POPSUGAR Fashion Hilary Rhoda Do You Dress Up to Work Out? by Fashion 10/14/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Source FIND YOUR WORKOUT Read More Hilary RhodaWorkout ClothesFab Poll Hilary Rhoda You Won't Believe These 28 Stars Were Once Abercrombie Models Olivia Palermo and Hilary Rhoda Have Your Summer Dresses Covered Yes, You Can Wear Long Sleeves at Cocktail Hour Hilary Rhoda Puts All Eyes on Her Engagement Ring Workout Clothes 13 Funny T-Shirts That Know Exactly How You Feel About Running Brighten Up and Get Outside With Our May Must Haves Hot-Weather Running Gear That'll Have You Begging For Sun The Fitness Products We're Loving This Month Get chic with our daily newsletter Fashion and Beauty News Street Style Celebrity Style Beauty Tips Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. ilanac13 6 years i do sort of. for me - i think that i feel like i look cute to begin with then i'll work out more. i always have on bright colors and my sneakers usually match some how :) it's not for anyone other than me though - i'm not trying to impress anyone at the gym. Britney-Kayla 6 years I stick to sweats and old tees too. Sometime hoodies. I wear a little bit of blush and gloss though. emalove 6 years Well, I workout in my house, on my own elliptical machine, so no, I don't dress up. When I go to yoga class, however, I try to look cute. WiCkeD_LaDy 6 years no, i wear jeans most days, very rare i wear high heels here at work writerjenna 6 years When I was in college, I saw girls trot on the treadmill with hoop earrings and rings and in their skimpiest work-out gear.. and MAKE-UP! It was gross. julieulie 6 years Yoga pants or shorts with old tank tops. Who do I have to impress? Usually I'm just on my own elliptical in my own house and the only other person around is my husband. javsmav 6 years I have some nice work out clothes--technical running stuff. I'm not going to run 20 miles in old sweats and a tee shirt--that's not a vanity thing, it's an issue of comfort. So if I have to buy it anyway, it might as well look good. Of course, I don't put on make up or fix my hair to go to the gym though--that's just ridiculous. Comfort and performance always trumps fashion, but I won't lie--I love my Stella McCartney running jacket! I can't wait for it to get cold enough to wear again. runningesq 6 years I don't work out in sweats and tshirts ... not because they aren't "cute" but because they aren't functional! I have a ton of wicking clothes that I wear when running, and brightly colored bike jerseys for cycling. shopgirl123 6 years Im with you RBM! its not like we wear couture, but whats the harm in a nice workout ensemble? nikecold 6 years :s well i have nice gym clothes, but thats about it. I don't wear make up and i don't exactly do much about my hair. RoyalBlueMoss 6 years I dress up. I take every opportunity to dress my best. esweet 6 years old tees - i barely have time to get to the gym let alone pick out an outfit! the-makeup-blogette 6 years I stick to sweats and old tees. bbkf 6 years I always try to look sexy, but work-out appropriate. Usually I wear yoga pants and a sports bra. P.S. I'm drooling over that model's shoes! RosaDilia 6 years When I go running I'm amazed at the women I see running with a face full of makeup and all the fancy track suits and even jewelry. It looks even worse once the sweat starts running down their made up faces. I just wear old sweats and tees. Gwen-G 6 years just lol alba1 6 years Never! there is really no point...im going to work out not to impress anyone, besides any type of makeup would be wiped off or non-existent with my tomato workout-face! Jessiebanana 6 years Dressing up to work out is just silly. I'm not quite sure how shallow (or stupid) you need to be, but I've definitely seen my fair share of dolled up women at the gym. I don't get it... bigestivediscuit 6 years I don't dress up like erm, the woman in the picture (as it would be quite difficult to work out in those heels) but I do like wearing cute workout clothes as it makes me feel good about myself!