Cheap Yoga Clothing?

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NessaBoo

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Posted: 12 Jan 2008, 18:44
Does anyone have recommendations for where to find cheap but sturdy yoga/work out clothes? Either online or a particular store?

Thanks in advance! Smile
CalorieKille...

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Posted: 12 Jan 2008, 21:20
I just got a yoga towel from Amazon.com and it was about $20 cheaper than going to Lucy or a specialty shop in the mall. And it is very nice. yogitoes is teh brand. I like to use amazon for shopping for stuff like that. Maybe you've already tried it though.

Good luck!
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joepol

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Posted: 05 Jul 2010, 14:11
i'm all about http://www.mikawearyoga.com. I really like their tops and shorts and it is a little cheaper than lululemon or athletica
justbreathe

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Posted: 06 Jul 2010, 16:11
I like Walmart and Marshalls.

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sherilyn70

Joined: May 10
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Posted: 06 Jul 2010, 19:33
I just bought some new Danskin shorts and a top from Walmart for under $20. I bought them specifically to do yoga in. Cheap is great since I'm still losing weight.
MGreen22

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Posted: 07 Jul 2010, 15:15
I second Marshall's! They have great prices.
maymouse_101

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Posted: 07 Jul 2010, 15:21
Ross has got some awesome cheap active pants/shorts/tanks/tops. Their prices are awesome!
MomofTwoGirl...

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Posted: 08 Jul 2010, 11:18
I like Marshalls and T.J.Maxx. Its a pain in the you know what looking through all the stuff, but its top brand name stuff, so you know its good quality, and its cheaper than in the regular store. I only buy when its a really good deal, that stuff is more expencive then my regular every day clothes!!!
beets_yum

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Posted: 08 Jul 2010, 11:44
God, I'm always looking for decent cheap yoga pants. I have gotten some cheap ok ones, but a lot of them seem to stretch at the knees and get yucky looking after a few wears. I love the Patagonia morning glory pants--I sometimes catch them on sale.

Marshall's and TJ's are great--but make sure you poke at the fabric. If it doesn't bounce back immediately after you pull at it--it will stretch out in a yucky way after you wear it.

I asked on urbanbaby awhile ago and a few women said they liked the Land's End yoga pants. I have yet to try but their stuff is usually good quality and they always have sales and free shipping deals.

I have a few pairs of the So Low pants. They always have a few styles on sale/clearance. Not so much cheap, but they wear very well and are super flattering. And they will fit over a range of sizes. I can still in a pinch wear pairs I got when I weighed 40 lbs more than I do now. (They are AWESOME for pregnant ladies, by the way--the fold fits over your belly.)

Lol--had to laugh at "a little cheaper than Lulemon." Which is to say, less than $125 for a pair of workout pants or $85 for a tiny little camisole? Just joking. The Lulemom stuff is flattering and wears well. Wish it didn't cost more than a decent pair of jeans.

Good luck and let us know if you find anything you love.
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