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11-12-2012
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Major gym-wear inspiration. I won't be taking a 40000 dollar bag to gym anytime soon, but the rest can be executed.. maybe a different top?


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I'm looking to start running. I have my bottom half sorted but I have no idea what to wear on my top half. What do people do with their mobile phones etc? Should I be looking for a top with zipped pockets?

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Can any one reccomend a sports bra for larger cup sizes that will actually suport me but not be so structured I almost feel like I am wearing a corset having a total nightmare trying to find one

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Try Freya or Panache They are both said to be very supportive and comfortable. Since you're in London you can probably check them at a Bravissimo store.

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If you could have just one long sleeve jacket/jumper/top, what would it be?

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Can any one reccomend a sports bra for larger cup sizes that will actually suport me but not be so structured I almost feel like I am wearing a corset having a total nightmare trying to find one
I highly recommend Shock Absorber. They have a bra specifically for running, but all of the high impact range are good for running etc. They also do bras for lower impact sport which I haven't used, but I would think they would be worth investigating.
They don't have underwire if that is what you mean by structured?
I'm a 30DD and they are the only bras I really like for sport.

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Work Out wear
I'm always on the look out for multi-functional clothing including work out clothing:

I recently stumbled on this Vancouver WA based clothing line which is known for it's Sweet Spot sport skirt. I've worn this skirt everyday for two weeks straight, over leggings.

I'm completely hooked on this snap on, adjustable, reversible, multi-sport, multi-occasion skirt!

This is the pattern I've been wearing only the reverse side which has a solid black skirt and pattern only at the waist. I took colored Sharpies to mine just to jazz it up!
Here's a link to the cringe-worthy how to type video:


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