I love one and really strongly dislike the other. To set the tone on a positive note since its so cool to receive new things to try out I will start with the
Just try and disregard the fact that my belly was peaking out in the photo! I guess thats what I get for being a ham while the expo director took a pic for me.
It was chilly that morning and I stayed comfortable in my hoodie. Oh and did I mention it has lots of pockets!
It even has a small pocket on the left sleeve and all of the pockets on the outside zip. There are two deep pockets on the inside as well. It has a great fit and the hood fits snuggly and doesn't get in the way of my vision when up.
Now the Yang. I have yet to write a negative review and doing so feels a bit awkward. however I have to say I have never disliked shorts more than these and maybe just maybe my opinion will change the way we see womens and mens style in running. (You know how I love a man in a kilt!!)
There is no reason that women should be looking less than hot when sweating.( All puns intended even though they are probably bad).
This fantastic blog post by Iris had made my love of skorts grow even deeper! Oh and go tell Iris not to stop blogging!
I try to avoid clothing that makes me look frumpy. I have worked hard to better my running and loose the baby weight from having my four kids. Everything about my body has changed and my style has too. No more frumpy ill fitting and unflattering clothes running or otherwise. I still love jeans and t-shirts but now I pay attention to how they look. Comfort can and should be flattering too.
I have come to love running skirts for daily living as well as running. So any other style will have to live up to my already established love of skirts. I consciously chose to remind myself to be open minded in my review of the ALO r