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Winter Momiform: Activewear

It may be cliche to say exercising and eating healthy is a good new year’s resolution, but I’m definitely feeling motivated! Recent health challenges in our household has made me more conscious of what we eat and how active we are on a regular basis.

My goal this year is to lose 30 lbs and the way I plan to do it isn’t through strict dieting and intense workouts. It’ll be through portion control, reducing carbs (I love bread, pasta and cake) and exercising 30 minutes per day.

I love wearing cute activewear when I’m exercising, as it makes me feel good while looking good when I’m sweating it out! I searched the web for nice pieces at my favorite brands including Fabletics, Lane Bryant/LIVI Athleta and Target, and shared them below.

Fabletics

This is one of my favorite brands for activewear. I love that they have a plus size line with a good selection of styles and colors! They’re currently running a promotion for 2 for $24 leggings when you sign up for VIP.

Lane Bryant/LIVI

I recently tried Lane Bryant’s new active wear line, LIVI and I LOVE their leggings! The waistband is super slimming, and I love that they have mid-length options as well. They’re currently offering a $45 top and bottom combo and $35 sport bras (love their sport bras by the way!)

Athleta

My favorite thing about the Athleta brand is that the clothes are perfect for everyday wear as well as during a workout. From dresses to sweatpants, there’s something to wear lounging at home, working out and running errands. There are some cute pieces on sale. And I love that they have a collection for girls, size 6-16. I can’t wait to dress Olivia in their cute activewear in a few years!

Target

You know I couldn’t leave out my favorite retailer! I love that I can go in Target for groceries and also pick up a new workout outfit. Their Joy Lab line has fun colors and the clothes feel great. I didn’t see anything over $50, so they’re super affordable.

What’s your favorite activewear brand?

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