Remember as a kid wanting everything Lisa Frank? They were those crazy colored notebooks and school supplies that were of tigers and dolphins and were super fun and girly. Well I would say Lorna Jane is the Lisa Frank of women’s workout apparel. It’s the coolest, most hip sweating gear I have seen yet. I love it, love it, love it! The colors and styles are insane. Lorna Jane, a former fitness trainer from Queensland, Australia started this fashionable fitness line which leaves its mark on how dressing to train should really be done. And that is in a light-hearted, fun, and upbeat style. She is a firm believer in active living and is a great inspiration to women all over the globe. Her clothing screams positive words of encouragement in super sassy sayings that’ll surely boost your self-esteem at the gym. Not only her line but also her blog, Move Nourish Believe is fantastic. It covers workouts, meal plans, and daily inspirations to help you lead a healthy, active lifestyle. This brand is a recent discovery for me and I am absolutely in love with it. The idea of combining positivity in a more sassy light makes working out in her clothes so much fun. Below my lovely mother is modeling her purple tank which reads: “Work hard. Play hard. Believe in yourself. Laugh often. Be strong. Stay humble. Keep honest. Smile often. Be thankful. Love always. And never ever give up.” I am sporting one of her newest additions, the Elektra mesh excel tank and her neon yellow sports bra. I must admit Lorna Jane’s sports bras are my favorite sports bras. They are the most comfortable ones I’ve ever worn! I love brands like this that have a deeper meaning to it. In the end it’s all about helping out one another. Working out can be very tiring, disheartening, and no fun at all. But Lorna Jane knows how to inspire you to be your best self and that’s something l strongly support.
Lorna Jane’s Vision: “Our vision extends beyond the product. We don’t just sell activewear, we sell an active way of life. Our garments encourage women to achieve their best through Active Living and ultimately reach their full potential.”
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