Stylish, Comfortable Sportswear

Monday, January 25, 2016


January is a challenging month for so many reasons; not only is it cold and wet but the majority of us vow to be healthier, eat better and exercise more in the new year (which lets face it is always difficult in practice, especially when the new year novelty wears off!). Combined with the fact that budgets are generally tighter after the festive season it's easy to see why people's good intentions can go out of the window pretty sharpish. I've been good and have stuck with my goals so far, but something I need to work on next month is boosting my exercise. One thing that's put me off joining a gym is the fact that I need all new sportswear which can be pretty pricey, but I've been having a look around and have discovered that you can actually get some great deals and it doesn't have to be as expensive as you think. If you're in the same boat, here are some of the ways you can find stylish sportswear without breaking the bank.

Sales= Brands
If you’re trying to find good value sportswear, going with expensive brands might not seem like the most obvious answer. But sometimes (especially in the case of footwear) branded sports items are the best choice as while you pay more up front the quality is better and they'll last for longer meaning you get more for your money. Luckily you can snag some great deals in the winter sales, either search online for the best price possible or take advantage of the services offered by voucher code sites. You can use the latest Sports Direct Discount codes to get access to all their latest clearance stock as well as additional discounts.

High Street Basics
This is the route I've always gone down in the past- if it's only basic sportswear you need this is a good option. Most highstreet stores have a sportswear section and you don't even have to go down the high street to get hold of them. Using New Look Promo codes you can get access to their extensive selection including everything from sports to yoga wear. You can also secure a possible discount on your purchases in the form of the latest offers, or even a 20% discount for students.

Shop Your Wardrobe
Of course, the cheapest way to get hold of that essential winter sportswear is to use what you already have. We all have leggings and vest tops which could easily be worn in a pinch, or you could see what you have hanging around from previous exercise ventures. You might be surprised what you find and realise you're already kitted up without having to spend a penny! 

Where do you buy your sportswear from?

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3 comments

  1. I'm loving all of Primark's range of sports wear again this year, and it's all at good prices :) Tania xx taniamichele.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Will definitely take a look in Primark, thanks Tania! x

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  2. I usually just wear leggings and an old vest top when I work out, not that its very often though ha ha. If I'm doing an exercise dvd or something at home I just wear pyjamas XD

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