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I am always looking for new, comfortable clothing since that is what I LIVE IN, especially pregnant! My new favorite spot to shop for affordable, comfortable clothing is from Wear Me Out! Head on over to the new Spring 2014 Collection and see what the fuss is all about! Introducing Christmas Fuschia, Acai, and Evergreen to the mix. Mix and Match the items to merchandise tons of different looks and styles.
I received the super comfortable and cute Long Tunic Throwover in Evergreen and I am LOVING it! It is made from such comfortable material and is so great with leggings, skinny jeans or yoga pants!
Made from WMO French Terry Fabric, the long tunic throwover is fade and shrink resistant. A-line hem ensure booty coverage while 3/4 length dolman sleeves keeps this top loose and comfortable.
Elastic yet loose, this fabric lays perfectly on your body giving any piece of clothing the perfect movement and flow! It's not too sheer, nor too heavy... it is just right to keep you warm throughout any season!
This seems to run a little big or true to size so even if you like your tunics big for comfort reasons, go with your regular size!
I also really like the Signature Roll Down Pants!
The original rolldown pant is a simple design that can be paired with any top. It is lightweight, soft, and hugs all the right areas to flatter every curve of your body. Pair it with a tank and head to yoga or a tunic and go to the farmers market. This item is versatile and fits your active lifestyle needs.
These pants seem to run a little small so I recommend ordering a size larger than normal.
Buy It: You can purchase All Wear Me Out products online at http://www.wearmeoutclothing.com and select nationwide boutiques. Wear Me Out is also available at Cardio Barre gyms and select pilates and yoga studios across the nation and retails from $26-$68.
* Thank you to Wear Me Out for their product for review! Disclosure - This product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.*