Workout Clothes That Keep You CoveredPosted on Jun 11th 2010 2:00PM by Kristen Seymour
Let's start with the first layer -- your bra. There's nothing like finishing a tough run at the gym, only to look in the mirror and realize your, uh, "headlights" are on, full blast. Come on, you know exactly what we're talking about. Even a big t-shirt can't hide this problem -- trust us. So what's a girl to do? The right bra will go a long way toward solving this niptacular problem. The Moving Comfort Vixen sports bra ($38) gives great support but, just as important, the front is made with a thicker material to make anything that, you know, pops up be a little less obvious.
Now, when it comes to shirts, there are two common modesty issues. The first is that the neckline comes too low and shows off more cleavage than one would like. If you want the tighter tank style without showing off so much of the girls, this Goddess Pose Tank from Shabby Apple ($36) is cute and provides ample coverage.
If you're more concerned about the material clinging to the lumps and bumps you might have around the midsection, check out Athleta's Terra Tank ($39). We received this tank to review and have found ourselves wearing it everywhere from the track to Zumba class to a neighborhood barbecue due to its flattering cut.
And, of course, we can't forget about our bottom half. Sure, you could wear shorts or pants, but what we're loving is a nice, flattering skirt. This Seamless Skort by Moving Comfort ($46) fits a little looser than others we've worn, not to mention a bit longer. That means no unsightly underwear lines -- and you get to cover those troublesome upper thighs without sacrificing style or femininity!
Here are even more tips on dressing to flatter your figure.