I wear a lot of athletic wear, not because I work out regularly (because I clearly don’t), but more so because I love being comfy. I hate saying that out loud but it’s the truth. I am however currently trying to work on that a little so I figured it was a good time to start shopping for a few more athletic pieces (which of course I have to share with y’all).
Now I don’t have a ton athletic tops because they always end up being too tight so when I do work out I usually just wear a baggy t-shirt or sweatshirt (I know, glamorous right?!). I do however have a large drawer full of leggings and a room full of sneakers so if this list starts favoring those, you know why!
One top that I am currently obsessing over is this Adidas tank I picked up this past weekend while shopping in Charlotte. It is oversized like the t-shirts I prefer to work out in but is still super cute. So now I am debating if I should buy it in black now too! Spoiler Alert: I probably will, so let’s move on to the list of other items I have my eye on!
Tank | Leggings (similar) | Sneakers
3 thoughts on “Spring Workout Wear”
It’s very important to have the right clothing to exercise in. If you throw on an old T-shirt or sweats, it’s not inspiring for your workout.
There is nothing like the feeling of looking fantastic while you burn down those calories. It’s not only about the style, but the right motivation to perform comes from the feeling of confidence that certainly comes from looking good.
Also, the sportswear industry is seeing altogether a new high because the activewear sets are actually being worn by people even when they are going out for brunches or shopping. It is just so much more comfortable.