Yes. It can happen. Even after the not so pretty moments of Sunday's race.
And yes, EVEN after my totally grown up birdie flip-off.
This morning I am feeling like a woman.
Well, because of this:
I was lucky enough to be able to review this skirt from "Go Girl Sport". [and meet "S" at the expo in Tucson!]
Now. Please know .......
I am guilty.
I always tell others how much I love the skirts they wear. And in all honesty, I do. But when it comes to me [personally] wearing one . . . . My little judgement fairy in my brain whispers, "but no one will take you seriously Emz, if you wear a skirt when you run."
I. said. I. was. guilty.
All. Of. It.
The one I received is the "tuxedo skort" .
I have worn it on three runs [prior to this review]. Longest run of the three was eight miles.
Truth be told, I was concerned about the inner lining.
Even though the item description said:
Don't save this skirt for a black tie event! The Tuxedo Skort is great for racing, hiking or kickin' it at the gym - and destined to be a staple in your athletic wear wardrobe. This flattering design features a low rise waistline with a wide band to keep things smooth. Front and back mesh panels will keep you cool and pique the interest of those around you. Attached 3" inseam boy short has offset seams, sewn outward to avoid chafing.
I was still a little concerned about the "chaffing" as the fabric didn't hug my legs very tight - - - but no chaffing. awesome.
The Pita gave me flack about it, when it arrived [as was expected - he knew of my feeling towards skirts].
But it "passed".
Yes. It. EVEN, passed. the. Pita. test . . . .
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which, well, let's say . . . . does NOT happen very often.
Now, to forward a little love on to you . . .
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