Here’s a shocker: pole wear is expensive. Unless you purchase a generic sports bra and shots, anything that makes you stand out in the studio can be quite costly. I own one official pole outfit. It cost me £45 on sale. So, what do I wear instead of pole wear? I like to use swimwear for pole fitness.
Looking on RoseGal for Swimwear for Pole Fitness
I’m not going to lie, there are affiliate links in this article. However, I have shopped on RoseGal many times before for my pole/swimwear. I think it’s a great website for buying affordable options for the studio! I’m sure you have seen many of my purchases if you happen to follow my Instagram. So, I have decided to share a few of my latest top pics to inspire you!
I picked out this piece, simply because I thought the floral print on the front was cute. The halterneck will keep you tucked in and secure while you invert and butterfly. So, this is a cute, safe option for those who don’t feel too daring.
You can’t go wrong with a little black number. The crossed neck is ideal for keeping yourself secure if you’re a bit larger on the chest. This is a perfect option for when you’re just doing a bit of basic training but still want to slay.
I’m not usually a fan of blue tones (opposite of pink so…), but I love the textured pattern on this! If you’re a fan of all things boho then I say go for this. The almost denim style from this is certainly different to your typical sporty getup! This one is definitely going in my basket.
I love me some pink, but I also love to stand out more. This piece grabbed my eyes so fast. I can often feel uncomfortable in a two-piece (though I try to not let my insecurities get to me). However, this is great for showing a bit of skin while still feeling covered up! The gaps in this are perfect for skin grip around your waist without wearing two separate items.
I don’t think it would be right for me to talk about items that are only suited for smaller sizes. I’m all about BoSpo, so I thought I would find a few items for my gals with sexy curves. This was the first thing to catch my eye, and you can see why. the fifties were made for curves!
This two-piece is absolutely stunning! I really love the way the straps line around the chest to create almost a geometric effect. I don’t know why, but my favourite bit is the laddering on the bottoms. I think it just helps the overall design appear bolder and more attention-grabbing. I also found it in lilac!
All of us need a little black number, and here is a show stopper for plus size gals! I love the entire thing. I literally cannot decide if I prefer the bustier or the slits on the sides of the bottoms. I think the entire thing looks absolutely amazing and I’d like 10 in my size, please.
To Conclude, Swimwear is a Great Affordable Alternative
By choosing to shop swimwear instead of pole wear, you can save yourself a fair bit of cash while still looking fab in the studio! I have been doing this for many years and I can’t imagine spending so much on proper kit (unless I were competing of course). I hope these RoseGal items have inspired you to look for other options when it comes to kitting out your poledrobe!