10 of the cutest sports bras for under $15
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When hitting the gym, everyone wants to look and feel their best. But if you're tired of spending paycheck after paycheck at boutique fitness stores, don't worry, we're right there with you! With that in mind, head to your nearest mall and check out stores like Forever21 and H&M. While you might not think that these fast fashion stores will have much in the way of fitness gear, we think you'll be pleasantly surprised!
With a huge selection of workout leggings, shorts, tops, and sports bras, you can easily update your fitness wardrobe without breaking the bank. Check out these 10 fashionable sports bras that are each under $15!
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Not only does this sports bra give support and a bright pop of color, the best part about it is its lace-up back!
We love this edgy graphic pattern from H&M- and did we mention it comes in pink too? Score!
This cross over bra top will definitely give you support while also keeping things trendy and stylish in heather gray.
We are obsessed with this splatter paint bra! The black and white colors keep things neutral while letting the pattern shine through.
Not only would this bra rock in the gym, but it would also look so cute peeking out of a tank top or scoop neck tee!
While white goes with everything, who couldn't use a quick boost of energy in the gym- check out the "motivation" reminder!
Pink is a total power color and can jazz up an all black everything gym ensemble!
The zipper detail on this bra, as well as the hidden message on the bottom band, turn an otherwise plain bra into a statement.
You will be turning heads in this bra that features one of this year's most popular fashion trends- cutouts!
While a little black dress is a wardrobe staple, so is a basic black sports bra! It goes with everything in your closet and looks totally fierce.
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