Carrie Underwood Celebrates 6 Years Of Her Fitness Brand CALIA

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Carrie Underwood has reason to celebrate this week, as her fitness clothing brand CALIA turns six years old. Carrie marked the anniversary on her Instagram account.


The American Idol winner started the line of athletic apparel in 2015. Check out Carrie’s post about the milestone below, and read on to learn more about her brand.

Carrie Underwood Celebrates CALIA’s Sixth Anniversary

Carrie posted a video flipping through various photos from the past six years in which she’s wearing clothes from her brand CALIA. The shots include her getting off a tour bus, working out, and soaking up the sun on a boat.

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“Whether on the road, on a boat, at a show, at the gym, playing outside, or traveling the world, @caliabycarrie’s got you,” Carrie wrote in the caption. “It’s been with me for 6 years and I cannot wait for you all to see what is next!”

Carrie’s line CALIA features leggings, hoodies, shorts, and swimwear. You can shop some of Carrie’s favorite pieces and even complete looks on the website. The line also includes plus sizes, up to 3X.

Carrie Wanted The Brand To Be Inclusive

Carrie told People in 2019 that several fans have told her the CALIA line inspired them to eat better and get to the gym. She said she loved to see people “taking ownership over their health and feeling better about themselves.”


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The singer shared how important it was to her that the line include a wide range of sizes. “We’re not all size zeros,” Carrie explained. “We’re different shapes, sizes, ages. It’s important to encourage people and be a part of people’s journeys, no matter where they are in those journeys.”

Carrie reportedly named her brand CALIA as a reference to the Greek word kallos, meaning “beautiful,” as well as the calla lily flower. She created the line with Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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