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Marks & Spencer just dropped a stunning new activewear range

Perfect for fitness or relaxing

Sophie Hamilton

We all love Marks & Spencers’ fashion collections, and now the brand is expanding with a new activewear drop that’s perfect if you’ve promised you’ll get back to the gym in 2020… or if you just want some new comfortable clothes! The Goodmove Collection features everything from leggings and sports bras to trainers, t-shirts and accessories - all with the classic flattering fit and great quality we’ve come to expect from M&S.

Here’s our favourites from the range…

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Goodmove jacket, £45, M&S

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The collection comes in sizes 6- 24, with prices starting from £12 for a sports bra and up to £149 for a padded coat. A T-shirt is £12.50, a sweatshirt is £25 and leggings range from £25 to £45.

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Goodmove T-shirt, £12.50, M&S

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The range features five new legging styles: Go Easy, Go Move, Go Train, Go Seamless and Go Perform, which are intended for use across a range of activities, from low to extra high-intensity workouts. The designs have 'body mapped compression technology' and 'targeted support to enhance movement and muscle recovery'.

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Goodmove leggings, £25, M&S

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There's also an updated version of the store's bestselling sports bra, which first launched in 2015 and was developed in collaboration with scientists at the Asahi Research centre in Japan. The Extra High Impact sports bra gives maximum support during high-intensity exercise. The bras come in three colourways from size 32C to 42F.

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Goodmove medium impact sports bra, £15, M&S

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M&S has launched an eco-friendly trainer too, made using sustainably sourced Tencel and featuring natural antibacterial properties and biodegradable uppers.

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Goodmove trainer, £49.50, M&S

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It's fine to do our January shopping spree now, right?