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I need a [whispers] 'track suit' ...

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EcoLady Mon 01-Aug-11 02:01:59

I start teacher training (Primary) in Sept. I must have a 'track suit' for PE, i.e. be ready for "Yes, I know it's raining but we're going outside anyway ..."

I'm a curvy size 14 and over 40. I'm sorted for proper trainers & sports bra but struggling to find something suitably sporty but sensible, without looking like a hippo or mutton dressed as chav!

All practical suggestions very welcome please.

CardiCorgi Mon 01-Aug-11 07:56:11

Does it need to be a track suit or would something like jazz-pants and a hoody do? That would be a lot more flattering and as long as the legs of the jazz-pants aren't too long (or they will pick up mud), it should be just as practical.

CardiCorgi Mon 01-Aug-11 07:59:35

Something like these? not the white ones, but one of the darker colours, add a brighter long sleeved top and a coordinating jacket/hoody/sweatshirt.

ameliameerkat Mon 01-Aug-11 08:53:10

I like the sporty stuff at H&M. And I agree with Cardi, I'd go for yoga type trousers and a (non-matching) zip up top/hoody.

talkingnonsense Mon 01-Aug-11 08:55:27

Tk Maxx often has good name sportswear pretty cheap. Second the advice to buy nice track pants/ joggers/ yoga pants and then get a nice sweatshirt. Joules and Boden very primary friendly and wash v well. Don't think you'll need a sports bra unless you have amazing norks! You will probably find you don't take it off- unless you are in y6 primary teachers spend a lot of time on the floor, climbing on desks, etc!

Dogsby Mon 01-Aug-11 09:23:24

just some track pants fgs not the hardest thing in the world to find

geraldinetheluckygoat Mon 01-Aug-11 09:50:04

tkmaxx does have nice ones. Get yoga pants as others have said, then just a nice t shirt and hoody!

EcoLady Mon 01-Aug-11 19:34:10

Thank you all for the suggestions - genuinely appreciated.

Yoga pants & hoody it is smile

... and yes, I will wear a sports bra as I'm a 32H and anything more lively than stretches is just too painful!

geraldinetheluckygoat Mon 01-Aug-11 23:45:37

good plan, and good luck with the teacher training too! smile

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