Happy Saturday! I don’t know about you guys but it’s been freezing in Dallas! We are on our third day of snow & ice… It’s definitely made it more challenging to get my workouts in but I do have to say it’s been fun to have a little winter weather mix for a change!
Today’s post is about proving to you just how easy it is to make the IDEO streamlined (aka undercover) with your outfits all while not having to hide it. Take a look below. Do you even notice the IDEO…? ☺
|find yourself some cool running tights 🙂|
|These long running tights fit great with the IDEO|
|Black workout tights are even more stealthy…|
Another great staple to have is black workout tights. Your local running store will carry these. Nike & lululemon also have a wide selection but they are $$… so I recommend checking out TJ Maxx or Marshalls – you can find some great deals there!
Note: Make sure that the workout tights you are buying are fitted near the ankle. The last thing you want is the material from the pant bunching up, so definitely make sure when you try them on that the material fits snuggly all the way down (don’t buy too big). Another point to mention is that if your tights are a little loose at the bottom, you can do what you normally would do with skinny jeans and pull the pant on over the lateral side bars at the bottom. I personally prefer the tights to be snug so that I don’t have to do that but it is an option to consider if you like it looser.
|black IDEO. black tights. grey shoes. black top. blue dress ♥|
Just another day breaking the stereotype that you can’t wear tennis shoes with your nice clothes and look cute at the same time 🙂 Style tip: Look for flowy dresses that you can wear with tights. This will make for some fun outfits!
Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak. – Rachel Zoe
Enjoy your week everyone. Next weekend I’ll be in Arizona for work and will be running in a race while I’m there so stay tuned!
As always, please don’t hesitate to comment or reach out. Would love to hear from you guys!
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