"stylish" gym gear

(18 Posts)
theclick Tue 15-Mar-16 20:29:04

Don't judge me because I never spend money on gym gear (usually primark £3 leggings and t-shirt) but if really like to spend some more money on my gym clothes given I go quite a bit (usually 3 X week with a few runs and home work-outs at the weekend).

Has anyone seen anything similar to the attached for a good price? I actually don't mind some of the stuff primark are doing but my local one only has size 16-20s left.

I know I've been looking at too many pics of Millie mackintosh.

Kirriemuir Tue 15-Mar-16 20:32:36

I have been buying recently from asda. They have some nice bits in there.

Believeitornot Tue 15-Mar-16 20:33:28

Hennes?

bonzo77 Tue 15-Mar-16 20:33:29

H&m

PurpleDaisies Tue 15-Mar-16 20:34:47

These are similar to the pair on the right. Decathlon are really good for reasonably priced good quality stuff.

www.decathlon.co.uk/energy-fitness-leggings-id_8351865.html

PurpleDaisies Tue 15-Mar-16 20:35:16

I've got lots of bits from tk maxx and h and m.

sparechange Tue 15-Mar-16 20:37:59

Gap do great stuff, but also have a look at a website called Start Fitness
They have some great stuff in their sale section
I bought these a few weeks ago - 2 pairs for £15
www.startfitness.co.uk/sale/ladies-clothing/more-mile-heather-ladies-fitness-pants-mm1978.html and they look a lot more expensive!

theclick Tue 15-Mar-16 20:41:14

Two people mentioned H&M to me today! Maybe I should check it out!

And thank you for the link which I'll also look at!

PurpleDaisies Tue 15-Mar-16 20:45:57

Definitely look at h and m. I've got
these in both colours...
m2.hm.com/m/en_gb/productpage.0333568001.html

They stay up during running and also pass the opaque during downward dog test. There's 25% off the h and m website at the moment too.

Runningupthathill82 Tue 15-Mar-16 20:46:53

Decathlon, very time. I have some capris from there that are almost identical to the ones in your right photo, and they were around £8.
Unlike supermarket and high street stuff (in my experience), Decathlon gear is actually good for serious exercise too.

RaisingSteam Tue 15-Mar-16 22:02:27

I got a complete outfit including stripy leggings from TK max in January all in nice colours that match and it has been a massive motivator for doing exercise <shallow> They normally have a good fitness rail. Otherwise agree re Decathlon.

Naicecuppatea Tue 15-Mar-16 22:17:54

I am sure I can see a bum cleavage in one of these Decathlon pics - weird! It has put me off them now.

www.decathlon.co.uk/energy-fitness-leggings-id_8351865.html

Naicecuppatea Tue 15-Mar-16 22:22:32

Sorry, looked again and it is a belly button cleavage blush.

Helgathehairy Tue 15-Mar-16 22:23:26

Naice I think it's a tummy button! Although it took a bit of looking at it. Some of the other poses are a bit odd too.

PurpleDaisies Tue 15-Mar-16 22:26:01

I have those-there's no bum cleavage! They look nice on.

EmpressTomatoKetchup Tue 15-Mar-16 22:31:16

Matalan? http://www.matalan.co.uk/womens/shop-by-category/sportswear

Pinkponiesrock Tue 15-Mar-16 22:39:40

Matalan activewear is really really good. I'm a gym wear addict and it's my favorite, I prefer it over my gore, north face, Ted baker, Nike stuff. H&M do funky stuff but I find them too short in mid section so the leggings creep down. I lilt them for gym work but not running. TK Maxx often have random bits in, some great, some totally crap!

anotherusernameugh Thu 17-Mar-16 21:02:55

I really like these too - has anyone seen them in store? They're not in my local one hmm

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