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Workout Wear Makes Break From Gym

This photo provided by Under Armour shows a workout bra by Under Armour. That changed with the invention of spandex in 1959, then again with the aerobics craze of the 1980s when tights, leotards, legwarmers and nylon track suits became popular. Athletic gear giants like Nike, Reebok and Adidas were popular for years as synthetic material like Gore Tex and Lycra gained popularity because of their performance qualities. Then, in the late 1990s, it became cool to wear workout clothes click here! everywhere after the Lululemon athletic chain opened and gained a loyal following of fitness enthusiasts willing to shell out $100 for yoga pants. Annie Georgia Greenberg, a New York editor for style blog Refinery29, says she noticed the trend at the New York Fashion week in September as more people were choosing shoes like the neon Nike Free Flyknit over designer pumps. Greenberg herself paired a Golds Gym t-shirt and Adidas Samba sneakers with a two-piece bejeweled suit something she more? info? wouldnt have done a couple years ago. It is almost cooler to be comfortable and athletic and feel like yourself than to be overly glam, Greenberg says. Fitness chic also sends a message to others that you are living a healthy lifestyle, says Noreen Naroo, senior click here creative director for apparel at fitness brand Under Armour. Recently, Naroo did a mile run at her daughters elementary school with leggings, a sports bra, t-shirt and sneakers.
Full story: http://www.reporternews.com/news/2013/dec/01/workout-wear-makes-break-from-gym/

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