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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I recently bought my second pair - ever. I'm so converted.
    I can arrange an intervention.

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    I do, but only sometimes. I wear them more around the house, if i'm cleaning or to put shorts/tights to put on after i get home and want my work pants off. I dont set out planning to wear them as my outfit if i know i'm heading out for the day though (unless its just grocery shopping)

    ETA: I do workout, do boxing and play sport so that is why i own them to begin with. The Lorna Jane cargo pants are about the comfiest pants ever invented so I'll wear them everywhere.... but i wouldnt class them as gym attire
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    No. I've never understood why people do it. I know it's comfy but leggings and a LONG cas top/singlet or jumper or even shorts and tshirt is just as comfy?

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    I work out a lot too (at least when not pregnant). I still don't wear them anywhere other than to and from the car and during my workout.

    Just my preference. Now I live in the burbs I have learned to train my eyes not to look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I work out a lot too (at least when not pregnant). I still don't wear them anywhere other than to and from the car and during my workout.

    Just my preference. Now I live in the burbs I have learned to train my eyes not to look.
    I was just clarifying i wasnt in team "owning workout clothes but doesnt workout"
    You might catch me wearing mine while doing shopping because sometimes i'll do shopping after boxing or netball, but i'll also have my trainers on too. Im not going all the way home to get changed then head out again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I can arrange an intervention.
    No way - I'm about to become a WAHM. Track pants and singlets are my new uniform!!

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    Kind of. I will get dressed to go to the gym, then get side tracked and have to go to the supermarket, or I'll stay in my gym clothes until I have a shower at night if I wasn't sweaty.

    But I don't wear sports tights just as everyday clothes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    I was just clarifying i wasnt in team "owning workout clothes but doesnt workout"
    You might catch me wearing mine while doing shopping because sometimes i'll do shopping after boxing or netball, but i'll also have my trainers on too. Im not going all the way home to get changed then head out again
    Yep I realise that I was just saying I do work out too but still don't wear them. I work out at night so I don't have to be seen in public in them. Just not my thing at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    No way - I'm about to become a WAHM. Track pants and singlets are my new uniform!!
    Well you'll have to get a Bintang singlet if you really want to complete the look

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    I just don't understand why people would wear fitness gear if they don't ever work out?
    It would be like me wearing motocross gear when I've got no interest in it.
    Because its comfortable. I don't care what people think.

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