Dallas, TX. (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
If you are looking for a way to stretch your clothing budget while sprucing up your workout wardrobe, KaMIT has some ideas. KaMIT president Dorris Bogus says you should learn to select clothes that can serve a dual purpose.
“If you want your fitness wear to be a step above T-shirts or sweats, but don’t want to spend a lot of money, look for clothes that you can work out in and be casual in as well,” said Dorris Bogus. “Some fabrics, like organic cotton or bamboo, work well in fitness-wear designs because they have natural wicking properties and draw perspiration away from your body.” These fabrics are easy to maintain and, as a bonus, are eco-friendly.
KaMIT focuses its fashion line on designs that can be used as fitness wear or upscale casual wear. “It’s more than just throwing a jacket or wrap over your workout wear,” Dorris explained. “We try to design tops that can stand alone in the gym or in casual settings just by changing out your accessories.”
Bogus suggests that you look for fitness wear that you can enhance and wear casually; or look for inexpensive casual clothes that you can wear at the gym. Think outside the box when it comes to your workout cover-up. Wear a colorful cover-up, throw a scarf around your neck, and add some cute pumps while you run errands or go to a meeting; then instantly be ready to work out by taking off the cover-up and changing into your athletic shoes.
For more details and designs, visit http://www.kamitsport.com.
About KaMIT Sport: KaMIT president Dorris Bogus is a certified fitness trainer who combined her passions for fitness and fashion. She loves designing versatile and functional pieces. She built KaMIT around the concept of sportswear with flair for women who want active wear that doubles as upscale, casual clothing. Many of the pieces in the KaMIT Eco-Friendly line are 95 percent bamboo. As you exercise, bamboo clothing wicks moisture away from your body and keeps you cooler. All of the clothing is designed and produced in Dallas, Texas.
Bogus has been named a finalist in the Texas Next Top Designer competition twice.