they were like, “Here it is.” Whole new doors have opened up. I have people coming to meet-and-greets telling me, “I’ve lost this much ” or “I feel this way now” and it’s such a cool thing to be able to play a small part of people improving their lives. Women really do support each other. I feel we hear a lot about negativity in the world but it’s been cool to see women there for each other.
WWD: How has your role and the line evolved in two years?
C.U.: When we first started, I was like, “I have never done this before. Am I going to have valid ideas? How is this going to be when I walk in there? Then I realized this is my life. I’m your busy mom/friend/wife tying to run around town and get all my chores done and work out. It was like, “What do I want?’ because I am a normal person with just a pretty cool job, so it was fun to come in and be like, “I need some place to put my phone when I run.” I love being able to come in and bring little touches like that. With every collection it gets better.
Underwood’s personal trainer Eve Overland leads a workout in Malibu wearing Calia by Carrie Underwood.
WWD: What have you learned since becoming a designer for Calia, which you also have an equity stake in?
C.U.: “I definitely feel like I am better on the creative and practical side of things. I really am that person who comes in with pictures of details or the shirt my friend wore last Thursday, and I say, “What about if we implemented something like that into one of our tops?” That part is kind of fun to me. I’m always seeking feedback and keeping my eyes open in stores and looking to what’s trendy. And also trying everything out myself. There are always things that can be improved upon.
WWD: How do you compartmentalize all the different parts of your life, between being a wife, mother, performer and designer?
C.U.: That’s just being a woman. We all do different things but we all do a million things. Women are multitaskers by nature. It’s like we all have different jobs but there’s a lot going on. I think it’s cool to have things in my life that make that easier.
WWD: What are some of your favorite pieces from the Calia collection you’re showing today?
C.U.: I love the white core fitted jacket. I think spring pieces should be a little lighter, a little fresh. White could be dangerous if you have a toddler like I do. I take him to school then I put my jacket on.
WWD: What’s the one thing that inspires your designs the most?
C.U.: Seeing how people all over the place live and what they do and what they need. It’s cool to get to visit different places and soak it all in. I love floral and girly things and that’s definitely ingrained in Calia, to be strong and feminine and beautiful as well. I like to think you can see that in what we do.
WWD: You have 5.9 million Instagram followers. What’s your approach to social media?
C.U.: I try to just keep everything as real as possible. Nothing’s too calculated. I always feel like you can kind of tell when some celebrities are. I just try to keep it me and real, and if people like it, then that’s cool.
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Carrie Underwood Wants You To Spend All Day Long In Her Workout Clothes
Carrie Underwood loves listening to boy bands and rock groups when she works out. I know this because I’m doing burpees alongside the country star as “Everybody” by the Backstreet Boys plays in the background — part of a playlist curated for Underwood by her longtime personal trainer, Eve Overland, who’s instructing us to jump up, down, and up again. I’m breathless between reps. Underwood, meanwhile, seamlessly bounces from her yoga mat while singing along to Nick Carter.
Underwood may still be best known for her Grammy award-winning music career, but her love for fitness isn’t far behind. A quick Google search for Underwood’s workout secrets reveals pages of exercises inspired by the Cry Pretty singer (and her famous legs), while videos show her working out in a mobile gym trailer. That passion could be why, unlike other celebrity-backed athleisure brands that have crowded the space over the last few years, CALIA, the athletic apparel line Underwood launched with Dick’s Sporting Goods in 2015, has been so successful.
According to Dick’s, CALIA is the store’s third highest-selling women’s brand, after Nike and Under Armour. While much of it has to do with the fact that Underwood is the brand’s most influential model — she frequently shares photos of herself in her gear with her 9 million Instagram followers — Underwood and her co-lead designer, Alycia Scott, believe CALIA’s success primarily has to do with the clothing’s inclusive fit and style.
“Our fit works on so many different body shapes,” says Scott during a presentation of the latest collection in Aspen. “And if your clothes don’t fit and feel good, you’re not going to wear them.”
CALIA By Carrie Underwood
As she walks a room of influencers and editors through the pieces she helped design, Underwood stresses that CALIA was created for women who want to feel good during their workout while “keeping everything where its supposed to be.” You’ll find cropped tops, sure, but they won’t be “too cropped,” says Underwood. “We call it a meet and greet,” Scott says, smiling and describing it as a way to show off while still being functional to work out in.
I sat down with the singer, entrepreneur, and mom of two to discuss where she finds inspiration when designing pieces, how her fitness philosophy has changed since her 20s, and why she doesn’t believe in making New Year’s resolutions.
There are a lot of other athletic wear brands out there right now, but CALIA seems a bit more modest in certain ways. Why is that so important to you?
CU: We look at fashion and we look at the things that are fashion forward and we want to implement them into what we’re , but we want to do it in a way that takes you through your day. That’s kind of who we are and who we want to represent. We want you to look good and feel great, but we’re not into pushing too many envelopes. We’re for women who are just trying to “stay the path.”
Speaking of, how did you come up with CALIA’s slogan, “Stay the Path”?
