When going to the gym, you need to stay comfortable with every move. That’s the main goal for sportswear and you need to take that into account when figuring out what to wear to gym.
No matter the style you choose, the fabric needs to be of good quality, not only because it should last a good while, but also because it needs to feel good on the skin and of course, it should not give you eczema or any kind of irritation.
Sports wear outfits should be made of wicking fabrics that keep sweat away from the body. If you have an intense workout and sweat a lot, you will stay wet for a good period of time, thus might just make you catch a cold.
When I go to the gym, I prefer wearing high stretch leggings, a comfy bustier top and layer a loose vest or sleveleess top over it just for extra cover and comfort. I use really cheap leggings, but also tried expensive ones. Bottom line is that you need to check the label and see what works better for you. You can find high end products that are not worth the money, or very cheap sports equipment that you would have paid for even more because it was that affordable.
When picking out sport wear, besides comfort and good quality fabrics, you need to take into account the fact that you have to find a style that also looks good on you.
People, but women especially tend to feel shy or even ashamed of their bodies while working out, so finding a good cut that flatters you actual figure is a must. Try high waisted leggings that remodel you hips and waist line. A well supporting bra or bustier that doesn’t make you back fat stand out. This is one of the reasons I am for a loose top over my bustier.
Comfy shoes that are light but also have a good grip. Be sure to pick the right shoes according to the activity you are doing.
Weightlifters have specific shoes that help with stability and non slipping. Runners use another type of sports shoes, Gymnasts and pillates students might not wear shoes at all. So be sure you choose to buy and wear the right equipment for what you train for.
How do you search for the best equipment for you?