Dubbed “High Summer,” the new goods are an evolution of the initial line: cropped, body conscious and breezy workout wear in simple colors (white, grey, and blue are your options in this season’s gear). The new drop is a little more subtle on the Ivy Park branding, with perforated logos on some items instead of bold stamps, although there are plenty of pieces that shout to the world that you’re part of the Beyhive if that’s your thing, too.
You can pick up the pieces (and maybe get inspired to give Beyoncé’s enviable fitness ethic a go) at a bunch of stores, from Topshop to Nordstrom and Net-a-Porter. And as with the first release, the price points are all pretty reasonable for design-heavy workout clothes, with a tank at $26 and leggings for $40. Compared to some other brands, where a set of leggings will run you over $80, and it almost seems like bowing down to Queen Bey might actually be an unexpected win for your wallet.