100% of the time, my Tuesday/Thursday wardrobe is active wear.
I rarely deviate from this for the following reasons…
1. I like taking a day off from putting an outfit together. Working from home on Tuesdays and Thursdays allows for a more casual approach.
2. Because I work from home those days, I have to draw a line between home-time and work-time. Getting dressed allows for that, and structured active wear makes me feel more awake and ready to take on the day.
3. Those days are also when I squeeze in a work out. Besides my bi-weekly trip to WBIR then to the mall to return whatever I’ve talked about, I don’t go many places. Sometimes on Thursdays, I go a full 24 hours without ever getting in the car. This is mainly because my to-do list is longer than I can fit on my notepad. Thus, I’m more likely to stop and do some cardio if I’m already dressed for the occasion.
Once I began my policy of wearing only active wear two days a week, I watched my drive to workout sky rocket. I am a firm believer in the fact nice work out clothes you feel good and will lead to a series of healthier decisions (that you can later lean on when it’s time to binge on mac and cheese).
This week on the show I featured some options that are attractive (on sale) and available at Dillard’s in West Town Mall. Above, I’ve put together a collage of more options that aren’t so tight if tightness isn’t your thing.