I am aware that it makes no sense, but i feel like purchasing new work-out clothing is just as good for you as actually working out. . . if i have something that i feel confident running around in, or doing insanely awkward yoga poses in, i'm much more likely to get out there and work up a sweat. . . am i insane?
Hope Watson: 'Sport Luxe' photographed by ZanitaHope Watson: 'Sport Luxe' photographed by ZanitaHope Watson: 'Sport Luxe' photographed by Zanita
ohhhhhh, so that's what those AA riding pants were intended to look like on. . . hahahahaha


Anonymous Jenny said...

What you wear to work out definitely makes a difference in how hard you work. If you are feeling more confident in yourself, I think you won't be as afraid to break a sweat. Also, if you have really cute workout clothes, it will motivate you to use them! I bought my friend Old Navy yoga pants, and she couldn't wait to use them!

<3 Jenny

June 11, 2010 at 2:50 PM  
Blogger DON'T FORGET THE 'Y' said...

HA! That's ME! I aaaalways have to carry people's shit cause I have the largest bag. My boyfriend knows better than to criticize...he's always like "don't forget your jacket" or "you're gonna be cold, put more on" cause he doesn't want a shaking, blue-lipped girlfriend in public.

my gym clothes are always the rags from bygone years and bygone styles, so i always look ridiculous, not to mention dated, when working out.

June 11, 2010 at 2:52 PM  
Blogger Chloe Michele said...

Hahaha, I still wear my highschool P.E outfit from when I was twelve to exercise.

But that's not often.


June 11, 2010 at 8:03 PM  
Blogger Nia said...

are you kidding me? i LOOVE buying workout clothes and i agree with jenny, it definitely makes a difference in your workout! in fact, there's a tie-dye number i saw at loehman's that i've been meaning to pick up.

June 11, 2010 at 8:37 PM  
Blogger Laura MW said...

I just made a post on new workout clothing, because I have exactly the same philosophy. Well - if theres any excuse to shop this is it!


June 19, 2010 at 4:31 PM  

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