Years ago, full-figured gals had very few choices in workout attire including frumpy, elastic-waist sweatpants and over-sized t-shirts or men's "jogging suits" -- nylon sweatpants with a matching zip-up jacket.
Beyond this extensive color selection, you'll find that all of these shorts come in a quick drying, UPF 50, have a one hundred percent nylon finish, a three piece mesh liner and an elastic waist with a drawstring close.
Additionally, while there are other materials on the market, nylon tends to be the most wallet friendly, and it comes in such a wide array of colors and styles that finding the right suit to fit your personality shouldn't be an issue.
In the winter, combine that same nightgown (or a nightshirt in a shorter length with long sleeves) with nylon pants for a warm, cozy pajama set, perfect for wearing in front of the television while you sip hot chocolate before bed.
While nylon, spandex and various forms of polyester have allowed for a lot of variety in bra styles and patterns as well as levels of support and performance, a lot of women not only prefer the classic cotton, but need it.