CU: In the beginning, we talked about what our mantra is, what we’re about, and we basically came up with that because it’s wherever you are . It’s not telling you where you should be or what you need to do. It’s like, find what you want, your own personal goals, get on that path, and do your best to just keep moving toward your goals.
As a co-lead designer, do you get to test everything first?
And when you’re testing the products, what kind of fit are you looking for?
CU: I like things to stay in place — I don’t want to be hiking my pants up every five seconds. We try to stay up with technology and antimicrobial and wicking materials and things like that so they’ll be functional as well as fashionable.
CALIA By Carrie Underwood
Aside from fit, CALIA is known for its prints, designs, and colors. Where do you get your inspiration?
CU: We get together and have meetings quite often throughout the year and talk about what the trends are. We have people fly to various parts of the world — they’re going to different trade shows and they’re looking at different fabrics and they’re seeing where the trends are headed. I’ll bring in pictures every once in a while of a shirt my friend was wearing or something I saw in a magazine and I’m like, “Oh my gosh, I love this detail — how can we make this CALIA?”
Has your fitness philosophy changed since you were in your 20s?
CU: Definitely. When I was in my early 20s, before kids and before all this, I was working out to look good. Now that I have two kids, I want to work out because it makes me feel better throughout my whole day. If I can sneak in something small — even a 20-minute workout — I am a better wife, I am a better mother, I am a better friend. But also I look at my kids — I want to set a good example for them.
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I talk to Isaiah, who is almost 5, about healthy eating. I say, “No, we shouldn’t have all that candy right now — let’s have this instead, because it’s better for you and I want you to grow big and strong.” I want to be around for them for as long as possible — and not just in years, but in good years. I want to know my grandchildren, my great-grandchildren.
Is that why you follow a plant-based diet?
We’re in a new year and a new decade, and with that comes goals and resolutions. Do you make any for yourself? Are you a resolution type of person?
CU: I usually don’t — I take things as they come. I have no clue exactly what the next year or decade is going to hold. I just want to keep doing what I do and enjoy life and watch my babies grow. We’ll see what happens!
This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Since 2005, she won our hearts with her final performance on American Idol — which resulted in her winning the season — we have been Carrie Underwood fans. The country star followed that up with four certified-Platinum albums, 11 Grammy awards, and if you’re a football fan, you’ve definitely caught her singing the Sunday Night Football theme song. In 2010 she married hockey player Mike Fisher and decided to start a family. As if that wasn’t enough, she also wanted to create a fitness clothing line.
“For as long as I can remember, I’ve been passionate about fitness, and it’s been an important part of my lifestyle,” says Underwood. “But I was experiencing the challenge of finding fitness apparel that was versatile enough to wear outside of the gym, like to run errands and to wear to rehearsal, and knew other women must be having the same issues.”
And so the Oklahoma native decided to team up with Dick’s Sporting Goods to bring her vision to life and offer it to women around the country. Together, they created the activewear brand CALIA by Carrie Underwood.
“The overall inspiration for CALIA came from my desire to have clothes that fit my lifestyle and could take me through my entire day,” says Underwood. “We’re all about celebrating women who strive to ‘stay the path’ of leading a healthy, active lifestyle, because it’s not easy to do all that you need to in a given day and keep your fitness goals on track. So CALIA helps women transition through their journey of wellness!”
Flash forward to today, and Underwood has much to celebrate. Just last year she gave birth to her first child, Isaiah, and this also marks the year anniversary of CALIA, and boy how the line has taken off!
“The most amazing part has been seeing all of our fans on Instagram who show us how they rock CALIA,” says Underwood. “There are so many different ways to wear the looks and women are getting so creative with the way they mix and match.”
Despite her busy schedule, we had the chance to chat with the star about her favorite new pieces coming out. Here are her top picks that you need to buy now (and if you do, definitely Instagram how you wear them!).
Former WH cover star and fitness maven Carrie Underwood is launching her own brand of fitness apparel—and we can’t wait for it to hit the racks.
Called CALIA by Carrie Underwood, the line will be available exclusively at Dick’s Sporting Goods starting March 5 and features fashionable-yet-understated workout pieces that double as everyday wear. Bonus: The price tags are as comfortable as the stretchy pants.
“The inspiration for this line came from my desire to have clothes that seamlessly take me from workouts, to errands, to rehearsals, and beyond,” Carrie said in a press release. “As someone who is passionate about health and fitness, I’m excited to offer women a wardrobe that will move with them and encourage them to stay the path of leading an active lifestyle.”
We’ve all got a few months to wait before we can sweat it out in the stylish threads, but you can still start shopping some of Carrie’s looks now. Check out 10 awesome items from CALIA by Carrie Underwood, sent to us first!
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Printed Tight Fit Capri, $65
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Inner Power Seamless Double Strap Bra, $40
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Essential Fitness Jacket, $79
Calia by Carrie Underwood
Solid Jersey Tunic, $50
Calia by Carrie Underwood
Inner Power Balconette Bra, $55
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Essential Knit Short, $40
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Essential Tank, $30
Calia by Carrie Underwood
Double Braided Twist Headband, $15
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Effortless Cocoon Sweater, $79
CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Seamless Tank, $50
And check out a preview of the line in this fun video:
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