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Carrie Underwood's Budget Activewear Line Is Surprisingly Cute

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Singer Carrie Underwood, who got her start by winning the fourth season of American Idol is launching... an activewear line? This seemingly random product offering shouldn't be so surprising, though: Underwood joins Kate Hudson for Fabletics, Jillian Michaels for Kmart and Beyoncé for Topshop in the world of celeb-backed "competitively priced" activewear.

Called Calia, the line will be exclusive to Dick's Sporting Goods when it hits stores March 5th. We have an early look at the pieces below, which include cool, strappy sports bras, a black cocoon sweater, and a really pretty dark floral print.

· Calia [Official Site]
· Jillian Michaels Knows You're Paying Too Much for Workout Pants [Racked]
· Life Beyond Lululemon: 11 Activewear Brands to Know Now [Racked]