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I love fitness fashion but with so many options available on shelves today I know it’s easy for my fellow fitness fashionistas to be clueless about what to wear at the gym. Well, the best gear to workout in is based on your body type and luckily there are plenty of chic options, no matter what shape you have, so we can all keep it cute and comfortable.  Whether you’ve been blessed on top or bottom, with muscles or curves,  read below for the best tips to use when shopping for new additions to your workout wardrobe.

If You Are A Bottom Heavy Beauty

Having more junk in you trunk is a blessing not a curse if you ask me, but when it comes to finding the perfect workout pants having a bigger butt can be a nightmare. I mean for real, there is nothing worse than mooning your trainer during burpees!  To cover up, yet still flatter, I love Champion Authentic Women’s Jersey Banded Knee Pants. Because these capris have a drawstring, just about all bountiful rumps can rock them comfortably. Plus, black is a good, flattering go-to color…although that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. 

Use the top layer to play with color and fun cuts (which will also help draw all the hot boy’s eyes that were checking you out, toward your face). I love The Mesh Back Tank from 15love.  The cut of the print and color blocked top is super flattering since its panelling is creates the illusion (or draws attention to) a small waist. And for the days when you want to bare all, The Show Off Sports Bra by Champion®, is a supportive sports bra perfect for FitGirls rocking anywhere from a B – C cup, that’s cute to boot!   

Quick Tips:

Down below think…

Dark is flattering.

Drawstrings only.

Up top think…

Bright fun colors.

Panelling and structure fits accentuate the waist.

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