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Sunday, 20 March 2016

What I Wear to Workout

hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi

hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi
hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi
hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi
hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi
hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi
hijab fashion indian style blog farheen naqi

I can safely say I'm a noob when it comes to working out, let alone working out in a scarf. As far as modest workout-wear goes, as always comfort comes first. If I'm working out outdoors, I usually go for a long over-sized t-shirt with tights or joggers so I can feel comfortable doing any physical activity.

I've been seeing joggers everywhere lately, whether they're in the activewear category or a dressier take on the trend. I find these to be way more comfortable than tights, especially in the summer, and also a bit more modest. The tees I like to wear tend to be from the menswear section, as they're not only over-sized but longer as well. The next time you're in a store, have a look in the boys section and you'd be surprised to find a lot of cute stuff.

If you'd like to get active and workout outdoors, I'd recommend wearing a jersey scarf like I have in this post. They're stretchable so it helps to create any shape you want and does not slip from your head. I also like to pin the ends together so they stay down instead of flapping around. If you'd like more breathing room, you can also wear a loose turban with a high-neck top. I used to feel awkward about working out in a scarf in the beginning, but all it takes is one moment of awkwardness to take control of your life and live the way you want to live it.

I used to have one of the most unhealthy diets and somehow overtime I've managed to change my lifestyle. Let me know if you'd like me to do a post on how I got healthier or my fitness routine!

Outfit Details:

Top - Reebok Men (Old) Similar here and here 
Joggers - Forever 21 Similar here and here
Shoes - Adidas ZX Flux
Jersey Scarf - Hijab-ista

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