5 Activewear Brands in Bangkok to Work Out in at Home and the Gym
Looking for activewear for your workouts? With these five brands in Bangkok, you don't have to choose between functionality and style again. You deserve both.
by: The Beat Asia
January 11, 2023
Known as the “gentlest and most tender” animal among the other 11 that make up the Chinese zodiac, rabbits are believed to embody comfort, peace, and introspection.
The Year of the Water Rabbit may offer a more serene and calm environment as more people tend to perceive a balanced life, Hong Kong-based Chinese and Western astrologer Jupiter Lai said in an interview with The Japan Times on Jan. 1.
There are various Chinese traditions that can help attract good fortune such as adding decorative touches to your home, decluttering, filling your wallet with money and coins, and the like. But for chic fashionistas who love to infuse style and good luck into one, here are some bunny-themed outfits and accessories you can get in Thailand to complete your “Year of the Rabbit”-inspired look.
Esther Bunny is an official licensee and distributor of cute bunny stuff in Thailand. As the year of the rabbit approaches, you may start your bunny-centred collection with Esther Bunny as it offers Instagrammable products.
Some of the items you can snag are a laptop pouch (starts at THB1,090), a multi-purpose pouch with stickers (THB295), a crossbody furry bag (THB695), a passport case that comes in pink and lavender (THB695), and an AirPods case (THB590), to name a few.
To view its complete bunny collection and other cute items, you may order online via Line or Shopee.. What’s more, Esther Bunny offers free shipping across the kingdom.
This retail store in Thailand is popular for its stylish shoes made with semi-transparent and jelly-like material decorated with various designs and colours. Its bunny-themed fashion buys such as Jellybunny’s romper suite with printed pattern (THB597), PVC-made sandals with T-shoe strap (THB297 discounted price), and fur bucket hat (THB890) will surely win the hearts of every stylish fashionista.
If you’re a sucker for cute bunny bugs, Jellybunny offers limited edition purses and small bags on sale until Jan. 8. This includes a magnetic flap shoulder bag (THB477), a wrist strap handbag (THB357), a heart-shaped shoulder bag (THB237), and a mini crossbody bag (THB207). To shop for more bunny-themed fashion items, visit Jellybunny’s website.
This clothing shop in Bangkok is a streetwear brand originally from Japan. It has various branches across Thailand, including in Siam Square Soi3, Siam Discovery, and Central World.
The bunny-centred shop was founded by rabbit-masked photographer FR2 in 2014, featuring a concept of “[p]erfect clothing for photographers.” Its products have explicit alluring and aesthetic designs, as well as humorous prints and pop-style texts.
For bunny-themed tees, the shop has FKing Rabbits Emoji T-shirt (THB2,400), XLARGE Icon Tee (THB3,000), Hand Bra T-shirt (THB3,000), and Fresh Cotton Tee crew neck (THB3,000). There are also trendy bunny-themed accessories available, including panel caps (THB1,900), carabiner hooks (THB1,450), caution tape (THB250), shoulder bags (THB5,800), and more. To know more about its best-selling items, click here.
Location: FR2 Bangkok, 258/6 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Pathumwan
LineCense is a clothing brand in Thailand that sells quality tees designed and made in Bangkok. Each item is created with original drawings that tell a story of comical characters and aim to make every people smile who will see it. The shop strongly believes “that artwork can deliver joy and emotional sincerity than its actually said.”
Some of the adorable collections that LineCense is offering include Thai edition, Japan-inspired designs, CNY, Cats, Sweet Addicts, and more. Each collection includes items like 3D masks, tote bags, designed shirts (couple, cute, and career), and customised tees.
This 2023, the shop introduces its Year of the Rabbit with Dragon tee (THB390-THB520) that comes in various sizes for both kids and adults. This special edition shirt comes in red and white.
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