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6 Activewear Brands that Won’t Break the Bank

March 1, 2017

I do yoga almost everyday and hike a ton! Working out in clothes that make me feel good makes it a little easier. I do enjoy my Lululemon activewear but I also love other brands/stores. I am going to let you in on my littler secret of my top 6 favorite brands and stores that are a little more affordable and are just as good.

  1. Calia by Carrie

I have to admit, I may like the Calia brand more than Lululemon. The material they use makes me feel good while working out. I LOVE how it makes my body look too! A little shopping tip is to browse the sale rack. I usually pay about $40 for leggings which is a steal compared to what I pay for my Lululemon leggings. Yikes!

How cute is this top from Calia by Carrie?!

2.Forever 21

I buy a ton of my workout clothes at Forever 21. Their leggings are around $20 and sports bras are around $12. I love all the fun patterns and different styles they have. They definitely keep up with activewear trends. I was there this past weekend and found a sports bra on sale for $2.50! I seriously thought the gal rang it up wrong.

This sports bra and top are from Forever21. Perfect summer shirt!

3.Nordstrom Rack

Yes, the Rack has a HUGE selection of activewear. I never think to shop there for activewear but whenever I go I almost always wonder into this department. They have really great brands like Nike, Zella, and Adidas. The prices canโ€™t be beat either.

4.Target

As if I need another thing to add to my cart while at Target. But I promise their workout clothes are a must and totally affordable!

5.Zella

Zella is more on the pricier side but the quality of their clothes is amazing! It is similar to Lululemon but can be found at Nordstrom Rack on sale.

6.ASOS

I buy A LOT of my clothes from ASOS. They have the best deals and such cute clothes. I love their pattern leggings. Also if you are a student you can get a 10% off discount code. Thanks ASOS!

You can shop my favorite activewear looks on the sidebar where is says “shop the feed”

Some photos were taken by Jerusha Tru and HMU by Elizabeth Canzonetti

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