The following post is sponsored by FitFluential, LLC on behalf of LornaJane.com.
You might’ve seen it when it debuted on my Instagram a few weeks ago, the outfit grid I posted with that cute aqua blue Lorna Jane jacket and the black capri pants?
Well, after working out in them in winter, no less, I’ve got a few things to share with you about why I loved what I received.
First, I’m a fan of bright workout colors – the neon pinks, the powder blues, seaform green, yellow, orange… I’m all about that. The color is gorgeous.
Next, the fabric feels amazing on your skin. Whereas sometimes, the fabric on the inside of moisture-wicking material can feel rough, almost like a fine nail file, this feels softer and more comfortable, almost like a second skin.
Lastly, one of my favorite things about spring workout jackets is that they can easily double as winter layers for outdoor activity! This jacket is so light, that it can easily function as an inside moisture-wicking layer, on top of your regular shirt and underneath your running jacket.
In other words, I’m here for it.
Part of what drew me to the opportunity to review Lorna Jane, however, was the e-book that they’re offering up for free right now, Move Over, Sugar! An awesome little recipe book that helps you do what I’m always preaching about, and that’s skipping the sugar!
You can check out everything else that Lorna Jane has to offer – as they’re constantly adding new styles and colors, you’re likely to always see something new – at LornaJane.com, and the MoveNourishBelieve.com e-book is available here. Enjoy!
I looked at this line and I must say I love the Lorna Jane line. As I have began to start working out I appreciate a good workout line. I was a bit disappointed to see that this particular line was sized for the average as opposed to overweight woman as I am constantly looking for workout gear that fits and flatters while I am getting to where I would like to be. Would you happen to have any suggestions on where to look?
Actually, that sounds like a blog post of its own. 🙂
Oh yay! I am really looking forward to that blog entry. I did not understand the difference between workout gear that works with you vs. sweatpants. My husband had to teach me that it helps with efforts and overall recovery. And it does. Since I am overweight I find that I have to mix and match pieces (that are also not always affordable) so it’d be nice to have two solid workout outfits. I already have a great pair of running shoes per your blog post on getting fitted at a shoe store and omg, what a difference!
That does sound like a great blog post. Can’t wait to see that one happen :).
But I have a problem: I tried to click on the link for the website and their e-book but it didn’t work for me.
Hmmm, let me check into it.
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