Whenever I talk about how difficult it is to work out consistently, people always respond with, "The hardest part is getting started." And sure, I see their point. It's hard enough to get to the gym, but if you ask me, it's even harder when you don't have a cute outfit to wear. It's difficult enough for me to run errands in something that doesn't make me feel confident. Add to that the thought of working out in something uncomfortable or simply not my style, and all my motivation goes out the window. I want to get back into exercising, and Stitch Fix has everything I need to feel my best before, during, and after a workout sesh. The site has nearly 30 brands to choose from (including Nike, Free People Movement, Girlfriend Collective, and more) and an assortment of leggings, bras, and so much more. It also features We Wander, Stitch Fix's exclusive women's active and athleisure brand that focuses on under-$100, everyday active essentials. I feel motivated already. How about you? If you're ready to head to the gym in style, just keep scrolling.
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