Get quidditch-ready with Black Milk’s Harry Potter activewear

Stephanie Panecasio 15 December 2017 NEWS

We know where and when you can get your hands on activewear threads in your Hogwarts house colours.

Whether you're a sports-mad Gryffindor or a yoga-loving Hufflepuff, working out has never been quite so magical. Black Milk is known for its Warner Bros. collaborations, but this Harry Potter workout collection may just be our favourite yet. After all, we're keen to showcase our house colours in real life.

So basically, ten points to Black Milk!

The collection includes four pieces for each house that are guaranteed to get everyone out onto the quidditch pitch. From leggings (with pockets!) and singlets to dresses and sweaters, the collection has something for everyone – all emblazoned with the house crest, of course.

Where to buy them in Australia

Considering JK Rowling hasn't specified a school for witchcraft and wizardry here in Australia, we're still claiming Hogwarts as our own. If you want to get your hands on the collection (and let's be real, who wouldn't want to?), you can purchase them directly from the Black Milk website on the 19 December at 7am SHARP.

This collection is bound to be popular, so you're going to want to set your alarms for this one. Don't wind up like Neville, clutching a bright red Remembrall having forgotten when they'll go on sale.

See below for more images!




Gryffindor 1


Ravenclaw 1


Slytherin 1

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