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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax Tellers Old Lady View Post
    Thanks for all the replies, I guess im just daggy
    I wouldn't say its daggy.

    I dunno, I just assume people who wear it are into fitness/exercise, and its a bit misleading if they actually aren't because I usually will use it as a conversation starter (as per my example in my first reply in this thread) because I, myself, am interested in exercise and fitness and being active. But now I don't after the awkwardness in my example because I've realised that some people wear it as your normal every day clothes, so unless I see sweat patches, I just ignore the fact they are wearing fitness clothing

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    Yep, I sure do wear workout clothing as casual wear, and I don't even work out!

    Why do I do it? Because with 4 children ranging in age from 6yo to 1yo, I'm busy. I'm so busy, I don't even get a chance to shower every morning. Sometimes, I feel most comfortable getting up in the morning, chucking on my work out gear, I feel sleek, sporty, comfortable and like I can run a marathon...without having to actually run a marathon

    But, I always strive to pull the look of with a touch of glam rather than a touch of bogan

    I don't always wear workout gear though, I often wear skinny jeans and nice tops, just as comfy, but I try to reserve that look for days when I've managed to shower

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    No way. Its for working out and that's it. Work out gear never ever leaves the house and it only used for working out.

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    Fortunately I don't have any workout gear so I am saved this dilemma

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    All you workout gear haters- just be thankful this thread wasn't started in the 80's flouro leotard and leg warmers out of the gym, now THAT would be an interesting look!

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    Only if I plan to work out at some point during the day. Mind you my plans hardly ever come to fruition.

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    No. Only if I'm about to exercise, or have just exercised. Never 'just because'.

    I always feel weird wearing it at other times. I normally wear make-up, but never to work out, so it feels strange wearing make-up with exercise clothing! And then I get paranoid that people might think I'm 'one of those' full face of make-up in the gym type people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    No. Only if I'm about to exercise, or have just exercised. Never 'just because'.

    I always feel weird wearing it at other times. I normally wear make-up, but never to work out, so it feels strange wearing make-up with exercise clothing! And then I get paranoid that people might think I'm 'one of those' full face of make-up in the gym type people.
    Oh THIS too!

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    I dont care, but when it comes to tights.... Pls leave the camel toes at home!!

    Im a jeans and tshirt girl.

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    I only wear mine out if I'm quickly popping into the shops on the way home from the gym. I don't dress in it to go out if that makes sense.

    Sometimes I wish I could... it's so damn comfy compared to anything else I own haha


 

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