Here are my October Picks for the ladies:
It's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Moving Comfort not only has great, supportive sports bras, but the company is also donating $1 from each bra purchase this month to the "Feel Your Boobies" campaign which reminds women to be proactive about their health.
The Moving Comfort Juno Bra ($52) is their top rated bra and is great for high impact workouts because of it's racerback and seamless molded cups for compression. So, if you are looking for a flattering, no bounce bra, this one's for you!
As the weather begins to get cooler, the Brooks Versatile EZ Long Sleeve Top ($32) is a great lightweight top or layering piece. The heathered fabric is a moisture wicking, antimicrobial material and comes in four flattering colors.
What makes this top unique is the flattering seams in a contrast color stitch and a pretty Blossom printed pattern inside the neckline which gives this top a more feminine look.
The Nike Lady Tech Capri Running Tights($55) are a favorite among runners although they are great for just about any workout. I just got myself a pair and they are not only comfy but very flattering as well. They have a fitted silhouette and Dri-FIT fabric to wick away sweat and keep you dry.
Here are my October Picks for the men:
The Equilibrium Thermal Long Sleeved Top ($55) is made up of a lightweight, soft fabric - perfect for those cooler days. It also has thumbholes for extra hand warmth. The paneled color blocking gives it a sporty look and it has a tighter fit - perfect for layering as the weather gets even colder.
I recently blogged about the Nike 7" Tempo 2-in-1 Running Shorts ($52) but am posting them again as one of my picks this month. They come with a zip pocket at the center back waist for your iPod or other media player along with an internal key pocket. However, the best feature is the built-in, compression-fit boxer briefs that offer both comfort and support, making these an easy choice for any sport.