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Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business!  Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!

Tis the resolution season, and everyone’s hitting the gym, so Debbie wants to make sure all you ladies are going out in style.  So many outfits we wear to the gym, they end up keeping on for errands, so we end up living in them and want to loom our best.

1.  Bottoms

Getting good workout bottoms is critical, and bar none, the best bottoms are by Lucy (they have a store in Blue Back Square).  When you walk in the store, you will literally see a wall of pants, all for active lifestyle that allow you to look good at or outside the gym.  There’s a lot of styles to choose from– compression will give you support in the tummy, the back and the legs… they’re the best invention on the planet!

2.  Sports Bras

Another important category… a lot of women get caught in the rut of holding onto their gym clothes for a long time, and they don’t replace them often, but the truth is you need a good sports bra.  Debbie found a great sports bra on MovingComfort.com, with wide adjustable straps which flatters instead of flattens.

3.  T-Shirts

Reebok makes really cool active t-shirt that looks great and is functional.  They’re stretch pants built into the fabric, which helps control moisture while staying stylish.

4.  Sneakers

People buy sneakers their friend has, or because they like a certain color, but it’s important to know what type of foot you have.  A lot of specialty running stores will do all the foot diagnostics, such as arch size, length and width.  You want to be sure when you invest in a good pair of sneakers, you get the type that fits your foot… and if you’re active you should replace your shoes every 3 to 6 months.

For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.

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