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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Clothes & Shoes

All three items are Lululemon. The pink jacket is my go-to! 

We all know exercise isn't always pretty, but that doesn't mean we can't at least try to look our best as we sweat our way to our healthiest selves. I hear a lot of requests from you Clean eaters wanting to know where I buy the clothes and shoes I wear for the shoots and appearances I do on a regular basis. Here's my go-to list of gym wear: (P.S. I am not sponsored by any of these companies... just tried and true).

1. Lululemon: This Canadian company is the cornerstone of my fitness wear. Literally, 3/4 of my shelves are lined with their yoga pants, sports bras, fitness tops, shorts, jackets, sweatshirts, socks and undies. I love them and I am thrilled they are making a splash in the US, too.

My ever growing workout wardrobe! 
2. Puma: Their shoes look good in the gym and on the street. Plus, they come in a wide range of fun colors to spice up even the plainest gym look.

3. Nike: Who doesn't love gym wear from this megabrand? I had a heyday at the Nike Employee Store when I was in Beaverton, Oregon a few years ago. They make great shoes and gym gloves.

4. Elisabetta Rogiani: This LA-based designer knows how to make great-looking gym pieces that fit well and keep you supported. I'll be wearing Rogiani at the upcoming Arnold Expo in March.

5. Arc'teryx: Winter weather can be beat with this cozy and cute collection. They are another Canadian brand that keeps me warm when I trek out with the dogs in my snowshoes.

6. Keen: Their winter and summer footwear keep my feet protected and comfortable for watersports, trekking in the woods, and trudging around the garden.

7. New Balance: What can I say? You guys loved the orange and purple combo from this great shoe company. I love their fun colours.

My purple New Balance shoes, style number #WR773PM from SportChek

8. Saucony: Distance running can eat my dust in these amazing shoes. I sported them during my triathlon and 1/2 marathon and felt comfortable and cool the whole time.

9. Under Armour: Support, comfort, dry-wicking and a simple yet sexy design. What more could you want? I love their clothes for layering under my winter running and snowshoeing gear.

10. Smartwool: Great socks for both air-conditioned or toasty feet. My sister-in-law Tammy introduced me to these socks for endurance events such as the triathlon and 1/2 marathon plus snowshoeing and pretty much anything. Love them!!

For those Eat-Clean Diet® community members who have had trouble maintaining their workout routines, new workout clothes are a great motivator! Try out some of these brands and tell me what you think here on my blog.

Keep it tight (and cute),

Tosca

13 comments:

  1. hey doll
    super cute picks
    comfy and cute.
    Roxie and i cant wait to meet yo at Arnold.
    oxoox,
    jessi

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  2. What would work best for someone that is just starting out and still squishy & jiggly, not yet in the single digits for athletic wear???

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  3. Kerri- I'm basically your description and I wear a comfortable pair of yoga pants that flare at the knee and a somewhat tight Under Armour t-shirt, which actually makes me look thinner than I really am because A) I'm sucking in my abs for a workout anyway so you see a flat tummy, B) the material is tight enough to act like a cinch without being uncomfortable. :)

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  4. Kerri I've recently found New Balance Tech Tees & I love them a little longer than most. I'm a size 14/16 & oudered the 2X to make sure they weren't clingy & it its perfect.

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  5. I can attest to the Lululemon gear. I received my gift certificate from you dear Tosca and ordered some pants and shorts....LOVE THEM!!! I actually had to return them for smaller sizes, I was stoked!!
    They fit so well and don't move around, very breathable too!
    Thanks Tosca! Looking at your closet/wardrobe, I think I need to get more workout clothes. I have a total of 3 pair of pants, a handful of shirts and a few pair of shorts. Yikes!!

    xoxo
    Roxie-Girl

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  6. I heard that Lululemon is now American. I may be wrong though. Anyone else know?

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  7. I love Lulu but even their undies shift while I workout. It's so frustrating. Whenever I do side shuffles my undies shift. Do you guys have any suggestions? If you do message me at thegetinshapegirl@gmail.com because its quite uncomfortable and embarrassing!!

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  8. Got my New Balance tech T and pants last week and love them! The longer length on the shirt is great for covering my squish when I reach. Thanks for the suggestion kimberly3273! Someday soon I hope to be able to fit into a cute little Lulu outfit, but right now they are only for skinny girls! I WILL be there, eating clean every day and working out to burn this fat!

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