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angelelizabeth angelelizabeth 10 years
I like the look of them...but they look like the workout clothes from Victoria's Secret. And how can you not love 2/$40 yoga pants from VS? Especially ones that are cute enough to stop by the grocery store on the way home and not be horrified to run in to someone you know?
mandiesoh mandiesoh 10 years
the prices are ridiculous here too. plus, mine is a ladies gym, theres no one to look cute for! :p i just wear whatever i can find in my closet. it works fine and its money saving!
rubialala rubialala 10 years
LOVE all the pants.
la_clique la_clique 10 years
Target is as much as I will pay for clothes to sweat in, and they have great yoga stuff. Unless you are professional or an instructor I could not imagine why anyone would spend this much on gym wear.
Butrfly4404 Butrfly4404 10 years
Yeah, I can't afford stuff like this, either. I "splurged" for WalkAmerica last year and spent **gasp** $17.99 on a pair of warm up pants from Kohl's! My favorite are my yoga pants from Target.
rc rc 10 years
yeah expensive stuff, but then again I actually like looking cute at the gym. Also check out bebe Sport stuff.
puddinpie puddinpie 10 years
I don't think this stuff is too's a steal compared to the Lululemon stuff I wear.
tyffi tyffi 10 years
Oh, those are really nice, but $40 and more for an ordinary work-out shirt is a little much. Except you get some muscles fro free by wearing those clothes. *lol*
arista arista 10 years
Well, I buy the cheapies at Wal Mart & Target, and they work just fine for me. I got a nice pair of yoga pants at Wal Mart for $14, and I always find myself reaching for those when it's time to work out. I should really go get some more.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 10 years
I love the look of the clothes, but I just don't understand why work-out clothes are so expensive. $55 for a pair of nylon/spandex pants? Maybe someone can help me have a better perspective on this issue.:? Where does everyone go to get reasonably-priced work out clothes?
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