Looking for the perfect activewear top to wear while you're out on your next run? Check out this blog post that takes a look at some of the many styles on the market, and offers tips for finding the right one!
The primary reason why people say it's a no-go to wear white is because of the fact that sweat can break down the dye and cause discoloration. But if you use an anti-stain detergent, this isn't really much of an issue. Plus, your clothes still get dirty when you run in all sorts of other colors so why not go for something brighter?
Wearing white activewear has never been a problem for me because I usually don't wear it outside of my workouts. I would not recommend wearing tiresome, stretchy white activewear that shows sweat and other stains as it will make you appear as though you do not care about yourself.
I'm not sure if there is any hard data on this, but it seems like most runners wear some kind of white activewear - whether it's leggings, shorts or a t-shirt. I was running in my hometown of New York City this past weekend and practically every woman I saw had on one of these outfits.
In conclusion, the best running clothes are those that are lightweight and provide good ventilation. Consider purchasing a sports bra, a long sleeve shirt with thumb holes, and an additional piece of clothing to protect your torso from the elements. Don't forget to wear a hat or visor for protection from the sun. As far as footwear goes, there are options for every level of runner whether going on a short training run or participating in a marathon.