Thursday, November 13, 2014

Cropped Leggings to Full Length Leggings In A Flash!

The fitness fashion question of the decade, how can we make our workout leggings even MORE functional than try already are? In the summer, we don’t really care, it’s hot and we want to wear as little as possible, but in the winter? Give me layers upon layers upon layers, I can’t handle the cold.

Enter socks. Lots and lots of socks. Over the knee socks, knee socks, thigh high socks, ankle socks, tube socks, and any other length of sock you can think of. I need insulation inside my boots, but depending on the length of my leggings, I need different types of socks.

Knee tights? Over the knee socks to ruche just above the top of the boot and cover above the crop.

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3/4 Tights? Knee socks to cover the open part of my leg but make my leggings look like fashion leggings.

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Skegging? Thigh high socks add a cute layer of dimension to the look and because your thigh is covered with legging, it makes it wearable.

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Full length leggings? Full socks may suffocate you, which brings me to my latest obsession: boot cuffs. A 6″ “leg warmer” that adds a little something to your look without bulk.

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Pro Tip? Make sure the sock comes above the top of your boot! Add dimension to your look without awkward proportions.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Atlanta Bubble Soccer!

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I’ve officially found the greatest sport ever, a sport where I finally can’t get hurt, Bubble Soccer! Atlanta Sport and Social Club was kind enough to let me rent their bubbles for The Boy’s birthday, as if we were 8 years old, but it was the best day and we had so much fun!

I can’t even begin to explain how amazing this was, and I highly suggest you plan to join their bubble soccer league starting in Piedmont Park. The games are short, thank God, because those bubbles are heavier than you’d think! Check out all these great videos of our time playing bubble soccer for Nate’s birthday and find a bubble soccer league in your city, too!

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