When I decided I wanted to tackle my health, I really wanted to set myself up for success. If you are anything like me, the idea of walking into the gym is terrifying enough, let alone doing it in pants that don’t fit or shirts that wiggle. Cue Rainbeau Curves. I had seen some of their styles sported on bloggers and plus size influencers and had been keen on their usage of cool prints. I decided, if I was going to be sweating like a beast… at least I could look good doing it! Well, as good as possible. (grin)
When I reached out to them, the folks at Rainbeau Curves were kind enough to send me a selection of their bestselling plus size activewear. Check out this haul!
Let me cue this by clarifying, I haven’t worn leggings since 2011. I might have thrown some on under a dress years ago but, that was it! So, I was kind of like a kid in a candy store when flipping through the site to pick out my favorite plus size activewear pieces. Founded and based in San Francisco, this family-owned business has been working with spandex (give me allllll the stretchy-goodness!) for over 30 years.
I was immediately drawn to the colorful, abstract print of their Angela Print Zip Up-Jacket.
Standup collar? Pockets? Thumb holes? Sign me up!! But I was also loving the fact that I could mix and match this same print along a variety of plus size activewear styles like leggings and a tank top.
Let’s talk leggings. First, here’s a quick selfie I snapped wearing their plus size compression leggings.
My quick thoughts? These leggings are supple, substantial and, with a power stretch lining, keep me pulled in nice and tight. For lack of better expressions… I feel super secure in these! LOL.
In the upcoming weeks I’ll talk more about my new plus size activewear and you’ll see me sporting these styles at the gym and around town on social media. For now, here’s a quick overview of Rainbeau Cuves and where you can find them online. Thanks for supporting my quest to be Greater at 40!
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When someone commits to being more healthy, even if they have a long way to go, I tell them… Congratulations! Commitment is the most challenging part of the process! Any time you feel like giving up, always remember that moment you made this commitment to yourself and why. Take all the time you need to achieve your goal, progress over perfection.
Xela, Marketing Manager and Content Producer