Is adidas x Ivy Park’s Flex Park Size Inclusive?

Is Beyoncé's new collection fit for all?
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It’s always disheartening to find that an item you saw on your feed and instantly wanted to buy doesn’t come in your size. So, of course, after seeing teasers for Ivy Park’s Flex Park and falling in love with the orange swimwear and beach cover-ups, I wanted to know if the collection is size-inclusive.

Flex Park —  which consists of swimwear, matching shirts and shorts, beach cover-ups, and accessories — is said to be inspired by muscle beach culture or the peak of fitness culture in America. Is it fit for all?

The teaser for the collection, which features body-positive influencer Tabria Majors and entrepreneur Kristen Noel Crawley, seems to be hinting at varied sizing, so I investigated further.

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adidas x IVY PARK flex park collection
adidas x IVY PARK

Is Ivy Park’s Flex Park size inclusive?

According to adidas, Beyoncé’s new drop will come in sizes XS to 4X and cater for all genders.

The adidas website breaks down the fits for you, explaining which size to go for depending on whether you want a regular, tight or oversized fit, offering advice for all genders. Make the collection work for you by choosing to size up or down.

However despite the fact the collection is size inclusive, the brand came under fire for failing to include men of varied sizes in their new campaign. Savage x Fenty, Rihanna’s lingerie label, paved the way for men’s size representation and now many are calling for this to continue.

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is adidas x ivy park's flex park size-inclusive?
adidas x IVY PARK

When will Ivy Park’s Flex Park go on sale?

If this information made you 100% sure about buying the collection when it goes live, I’m right there with you. 

There’s only a few hours to go before the collection drops, so it’s time to consider which pieces to get from the range, which offers items ranging from $45 to $120. I’m already pencilling 22 July in for the online release and bookmarking adidas.com now.

If you want to see the pieces before you buy them though, you may choose to shop in person at adidas outlets and select retailers. The collection will be made available worldwide, though adidas has not shared details on where exactly they’ll be sold. Make sure to check back here so I can update you on it as soon as I find out all the info.

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