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    When my son was younger I would dress in work out gear in the morning... Then I found during the day I could decide spur of the moment to put him in his pram and go for a walk rather than have to get ready.. Some days i would walk some I wouldn't but at least I was ready.

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    Look out clothing snobs.. the fashions are achanging

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/fas...-1226604314565


    mwahahaha

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    Yep I wear workout gear most days. I like to start the day by going to the gym or for a long walk/jog and then I usually stay in those clothes until I have a shower later on in the day. I find workout leggings, a good quality sports bra and singlet very comfortable.

    I have recently discovered lululemon clothing and love it. I think it is comfortable as well as stylish.

    www.lululemon.com.au

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    yeh on my day off i get dressed into my lj stuff coz then once its on ill feel obligated to work out at some stage.

    if i dont i fight with myself in my head like...i COULD do body pump but then i gotta change my bra and put shorts on....etc

    whereas once its on i cnt make excuses.

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    Thanks for all the replies, I guess im just daggy

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    I have recently discovered lululemon clothing and love it. I think it is comfortable as well as stylish.

    www.lululemon.com.au
    Love love love this brand. I first bought it in Canada (where it comes from) about 5 years ago and am still wearing those pieces. Are you in Melbourne? There's an outlet store here

    If I'm walking just to our local shops to run errands, have a coffee and read the paper by myself, pick up groceries, then I'm all for going in workout gear (even though the only workout I've done is walk with the pram). If I'm going out to meet other people or for a proper meal, then no.

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    I am in Perth so no outlet store here, what a shame. I have two of their zip up hoodies which I am looking forward to wearing this winter ( after bubs is born). I think I will also get some of their pants, I usually buy Nike or brasilift but keen to try lululemon

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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 didn't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    I'm glad to hear it so I don't have to purchase a mandatory polar fleece vest and 3/4 trackies?
    Oh dear god NO lol

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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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