For many of us, business casual has been replaced with loungewear once again as we continue to work from home. Supporting Irish is more important than ever, so here is a list of a few Irish-owned companies for all your active and loungewear needs. Whether you’re on the go, working remotely or trying to squeeze in that home workout, check out these Irish brands online for some inspiration!

FitPink Fitness

FitPink Fitness pride themselves in providing functional, yet flattering active wear pieces. FitPink Fitness launched their first collection in 2019 and are based in Donegal. All items are sweat-proof, moisture-wicking and dry fast which means they will be perfect for a quick walk on your lunch break. Their leggings are squat proof, have pockets for your phone or keys and cater for sizes 6-18. FitPink Fitness also stocks a wide variety of hoodies, jackets tops and shorts.

Powercut Clothing

Launched in 2019, Powercut Clothing’s aim was to create and provide high-quality athleisure wear for women and the business has been expanding ever since. While their website mainly carries women’s clothing, they also have a selection of unisex hoodies and half zips. Renowned for its quality and durability, Powercut Clothing stock a wide range of colourful active wear suitable for every activity.

Get That Trend

Get that stylish yet comfortable look with these loungewear pieces available from Get That Trend. Based in Donegal, Get That Trend carries outfits for any occasion. However, as many of us will be stuck inside for the next few weeks, something might catch your eye in their extensive loungewear and athleisure sections. Get That Trend has a wide selection joggers, sweatshirts, leggings to keep you cosy and fashionable while working from home.


Gym+Coffee started out with three people who wanted to combine their passions in life – physical activity with social activity, such as having a cup of coffee and a chat. Finding balance is important to the founders and since their launch in 2017, the company has grown significantly with shops in Kildare, Limerick, Cork, Dublin and London as well as an online business. Gym+Coffee stocks many styles of athleisure and active wear pieces – another perfect reason for getting out and about.


I-Spy was launched by a mother and daughter duo from Clare in 2014. Yoga teacher Paulette Egan wanted to launch her own clothing range and extend the clothing options that were available on the market at the time. Whether you need active wear for an intense gym session, an online yoga class or a walk in the fresh air, I-Spy has got you covered.

Trendy & Bendy

Based in Wicklow, Trendy & Bendy’s mission is to make women feel and look good in their active wear. Suitable for working out, life on the go or relaxing at home, all clothing is made with premium sustainable fabrics. This Irish business produces figure-enhancing pieces and carry leggings, tops, jackets and hoodies.


There is evidentially a niche in the market for size inclusive active wear. However, Irish brand PeachyLean are hoping to fill that gap in providing a selection of colourful, comfortable leggings and sports bras for all body types. Stocking sizes from XS to XXXL, PeachyLean’s mission is to empower women, build confidence and promote positive body image. After losing five stone and overcoming post-natal depression, founder of PeachyLean, Sharon Keegan, wanted to support others in similar situations to rebuild self-esteem and change the stereotype of a fit, healthy body.

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