Until I officially move to the city outskirts with Anthony, I’m soaking in as much city grit as I can.I love you, Petworth.Not only for your rustic charm, but also for your rugged track!
As I’ve stated before, I struggle to push myself to make it to the track. Just not my favorite workout. But today I was motivated — because I had new gear! Sporting a new sweat-tastic tank from Cory Vines.
The racerback tank is made from “moisture-wicking” fabric that actually stayed pretty light — not bogged down with sweat — during my 85-degree jog this morning. Cory Vines says that what makes them different from the rest is the “integrity of our textiles.” I mostly just like them because the shirt is cute, breathable, and affordable. And Cory Vines seems like a cool company.
Favorite things about the top: Breezy, light fabric; large arm holes and thin straps (no chafing!); longer cut; cute colors; durable fabric. If I could improve one thing about the top, I’d make the neckline a little higher (it’s allllmost too low). Also, note that the sizes at Cory Vines seem to run a bit bigger than Lululemon or Nike — I originally ordered a small but had to exchange for an XS, which was a much better fit.
If you want to snag one of these “Lululemon-quality” tops, you can use the code mary10 at the checkout for 10% off. Enjoy!
Not only did I have a new top today, but I also found a new mascot!Awwww.
This post is sponsored by Woodward Table, whose beer and pizza hit the spot last night and definitely made me a better sprinter this morning.Actually, it’s really sponsored by Anthony, who agrees to join me during these special moments.I am lucky. Also, let’s take a moment to look at my nails. Not a single one chipped! Lifetime record for me. My goal for the day is to not touch anything.Have a great day you guys!
- What’s your go-to workout clothes brand?
- Do you drink during the week?
- If you had to run forever in one setting, would it be: boring but safe suburbs? lonely but beautiful wilderness? or dangerous but exciting city alleyways?