Varley is one of those exquisite brands that makes your eyes pop out of your head and jaw drop like a Looney Toons cartoon. And then you fall in love. And then you want to be a Varley girl. Forever and ever, amen.
This brand has fitness and activewear SO HOT that you want to become a fitness fanatic / dancer / crossfit babe / Olympian just so you can wear Varley all the time. Yes, that sounds utterly crazy as a life motivation and I’m quite aware of that, but the fact is that’s how Varley makes me – and a lot of other women – feel. (And I’m pretty sure the guys don’t mind their women feeling that way!)
The very sight of the clothing is motivating; it’s just so beautiful.
There’s just something about the sultry lines and carefree power of the prints and cuts that echoes the Amazonian spirit of the warrior women who wear Varley. You can’t get away with shrinking into the wallpaper wearing a head-to-toe desert python bra and leggings set; nor would any of Varley’s women want to.
Varley has that special something that actually makes you want to get up and yell, dance, join a Spartan race, have fun and not care about how you look while you’re kicking life’s ass with a grin – because you know Varley’s got your back and is making your bootay look amaaaaazing.
And you know your bootay looks amazing in Varley.
The designer is either a genius or has channeled his creative OCD into becoming a Michelangelo of fashion fabrics, because the creamy soft sturdy texture of every Varley item combined with the hypnotizing print choices is exquisite enough to become addictive.
Thoughts like ‘can I wear this all day?’, ‘I’ll just wear this out to lunch’ and ‘would my boss notice that this is not a work outfit’ launch dangerously through your mind once Varley has touched your skin.
It’s an obsessive addiction and I don’t care, I want more.
Sitting on the couch doesn’t seem appealing any more, nor does anything other than getting fit enough to look AMAZING in Varley. Okay, so maybe that’s a rather superficial motivation but in this day and age of flamboyant fatness cause by ass-numbing tech grinding, anything that makes us want to walk or prance or move or get strong is welcome.
I want to sweat until I am exhausted and then look up and realise I still look incredible, totally rocking my outfit.
Made for the fitties and petites amongst us, the largest size is L and can stretch to fit UK14 bazoobahs snugly, though I’d recommend ladies over D-cup avoid the plunging mesh V tops unless your girls are very well behaved.
With stockists around the world and purchasing available online, it’s easy to get Varley to your doorstep within a few days of ordering – shipping from the Varley website is super speedy and customer service (if you should have questions) is absolutely delightful.
Ding dong, it’s VARLEY! International shipping – globally.
The only downside of Varley is the frequency of the changing patterns, because each new season there is so much more gobsmacking beauty to own that it becomes compulsory to regularly check and buy your favourite pieces before they’re snapped up by greedy Varleygals and out of stock. (I see you pointing the finger at me.)
But on the upside that does mean that there’s a fresh and fabulous new seasonal vibe for all the women out there who like the variety Varley has to offer, with every rotation featuring animal and pattern prints alternating from pales to vivid with a boldly muted restraint overlaying the curation of the collections.
My only warning is this – once you’ve gone Varley you may be gone for good. But hey, if like me you’re inspired by the very sight of a Varley bra to cut the cake and do an extra hour of pilates a day, then that’s a pretty incredible example of the positive lifestyle impact a fashion brand can have.
Thanks to references from HypeBae
Varley Website : https://www.varley.com/
Varley on ASOS : Varley + ASOS