One of the most important things to consider when you’re into fitness is what you’re wearing. And we’re not just talking about looking cute (although that’s definitely a plus!). Whether you’re a runner, walker, Cross Fit-er, or gym class regular, you want clothes that not only fit well, but that are also: A. comfy B. breathable C. durable and most of all, D. affordable.
As a runner myself, I need clothes that are light weight and breathable, and some that are preferably attractive as well. A girl’s gotta look good even while exercising, right? Wear my husband’s old gym tee? Not for this girl! And just because you choose to throw on some pink or “girly” gear for your workout it doesn’t mean you won’t be a beast out on the playing field.
Macy’s activewear for women has a lot of great options for the active woman who wants comfort, durability, and style. From dri-fit tops to yoga pants to sports bras, and featuring brands like Nike, The North Face, Ideology, Puma and more, you’ll definitely find just what you need in active wear.
I recently received this Ideology long-sleeve V-neck active top, which I absolutely love for running. It’s lightweight, so it doesn’t bulk me down when I run, and it’s also form-fitting but not uncomfortably tight. It even has small thumb holes so the sleeve covers some of your hands, keeping them nice and toasty.
I also love this Ideology long-sleeve animal print track jacket. This jacket is a bit heavier than the long sleeved tee, but it’s perfect for those colder early morning runs or walks, or for a stylish add on when going to and from the gym. It also is form-fitting and flattering, has the thumb holes, and had roomy pockets for stashing keys and even your phone. It definitely keeps the heat in on colder days.
Macy’s has always been a favorite place of mine to shop for shoes, accessories, handbags-and now active wear. Who knew they could get even better?
*Macy’s Activewear items mentioned in this post were provided to blogger at no cost by GigaSavvy for review. No compensation received for this post. All opinions expressed above solely that of author. Images credited to Mom Time, may not be used in any way*