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Gym Class Gear for Girls

If you don't have to wear a uniform for gym class, you're in luck! Unless you are completely stuck on what to wear. While most girls throw in any old t-shirt, a pair of short shorts or sweats, socks and sneakers, with the same effort, you could rock a cute little outfit that helps you move and wicks away sweat. We are loving ivivva's line of sporty styles for tweens and teens. Colorful, comfortable and cool, they make gym class no sweat!

Tops

Pick a top that suits the way you move so you can focus on your game, not keeping your clothes in place. ivivva's Catch Me if you Can tank and the Run or Racket tanks are form-fitting with a racer-back to help you focus on your moves. The Double Dutch tank has a cotton feel and 4-way stretch to move with you and a support hem band to keep it in place. Our favorite feature of the ivivva clothes is the no-sweat fabric that wicks away moisture and has an anti-stink finish to keep your body and your locker fresher.

Bottoms

Ordinary shorty gym shorts that make your butt sweat and leave elastic marks on your tummy. Cover your booty in style and comfort with shorts or capris that are chafe-resistant with a quilted or flat-seamed waistband instead. ivivva has many styles to choose from whether you are looking for a relaxed fit or a snug fit.

Hair

Keep a hairbrush and headband or elastic band to keep your hair in place and off your face while you run and jump, tumble, spike and climb. Keeping your hair off your face while you exercise will keep sweat and oil from clogging your pores and causing breakouts.

Feet

Change your socks for gym class even if you don't change your sneakers when you exercise. Keeping your feet dry helps you avoid blisters, foot funk, scaly, itchy feet and foot odor. Wear sneakers that don't just look cute. They have to fit well and help you move and do your best!

Pits

Don't forget the deodorant!

Have your Say

What's your favorite style from the clothing gallery? Will you be sporting new sportswear or wearing the same 'ol t-shirt and shorts? Share your opinions here!

 

For more back to school style ideas for gym class, visit ivivva.com

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