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Posts: 1,111 5/3/12 2:48 P
Athleta also offers a lot of their clothing in plus sizes. It's a little more expensive than Target, but it's good quality. I have a pair of running capris that I've been wearing 2-3 times a week for almost 3 years and they're just starting to look worn. (They also have a really excellent return policy.) :)
This daily SparkBlog has some great ideas on prices and where to buy.
December Minutes: 700
Posts: 2,961 4/30/12 11:18 P
I'm embarrassed to say that I just run in my regular Just My Size bras. But I will check out Fiona's. That seems like a good place to start. But I agree with Penguin. Wal Mart and target to the rescue.
I run because I don't have to.
current weight: 252.1
Posts: 633 4/30/12 10:35 P
Good old Walmart to the rescue. Their stuff isn't fancy and lacks designer labels but the price is right.
I'm going to start the couch to 5 K program. Those of you that started or are still "big" where did you get your jog bras and bottoms? At Dick's this evening even the size XL looked tiny. No way I can squeeze my ba-donk-a-donk booty into those little things!!!! I did find a couple of big running bras on line but at $60+ a shot I can only afford one. I know under armour is supposed to be a good choice but do they make big sizes?
current weight: 243.4
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