#BudgetFIT Friday - Aeropostale


We’re back with another #BudgetFIT Friday with a few good finds from pre-teen hot spot Aeropostale!

The plan was to post #BudgetFIT Friday every other week on the blog, but this is the third week in a row of solid #BudgetFIT finds!  Wasn’t expecting this one but had to share.  Will probably go back to #BudgetFIT Friday posts every other week, but have learned to be flexible so if a good deal pops up,  I'll share it with you. 


For those who are new to the blog or have no clue what #BudgetFIT is all about, #BudgetFIT Friday highlights lesser known and affordable lines as well as great sales on higher end more expensive lines.  If there’s a good deal, we share it because sharing is caring and I’m that kind of a chick :)


As mentioned, I wasn’t planning on a #BudgetFIT Friday post this week until I saw this Instagram post (below) from long time follower LaChristin of @fit_digitalcurls where she shared Aeropostale’s activewear sale. 

My local store is small and usually crowded with pre-teens/teenagers and though I love the kids, I try to avoid teenage hot spots.  Mostly because the only teenager I like is my 15 year old niece, but also because I used to go to those stores in college before they became the pre-teen spot and some things are better left in the past…


Back to the important stuff – the goods!  Was pleasantly surprised to see a few sports bras that caught my eye and two jackets that made me check my bank account to see what I was working with!  Super cute and definitely my style, but ultimately went with two pairs of capris and a tank.

The Live Love Run tank was only $12 and the Streak Print Crop Leggings came in at $16 and Active Jogger for $20.  Walked out with $60 worth of savings so not bad at all!



Haven’t had a chance to wear any pieces yet, so can’t speak to their performance, but Aeropostale definitely is another store to add to the #BudgetFIT list. 


A word of caution – Aeropostale caters to the teenage market so choose sizing accordingly.  Unless you’re on the thin or petite side, I’d definitely size up. 

I went with a large and I’m not a big girl.  I’m tall with an athletic build so don’t be disappointed if you need to go one...or Two sizes up.  Don’t want any bruised egos out there!


How many of you have tried out Aerpostale’s activewear line?  If so, I’d love to hear about it. 

Share your reviews below!