Since my weight loss surgery over two years ago, I've been more concerned when it comes to health products. I've lost over 100 Lbs so far on my journey, and still looking to lose more. One of my favorite workout wear is from a company called Running Chics. I own a number of products of theirs, and I must say that they're awesome. They're a company that sells woman's athletic clothing that are top quality, and affordable.
Their main theme is “running chics” but they also have Pilates people, Yoga Chics, Swimming Chics, Nurse Chics, Pregnant Chics, Soccer Chics, Marathon and Half Marathon Running Chics, Golfing Chics, Teaching Chics, and much more! What does that mean? With every item that you purchase, you get to select the icon/logo for that product.
I like to pair this dress with leggings or jeans, but it can be worn with tights, or bare legs. It's 55/45 cotton/polyester blend, and is great quality. I've been wearing mine for quite a few months now, and it's actually survived my terrible laundry habits!
Another awesome feature of their company is that they support Girls on the Run. A percentage of all their sales go to the Republic, Missouri, Girls on the run organization ran by Trish Hopkins, Council Director. Girls on the run is an international non-profit character development program for pre-teen girls that utilize a running format to teach life skills. Their mission is to “educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living.”
Interested in getting some stylish woman's athletic gear? Of course you are... click here to visit Running Chics! Interested in checking out their Facebook and Twitter for their latest updates, and a chance at some savings? Of course you do!
Keep an eye out starting this December, as Running Chics is joining in my "12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2013"! One lucky reader has a chance to win something from Running Chics. Be sure to swing by starting December 1st, as there will be new giveaways announced daily!
I received an item(s), in exchange for my honest opinion, and a review of my experience. I did not receive any other compensation or incentive nor was I required to write a positive review. Individual results or experiences may vary.