#BudgetFIT Friday - Old Navy Active

Last week, I introduced #BudgetFIT Friday where I feature affordable and stylish activewear finds.  Though I LOVE high end activewear, my freelancers bank account is not always on board so I’ve learned to be creative. 

#BudgetFIT Friday highlights lesser known, affordable activewear lines as well as great sales on high end more expensive lines.  At the end of the day who doesn’t love a great deal?! 

Most #BudgetFIT finds can be found on Twitter and will begin posting on the new Facebook page as well :)  Highlighted below are some of last weeks finds!

The My Sweat Style warehouse sale offered high end items for up to 80% off.  $15 for Alala, Vimmia, & Koral is UNHEARD of!!  But...you have to jump on these deals quick because they only last for a limited time - usually 24-48 hours. 

This weeks #BudgetFIT Friday find was a 24 hour flash sale from Old Navy Active.  $8 sports bras and 40-50% other items.  I was able to scoop up two sports bras and a pair of leggings for less than $40!!

The Go-Dry Strappy Cami and Ruched Cami sports bras for $8 each and the Go-Dry Run Crops for $17.

Haven’t had a chance to wear the sports bras yet, but they’re both lightweight support so will be good for yoga, pilates, etc. 

Lightweight sports bras have been on the purchase list as full support sports bras aren’t always the most comfortable during yoga sessions so need to find alternatives that offer support and don’t feel restricting.

I’m a tall girl (5’11”) and capris aren't the most flattering look (not to mention, most cut right in the middle of my calf…like why?!!) so decided to give the Go-Dry Run Crop a shot.  They’re a slightly longer cut and though the length is great, I’m not completely sold on the fit.  I have an athletic build so finding the right fit can be tricky, but am willing to give these a try. 

This was my first Old Navy Active purchase and am overall impressed.  Love that more affordable activewear lines have stepped it up and now offer more stylish looks… Team #BudgetFIT!

Who else has tried Old Nave Active?  What are your thoughts?

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