Hey hey hey… depending on where you live it's still hot AF. Fortunately for me it's not only extremely hot but super humid… okay so the humid part VERY unfortunate but thug life. So even though I am so excited for fall weather, it's nice to still be able to just throw on some shorts and sandals and walk out the house.
These Levi's shorts are by far my all time favorite. I reach for them over all others and I think they look amazing on every body shape and Size., also I just love all things high waisted. I wear these out dressed up slightly more and even to the beach dressed down.
Here I have paired it with a Zara off the shoulder shirt which anything off the should HELLO FRIEND… (how I feel about the whole off the should thing lol) and my black Jimmy Choo sandals. So comfortable and perfect when you are trying to beat the heat., plus a little leg never hurt anyone!!!!
Hey loves…honestly I have always been pretty athletic, and by athletic I mean… I've always loved to be active and moving. Don't get me wrong though…. I HATE the gym with a passion.. but you don't need a gym to be fit and healthy. Also, "fit" does not mean you are any less or anymore healthy then whatever a non "fit" person is lol. Anyway… I have heard for the longest time that when you buy new workout gear that you love it will motivate you to workout… so I figured I'd test the logic behind this!
I have loads of workout clothes but most my workout pants get used as leggings for daily use… you know, stuff other then working out haha!! (the shame). But this wasn't going to stop me from trying this maybe with a different mind set this time. So I purchased new Nikes and Workout clothes and you guyssssss… no lie.. it's true!!!! Couldn't wait to wear it the next morning to workout.
Okay so this is obviously because you are excited to wear your new items.. I don't know how much of this "motivation" is actually because your ass wants to workout haha but even if it's for one day, Then Hey… you freaking did it!
Conclusion: Buying new workout clothes DOES motivate a workout. How long that motivation last… well, that's questionable! But nonetheless…. start small and make daily progress and changes.