Anyways, today's post is brought to you by yet another round of my athletic wear. Since my everyday fashion is very important to me, it has become just as important for me to invest in my athletic wear. As mentioned in my previous post, I recently started going back to the gym, which is how my interest for cute sports gear started. I also often have things to do immediately after hitting the gym, so cute gym wear is a must...for me.
It takes a lot for me to sweat, but I still prefer athletic wear with mesh, cutouts, or any material that is breathable and not cotton. The new set in this post is all of that. I also have gotten hooked on thongs for athletics as they show no panty lines, are comfortable, and I'm simply obsessed with them, so there's a new one in this post too. Now that the chit chat is over, let's get into what I got!
They have mesh cutouts on the thighs and wrapped around the calves, and thin elastic ribbon is criss-crossed over the cutouts. There is also a hidden pocket in the waist. They are perfect.
This pair is comfy, stretchy, and has a sexy caged netting around the perimeter. Given it's stretchy nature, it is high-waisted, and it comes up to my midriff. The only part that would peek out of your pants is the caged netting, so it would be super cute with a pair of low-rise pants if you're into that sort of thing. Or, you could keep it covered with high rise-pants and/or a tunic and keep it as your little secret.
I'd love to link it for you, but I just checked the site and do not see it.
A few of my thong tips, especially for working out:
-Make sure you are clean before putting one on. You do not want to get an infection. Plus it's just good to be clean.
-Make sure it fits; if it is too tight, get rid of it. If it's too loose, get rid of it. Either ill-fitting thong scenario will result in it sliding around and/or chafing; sliding around is the road to an infection, and chafing is never fun.
-Only work out in thongs made for working out or that are geared towards athletic activities. It should have a thick gusset that will wick away moisture that is (ideally) not cotton--cotton is technically better for you, but it will not be your friend if you are working out and sweaty as it will absorb the moisture and keep you soggy.
I hope you enjoyed this post and that it helped you in some way.
Unleash your magic.
R'Nelle CyRe' XX