- 7 years ago
- Wedding: November 1999
@FLBlonde93: I really really like the Old Navy yoga pants section. They fit me so well and look as great as the expensive brands.
These are the ones I have, they’re very good quality and comfy as the dickens. http://oldnavy.gap.com/browse/product.do?vid=1&pid=810759222
Okay so I had a race this past weekend where it was rainy and wore my first pair of UA compression tights. LOVE them! UA has defintely been added to my mix of must buy brands.
Also, I purchased the Zella ‘Cozy’ Striated Half Zip Hoodie in blue and I also love the quality. However, the fit absolutely runs small. I got an XL and fit like a loose medium IMO. But I will be purchasing Zella again in the future (sale only, I can’t do them at full price).
I have at least 18 pairs of lulu. I used to teach fitness classes and work in recreation/activation. We had to wear fitness apparel and lulu lasted the best. (I still wear my original pairs.. they’re going on 10 years old.) It helped that I got the R&D discount for being an instructor and giving feedback.
They are still my favourite (and they make a long run).
I also have a few UA, Nike, Gap Body capris. None of them make a long pant long enough, so I’m stuck with capris. I like the gap body the best, actually. Then the nike. Then my UA pairs. I like tight, fitted through the knee capris.
I have far more lulu than anything else, capris, pants, not-for-working out pants (the studio pants), hoodies, racerback tanks (my favourite shirt to work out in), to and from jackets… The only thing I don’t like at lulu are the bras.
I try not to spend a ton on workout clothes as it’s the healthy diet and exercise part of the equation that is more important to me. Also, I workout from home 3-5 times a week so no need for expensive outfits that no one will see.
I love aeropostale’s yoga pants they are seriously the most comfy things everrrr! And i buy all mine on sale for $5-$10 during their huge sales. I did buy Victoria’s Secret yogas for awhile but they all fade super bad and really aren’t that comfy.
Lululemon. If I’m in the UK, I’ll get some from Sweaty Betty.
Right now I workout 6 times a week. I have4 pairs of yoga pants. 2 – old navy 1-nike and 1- target.
They are fine for my purposes. I know that lululemon is supposed to change my life, but i’m not read for the lifestyle decision of spending $150 on workout clothes. I love working out but I do not look “cute” working out. I workout HARD and I look like a beast while doing it. Cute yoga pants that make my booty look cute aren’t going to detract from my bright red face, messy pony tail, and general sweaty-ness.
ETA: also I heard they might not fit me. I am a size 10 in pants, and I heard lululemon doesn’t go above size 12 and their size 12 is more like a size 8 for a “regular person”.
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