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TikTok star Addison Rae has a busy summer schedule, but she isn’t letting it stop her from making time to hit the gym this season.
On Saturday, the 20-year-old star of the upcoming Netflix movie “He’s the Man” shared a quick selfie to her Instagram Stories.
Posing for a photo with an assortment of fitness equipment in the background, Rae looked ready for her workout in the $81 CAD/$64 USD Vapor High-Waist Gingham Short and matching $68 CAD /$54 USD Vapor Splendor Gingham Bra from celeb-favourite activewear brand Alo Yoga.
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Made from Alo Yoga’s ultra-sleek and breathable Vapor fabric, this workout set offers light-to-medium support for studio and street wear. It features four-way stretch and odour-resistant material, making it an ideal choice for even a sweaty workout.
The shorts are engineered to lift, sculpt, contour and smooth your figure — and shoppers have said that they “feel more supportive and provide more coverage than the same style in the Alosoft material.”
Others have added that they fit like a “second skin,” but can roll up while you’re wearing them. Since they’re designed for lower-impact activities, you’ll want to save these shorts for activities like yoga or pilates, rather than a hardcore weightlifting session or HIIT workout.
With their fun gingham print and bubblegum pink colour, these shorts are a must-have for summer style.
Rae has also been wearing plenty of the hot pink shade lately, including in a recent feature for Elle Magazine.
The “Obsessed” songstress spoke about her booming career, which includes music, acting and even a beauty line. Despite doubts about her transition from social media to movies and music, Rae is still determined to showcase her talent with her fans.
“When you get labelled as one thing, people like to keep you there,” she said. “I have to work that much harder to be taken seriously.”