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Megan Thee Stallion's Nike Collab Makes It Easy to Work Out Like a 'Hot Girl'

Anyone who has seen Megan Thee Stallion‘s Instagram has also probably enjoyed her hilarious and relatable workout vlogs. It’s only right — and about time — that the music star released workout gear: “Hot Girl Systems,” her new line with Nike, is finally here.

The drop features a range of apparel like Nike Pro shorts, sports bras, cropped tees and more; sizes range from XS to 3X, and prices sit between $40 for a top and $210 for shoes. Yes, there’s also footwear — Megan’s take on the classic Air Max 97 sneaker — which is customizable via the Nike By You program. All items are available on her website starting Thursday (her birthday). The drop will be available on Nike’s website, in-store and at select retailers Feb. 20.

The apparel has a Y2K tinge, from lava prints and reflective materials to 2000s-esque silhouettes, as well as Meg signatures like hottie flames.

“Y’all be like, ‘Megan, where’d you get that set from? Megan, when is the Nike collab dropping?’ It’s here!” she teased in her announcement video. She said she made the pieces to motivate whoever wears them, adding, “I like to look in the mirror and think, ‘damn that waist is looking snatched.'”

A second part of this collaboration coming soon. Megan, who was previously featured on the Nike Training Club as the “Hottie Coach,” will rollout two new workouts and some in-person experiences early March. (The Fashionista team is crossing all fingers for something with the Houston hottie in New York City.) 

Keep scrolling to see every look from the campaign.

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

Photo: Courtesy of Nike

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