Post # 1
It’s that time of year, bees – the weather is turning crisp and we still need to get our workouts in! I am searching for comfy and cute warmup sweats (hoodies, sweatshirts and bottoms) to wear either on outdoor runs, or just to wear to and from the gym on those chilly mornings. $0-50 max is my price range… any ideas? 🙂
Post # 3
I would say Dick’s sporting goods has a lot of cute stuff, but it can get pretty pricey!
Post # 4
Try Marshall’s…they carry Nike, reebok, etc. and for way cheaper.
Post # 5
@mrs_pudding_pop: I usually will go to Target for that kind of stuff. I also have found some good stuff at Kohls.
Have you heard of ellie.com? They are a monthly subscription service but it is really easy to skip a month if you need to and you get two pieces for 49.95. I’ve gotten some really cute things from them and many have hidden pockets for keys or thumb holes in the sleeves for running.
Post # 6
@mrs_pudding_pop: Old Navy’s Active wear is AWESOME. It is ‘cheap’, yet durable, and really comfortable. I spruced up my winter wardrobe with long workout pants, rather than the capris, thermal type of shirts, etc. It is getting cooler here, and I have been wearing those in the evening, and am staying WARM!
Post # 7
Love all the suggestions! 🙂
We have an Old Navy literally right around the corner so I will be checking those out.
Post # 8
Kohl’s has a lot of cute stuff, actually.
ETA: Target’s been upping their game in workout gear, too.
Post # 9
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Old Navy or Forever 21 have cute, cheaper stuff.
Post # 10
@mrs_pudding_pop: I got a nice puma hoodie at Costco. Kohls has some good stuff too. I lie fila. Oh and the nike outlet!
Post # 11
For cheap, I check out Target & Old Navy. I’ll hit up Dick’s if I wanna splurge a bit or shop their sale racks (love, love, love Nike & Under Armour gear). I’m a lululemon addict though.. my wallet is not a big fan! 🙁
Post # 13
Gapfit! More expensive items hover between $50 and $60 but there’s always coupons. Right now there’s 40% off-
Post # 14
I second the target suggestion. My number one place to go for workout gear. Walmart carries the basics for cheap. That’s the only clothes that I pay at wally world is for working out.
Post # 15
@NovaRising: I love Target workout clothes. When I started getting into it hardcore 5 plus years ago all of my workout gear came from them.
Post # 16
@vorpalette: +1, Target has been getting some awesome stuff in! I just revamped my workout wardrobe the other day with target clothes, so many cute options!!!