I did a Primark gym haul – their sports bras are perfect for big boobs and you get two for £10 | The Sun
14th August 2023

A FASHION fan has hailed Primark gymwear for supporting big boobed girlies – and the sports bras are cheap too.

Abbie Blyth regularly shares her fashion and beauty picks on social media where she boasts 283,000 followers (@abbieblyth).

In a recent TikTok video, the 28-year-old did a huge Primark haul for hitting the gym.

Abbie, who owns her own fashion brand BLY, admitted she usually buys oversized clothes to hide her body but needed new outfits for spin classes.

Holding up her shopping bag for the camera, she said: "Obviously went and done damage again.

"Primark’s where it’s at these days guys, honestly I am all for it."

The blonde beauty can then be seen modelling a pair of black gym shorts, sports bra and figure-hugging zipped top.

"This whole set is Primark", she said.

"I’m trying to be a little more confident in the gym.

"I tend to wear the baggiest clothes you’ll ever see so that you’ll never see an ounce of my body.

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"But I don’t know if you’ve been to Revolution Spin in Glasgow, you drip in sweat. So the least amount of clothing, the better."

Trying something new with just a sports bra instead of a top, Abbie then admitted: "Now I love girls who wear sports bras to the gym. 

"But I just think the minute you’ve got big boobs it instantly looks a bit weird, as if you’re trying to show them off.

"I hate my boobs so that’s not what I’m trying to do.

"But anyway, I say that as I whip my top open."

And she was more than happy with the support the bra gave her.

"These babies aren’t going anywhere", she joked.

"Cute gym outfit, and I got everything in the Glasgow city centre store. Happy shopping."

The sports bra comes in a pack of two – one black and one grey – and costs just £10 for the pair.

Describing the fitness essential online, Primark bosses said: "Nothing should get in the way of your workout, but especially not the discomfort of feeling unsupported.

"We're making it easier to run, stretch, and lift while feeling in control with this duo of sports bras!

"Made with a soft and firm stretch sports material for a fit that'll keep you feeling supported and uplifted, these bras boast a classic round neckline, wide adjustable straps for extra comfort, a racerback rear, and a thick underband while the two neutral tones make for effortless styling and colour matching.

"Perfect for pairing with some leggings or shorts solo or for layering under a tee or your favourite hoodie or sweatshirt pump-cover, we're betting they'll be scoring points as best supporting teammate."

Abbie also bagged a lightweight gym T-shirt in her haul as well as a water bottle and another, higher necked, sports bra which she said is "perfect if you don’t want as much boob on show".

Her video racked up more than 18,000 views as social media users gushed "love your hauls".

Fashionista Abbie is set to hit our TV screens next year as reality show The Agency: Unfiltered returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.

The new series will once again follow Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, its founders Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore, and their clients.

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Kirsten and Amy said: "We're so excited to have the opportunity to share our story with viewers once again, showing them the unfiltered reality of our world.

"We're passionate about what we do and it’s been humbling to see the audience response to the first series.  We can’t wait to get going on series two.”  

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