Looking and feeling your best in workout clothes is a proven way to motivate yourself. Want to find the best affordable activewear clothes for your style and budget?
Do you view working out as important and strive to fit a sweat in at some point in your day or week? Well, researchers have proven that external motivators such as finding workout buddies and blasting good music could help you push harder in order to achieve your goals faster. One element that can really help you lift those extra 10 lbs or run the extra mile are workout clothes you feel good in. So before your next gym session, make sure to deck yourself out in the hottest apparel.
There is nothing better than showing up to the gym looking and feeling your best. It may sound silly but feeling good can really motivate you to push yourself. But one struggle many gym rats face is that workout clothes tend to be expensive, and unlike a good pair of jeans, you need more than one pair.
If you’re looking to elevate your gym clothes wardrobe to wow your gym buddies on a budget, make a visit to your local Old Navy, Target, or Gap. And if you don’t have time, don’t fret, as all of the stores have fantastic online stores.
Old Navy has its own line dedicated to workout clothes called Old Navy Active. Within the line, you can search by categories like “Activewear by Style,” “Activewear Tops,” and “Activewear Bottoms”. It also has categories like “Jackets and Hoodies,” and “Sports Bras” for women. Old Navy Active has 2 types of clothes, one type for working out, and another for chilling out. Its workout and high-sweat clothes are made from compression fabric that’s meant to support your form throughout your workouts, and Go-Dry tech that wicks away sweat. Its “chill-out” clothes are made from a breathable soft-cotton blend to keep you comfortable for hours on end. Old Navy’s workout leggings range from $15 to $30, it offers 20% off of your first order, and has frequent promotions.
Target also offers clothes of comparable quality, look, and price to that of Old Navy. Its two main activewear brands are C9 Champion and the newest, Joy Lab. C9 Champion offers quality running gear made out of reflective and breathable fabrics, while Joy Lab offers both workout clothes and comfortable hanging out clothes. Target has incredibly competitive pricing, an excellent return policy and customer support, and offers free 2-day shipping on eligible items with orders over $35. Both Old Navy and Target’s workout lines are not only good quality, but affordable.
Forever 21 is known for its trendy clothes, and they don’t fall short when it comes to their workout clothes. Think of leggings with mesh, netting, and cutaways for girls, and funky tank tops and track pants for guys.
Kohl’s also has a similar style, except their clothes generally appeal to a younger crowd. Both Forever 21 and Kohl’s offer clothes for extremely low prices of $15 for women’s shirts and $20 for men’s track pants.
If you’re a trendy shopper and like the style of Forever 21’s clothes but prefer to stick to higher end brands that will last, you won’t be let down by Nordstrom Rack.
Nordstrom Rack sells all of the best brands that Nordstrom does, just at half the price. Since Nordstrom Rack is a second market store, meaning it sells the clothes that don’t get sold at Nordstrom, it offers great discounts on all of its clothes. People that work out particularly like the line Zella, which sells clothes for men, women, and children. It markets its clothes as being top quality, and designed with ultimate comfort, innovation, and peak performance technology to enhance your workouts. Zella isn’t the cheapest, with its women’s leggings costing $50 on average and men’s pants costing around $80.