Love a good, bright long sleeved running shirt. It makes it easier to stand out during races and can be super fun to wear casually too.
Nike Dri-Fit Knit Epic Crew: Originally $85, paid $10.
I didn't really understand wearing wool on winter runs until I got a wool nike hoodie while thrifting when I first started getting into thrifting as a hobby. Now if I find it (and if it fits) I love to stock up on it!!
Nike Dri-Fit Wool Hoodie: Originally $90, paid $6.50!!
Case in point: Icebreaker. It is a fantastic brand based out of New Zealand. Everything is super lightweight and made really well. This jacket had a tiny hole in it that looked like it had been cut with scissors. Enter my sewing skills: I just sewed it up with some purple thread and now it's barely even noticeable!!
Icebreaker Victory Long Sleeve Zip: Originally $150, paid $7!!!
Love a good shade of purple. All the seams make me a little nervous that it might chafe on long runs, but still worth a shot!
Athleta Run On Tank: Originally $39, paid $9.
Support tanks: Not just super convenient, but SO comfy when done right. (I don't really wear them for running, but it's great for a day outside working in the yard!)
Athleta PR Tank: Originally $59, paid $9.
Purses are one of those things where I am mostly fearless because it is actually so easy to clean them. Most leather bags you can toss into soapy water for a soak, and liners can be pulled out for a good scrubbing. Then you can stuff it with towels to reshape it while it dries. Once dry, you can use a leather conditioner to bring the leather back to life. (Take note, this is the quick way to clean a leather bag. Your mileage may vary based on the condition of the bag when you get it.) With this one it's in mostly good shape (except for some minor issues) and the leather still has that lovely leathery smell.
Fossil Hayden Satchel in Berry: Originally $218, paid $9.
CW-X makes great compression leggings, but they are always so expensive that they can be cost prohibitive. Until I find them while thrifting in amazing shape.
CW-X Pro Tights: Originally $115, paid $10.
Two pairs of CW-X leggings in my size in the same trip?! Yes, please!
CW-X Stabilyx 3/4 tights: Originally $95, paid $10.
I really enjoy Lululemon's clothes, but have a hard time justifying the price. And I've never set foot in a Lululemon store. It can be hard to find the right size while out thrifting, but when you do it is so worth it!
Lululemon Method Wrap: Originally $118, paid $15.
Anyone find anything good while thrift shopping? Or racing this weekend?? I have my first Road Ragnar this weekend in Pennsylvania! (I am so nervous! I'm going to be running over 17 miles and I've never run that far before, even if it is stretched out over about 24 hours with the entire relay being nearly 40 hours.)