No one wants to spend their whole paycheck on workout clothes but we don’t want our clothes to look cheap either. Are there places to get workout clothes that look great, wash well and are in our budget? Of course! Here’s where to buy cheap women’s workout clothes! No one will know how much you paid if you don’t tell them!
New workout clothes
Target sells just about everything and if you haven’t considered shopping there for workout essentials, it’s time to start. They’ve stepped it up in the activewear department and have well-made clothes for wallet-friendly prices. The C9 Champion line exclusive to Target is worth a look — love their seamless sports bras.
Daily deal sites
Sites like HauteLook feature a selection of merchants with women’s, men’s and home sales that run for a couple of days — activewear included. You can snag pieces from popular brands for deep discounts. I’ve seen Lucy, Marika, Reebok and more on HauteLook and joining the free site is worth it. Likewise, The Clymb is a daily deals site that also offers 50-75% percent off retail prices on outdoor gear, clothing and more.
For fashionable, well-made workout wear, look no further than Fabletics. This subscription activewear brand is making waves in the fitness world because you can get a whole outfit for half the price of what you’d pay for a luxury brand. Their clothes wear well, are functional and the styles can’t be beat. Best part? Your first outfit is half off via this link. Check out my review of Fabletics here.
Many major activewear brands like Reebok, Puma, Nike, Adidas and more have outlet stores (even Lululemon!) so see if there’s one by you and save money on new clothes. Another perk is that hard to find sizes and styles are sometimes easier to score at an outlet. If there aren’t any outlets in your area, check to see if they have an outlet section of their website and be sure to do a quick internet search for outlets next time you’re traveling. There are so many deals to be had on workout clothes at outlet stores.
Gently worn workout clothes
eBay is popular for a reason. You can buy anything under the sun which includes workout clothes, both new and used. To score a deal on eBay requires a little bit of patience but it’s well worth it. You can find rare colors and sizes and items from a bunch of brands. Watch items you’re interested in and make a bid at the end of the auction. You may end up with a new or nearly new item at a fraction of the retail price.
Second-hand shops online
Sites like Poshmark and Tradesy allow you to sneak a peek inside the closets of women across America and buy gently worn clothing from top brands. Browse the site or search for a specific item and get a deal on items from brands like Athleta, Nike, Lululemon and more. You might even want to sell a few things of your own that are currently collecting dust in your closet.
Remember that no matter what brands you buy, to keep them looking good, it pays to wash your workout clothes correctly!