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    Yep I do. In particular my Fridays off I'm out walking in my practical comfy gym gear and sneakers, walk ds1 to school and will go to the library, coffee shop, shops during my walk with ds2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I should add I saw James Hird at a deli once in his gym shorts. Now that I didn't mind at all.
    Haha yes it depends on the wearer or if they've come straight from training or something it's ok. Just not the Jerry Seinfield look on a sat morning shop.

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    I cannot *believe* the cost of workout tights that I've seen lately. I have a few el cheapo pairs and I don't think they're seethrough. You can workout behind me delirium when you visit and let me know haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I used to dress in the knee high boots and levi's for winter, now it's trackies and an an adidas hoodie. They are so comfy and I'm more sporty now so it fits my personality.
    Well this is the thing, once I have a spewing, screaming poo machine it might be the end of dresses, black stockings and cardies and onto the trackies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Well this is the thing, once I have a spewing, screaming poo machine it might be the end of dresses, black stockings and cardies and onto the trackies
    Noooooo! It's not inevitable!!! I've had 3 kids and am pregnant with #4 and have still not succumbed to the dark side.

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    A lot of "fitness" wear is just comfy tshirts and pants - not 90's style lycra It can be worn to work out in but doubles as casual clothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Well this is the thing, once I have a spewing, screaming poo machine it might be the end of dresses, black stockings and cardies and onto the trackies
    I don't think either option is wrong, if you love to still dress up post baby good for you My change hasn't so much come from having kids. More my lifestyle generally. In the winter I'll think.... I'm going the the gym later so I'll chuck on a racer back T and a hoodie with trackies then I can just change into my tights.

    I still dress up sometimes, and I don't tend to go for the pink matching trackie look lol (although there's nothing wrong with that). I have about 6-8 really nice hoodies in Everlast, Adidas, Billabong and Russell Athletic. So it's more a sporty as opposed to a mumsie look hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Noooooo! It's not inevitable!!! I've had 3 kids and am pregnant with #4 and have still not succumbed to the dark side.
    I'm glad to hear it so I don't have to purchase a mandatory polar fleece vest and 3/4 trackies?

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    Gym clothes are really comfy because they're designed to be lightweight and breath. Generally I'll only wear them if I'm going to be doing something that requires my clothes to breath, like yesterday for example I mowed the lawn so I threw some tights on, then kept them on for most of the rest of the day while I was cleaning and gardening. Not really exercise, but enough to get a bit of a sweat up.

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    The closest thing I have to 'workout clothing' is a couple of pairs of yoga pants in black and dark grey.

    I occasionally wear them out, casually, like if I'm going to the supermarket or taking DS to the park.

    I don't think they are super daggy and they don't make me feel like a slob, so I'm okay with it


 

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