Confession time: One of our favorite parts of going to the gym is picking out the perfect outfit. When it comes to workout clothes, you want clothing that flatters your figure, moves without pinching and makes you feel stylish and pulled together after dragging yourself out of bed. Colorful, comfy and super chic, these 17 fitness brands are sure to have you looking forward to your next workout.


1. Fabletics: Kate Hudson wanted a pair of affordable leggings that you could wear to work out or throw some boots on and go out in. With this collection of shorts, sports bras and leggings (all under $100), this longtime fitness fanatic is hoping to inspire healthy living around the world, one sexy outfit at a time.


2. Topshop and Beyonc茅: Beyonc茅 is launching an activewear label with Topshop, which will include clothing, footwear and accessories across all fitness categories. While her athletic streetwear brand isn鈥檛 named yet, you can be sure we鈥檒l be first in line when it comes out in 2015.


3. Lol: Whether you鈥檙e a runner, cyclist, barre enthusiast or yogi, Lol毛 has the perfect outfit for you. A Canadian-based women鈥檚 wear company specializing in modern, stylish and casual style, their clothes are designed with active and passionate women in mind, aka women who Live Out Loud Everyday (LOLE, get it?).


4. Alo: Once you slip into anything by Alo, you鈥檙e not gonna want to take it off. The soft fabrics are made with yoga practice in mind, and we love that the company exercises eco-friendly practices with lines made from environmentally-friendly materials.


5. Body Language Sportswear: If you鈥檙e looking for some crazy galaxy leggings to inspire you to greatness, these guys have you covered. They鈥檝e also got some beautiful basics to complement those crazy patterned pieces.


6. Lorna Jane: Hailing from Australia, Lorna Jane aims to offer sporty, sexy and stylish designs for every woman. Their world famous Core Stability range has hidden power-mesh panels in the thigh and stomach areas to streamline your silhouette and add hidden pockets.


7. Zobha: Whether you鈥檙e heading to Pilates or yoga or hitting up a high-intensity class, Zobha has great options for your workout needs. The material is tight in all the right places, so there鈥檚 no riding up or sneaky bits falling out.


8. Solow: Soft and comfortable, you can wear these clothes all week long and they鈥檒l never stretch out on you. Their clothes are so versatile, we bet you鈥檒l be wearing them even when you鈥檙e not at the gym.


9. Moving Comfort: Their mission statement is simple: 鈥渁dd a lift to every woman鈥檚 workout.鈥 We鈥檙e all about that lift.


10. Oiselle: Runners, this one is for you. No matter how many miles you鈥檙e racing, your clothes will continue to look as stylish as the first time you slipped them on.


11. Onzie: Perfect for that hot yoga class you鈥檝e been wanting to try, Onzie yoga wear promises to keep awkward sweat patches to a minimum with their moisture-wicking fabrics.


12. MPG: You鈥檒l end up feeling so great in all of MPG鈥檚 clothing that you鈥檒l actually want to work out, no questions asked.


13. Calia: Carrie Underwood may not be the first person you think of when you picture fitness, but her stylish fitness line is full of pretty pieces we need in our wardrobe asap. And by that, we mean March 5, when the line is released.


14. Sweaty Betty: Whatever your fitness goals are, Sweaty Betty has tons of specialty gear for every sport, from triathlons to studio yoga and everything in between.


15. Lucy: Designed by women who were tired of boring styles that copied men鈥檚 fitness apparel, Lucy is full of high-performance gear created specifically with women鈥檚 needs in mind.


16. NUX: Celebs like Katie Holmes and Kim Kardashian have been snapped wearing this stylish line of fitness wear. Many designs are seamless, so say goodbye to camel toe and extra love handles.


17. Lycra Activewear: True to their California roots, these collections are super colorful and laden with lots of little sexy details, like keyhole backs and racer back tanks.

What do you look for in workout clothes? Comfort or color? Talk to us in the comments below!