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Sweat It Out In Style

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Sep. 8 2010, Updated 8:00 a.m. ET

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Long a leader in athletic sportswear, Under Armour has unveiled a new campaign geared towards women. The functional and fashionable collection has already garnered support from high-profile ladies ranging from professional athletes to celebrities.

Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn (who appears in the company’s ads), Hayden Panettiere, The HillsAudrina Patridge, Vampire DiariesNina Dobrev, Gossip GirlsJessica Szohr and Halle Berry are just a few fit and fabulous females who have been spotted rocking items from Under Armour Women.

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The UA Victory Burn Out Tee ($27.99) makes a perfect accompaniment to any workout. Equipped with the company’s innovative moisture-wicking technology, the shirt’s vintage look and feel is completely in line with the popular boyfriend T-shirt trend. So it will keep you cool as you exercise and will keep you looking cool afterwards as well. The comfy shirt looks great with a pair of skinny jeans too!

The Victory tank tops ($19.99 each) and Escape shorts ($29.99) are also perfect additions to any active wardrobe. Both items are available in eye-catching colors from hot pink to lime yellow.

Forget your sunscreen before your run? Not to worry, the tank top fabric is 30+ UPF!

Our favorite item: While the Burn Out Tee is a must-have, the Form Fitted Capri was the perfect fit. The pants lift and tighten those trouble spots while you work hard at working out. They make you feel like a fashionable femme fatale ready to kick some butt! Ready to get into the game? Check out more styles here.

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