Fitness influencer stuns after revealing entire outfit cost $29 at Kmart

A fitness influencer has caused jaws to drop after revealing her entire outfit cost just $29 from a budget retailer.

Amy Megna, a women’s fitness coach and professional bikini model from Victoria, showed off her new Kmart workout outfit – leaving people speechless over its price.

In a video shared showing off her figure-hugging outfit, Amy detailed the two pieces from the budget store she was wearing, declaring: “Kmart have stepped it up.”

“Oh my God, these cost $14,” she explains in the viral video, showing off a trendy pair of “scrunch bum” bike shorts to the camera.

“The waistband is really compressive and it has the little scrunch detailing which makes your booty look unreal.”

Amy then goes on to reveal her top, a light blue ribbed zip crop, was just $15.

“I’m losing my mind right now, this whole outfit was $29,” she concludes.

Text written across Amy’s video reinforced her love for the outfit, reading: “Go to Kmart right now, buy this outfit.”

For those keen to recreate her look, the fitness pro – who has just over 7000 followers across Instagram and TikTok – was wearing a new addition to the Kmart apparel range, the “¼ ZIP Seamfree Top in Blue Spot”.

She’d paired it with the brand’s “Seamfree High Rise Scrunch Short in Black, which is part of Anko’s 365 Range and is available year-round.

“Kmart’s High-Rise Scrunch Short is made from ultra soft, recycled nylon and has become workout staple within our Kmart community,” a spokesperson for the discount retailer told

“The new Seamfree Top has also been incredibly popular since launch and we love how customers are using this piece to layer their workout and everyday looks.

“At just $14 and $15 respectively, these pieces represent great value for our community, and we are so excited that customers are loving these pieces.”

Amy’s followers clearly loved the bargain outfit, with many stating they were “running” to Kmart after seeing it.

“Ummmmmm yesssssss, on my way to Kmart,” one wrote.

“Brb heading straight to Kmart,” another declared.

As one said: “So much yes.”

“No way?” another pushed.

Others showered Amy with praise, adorably noting: “Yeah but you’d look good in anything.”

The “amazing” find comes after the Australian retailer announced it was launching an entire fashion collection for Gen Z shoppers.

Among the nostalgic womenswear pieces included a selection of halter-neck tops, studded clothes, flares and oversized parachute pants.

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