Apparel for Athletes

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If you’re someone who feels the most comfortable in active wear, but can’t wear sweatpants or yoga pants to work, you might want to check out Aesparel. It’s a German clothing brand that makes business and casual wear for athletes. They sent me an outfit to try and promote so I made this video to show that you can easily do a workout in this apparel.

P.S. You can use this discount code on their website “ZUZKA20” for 20% off!! The website is in english as well – look for the flag in the top right corner. They do ship internationally.

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What do you think? Can you see yourself go to work in this outfit and then do a workout on a lunch break? Haha.

What do you wear to work?



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10 comments on “Apparel for Athletes”

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    Private  |  FL, USA

    I’m lucky that my “office” is a riding arena, and my “desk” is a horse 🐴 😄 so I spend much of my time in riding clothes. But even when I’m not riding, I almost always have on some type of workout attire. I’d love to get those jeans! Pretty sure I could wear them for light riding, too.

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    Private  |  Amman, Jordan

    😳 wow how comfortable those jeans looks!!

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    Private  |  Bogotá, D.C, Colombia

    I would definetely use something like that. I’m a teacher so I can go to work wearing jeans, and yes, I actually do flexibility in my breaks, but I have teared appart various pants, so those can be an excellent choice, but I don’t know if I can find them here. I’m going to look into it…

    Have a nice day.

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    Private  |  Jura, France

    since you told us the type of jeans you wear, I bought it and can’t find myself comfortable in any other pair (pepe jean’s Venus) So basically I wear the same day-in day-out and was about to ask a coffee talk about clothing for “athlete”. I came across Barbell Apparel, but as the one you show, these are slim/thight fit and I don’t like wearing those every day.
    I am comfortable in low waist and need space for my thighs and butt.
    I mostly struggle with thighs, because if the cut is not good, it pulls the pants down.

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      Private  | 

      I love Second Clothing’s Yoga Jeans ( They have skinny and regular fits, tons of stretch and much more affordable. My favourite is the mid rise skinny with zippers at the ankles. Quality is awesome and best of all….Made in Canada! As a proud Canadian, have to give a shout out for this local product that lasts years. For 2017: Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

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    Private  |  Czech Republic

    nice 🙂

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    Private  | 

    want those jeans definately!!! you look great in everything Z

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    Private  |  Germany

    They do look great, I also like the top. But do they fit bigger thighs & butt I wonder? Anyone tried? And I would be interested in how long those last – stretching them all day 😀 as they are quite expensive.

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      Private  |  Prague, Czech Republic

      Just check their web site, there are some photos of women with really muscular thighs and butt 🙂

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    Private  |  OHIO, United States

    Even if you are not doing a workout in these clothes, it just looks comfortable for everyday life- getting in and out of a car, carrying grocery bags, stretching to reach things, bending to pick up things, racing after kids, going to the park, walking your dog, etc. I was trying to find a link for English on their website

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