Rachel Yeomans for Second City Style Magazine
For years my workout attire has included one pair of stretched-out
yoga pants from college, tank tops that just don’t have the same fit to
be seen in public, two pairs of oversized gym shorts (again, from
college), one hoodie, and a pair of Asics sneakers. Based on this sad overview, I realize that my workout wardrobe needs a serious makeover.
But I admit, I’m not that finicky about my appearance while heaving on
the treadmill or pushing out those 100’s during Pilates. With that
said, I don’t want to spend a great deal of money on clothing made for
voluntary torture, but instead for social and business attire to
accentuate the goddess-like body I work to achieve.
A good friend of mine, however, made me a bit more flexible with my
workout wardrobe budget. A workout maven herself, she said that really good workout gear lasts forever, almost never stretches out or loses quality, and in the end saves you money. “Also,” she pointed out, “your butt just never looks as good unless it’s in Lululemon.” Read more here…