Marisa and I had the best time at our Bandier event, partnering with Go Red for Women! Our collaboration with Bandier and the American Heart Association was a perfect fit to bring awareness to the important issue of heart disease and stroke in women, and to promote a healthy, active lifestyle. Everyone who attended the event left with great new pieces to inspire their workouts!
Despite the rainy weather, we had a fantastic turnout! Everyone enjoyed a discount on their purchases, organic juices from Tribal, and loved that a percentage of sales was donated to Go Red. Special thanks to Bandier, Tribal, and to all who came out to shop for the cause with us! An invitation to the Dallas Go Red Luncheon is included at the end of this post, in case you are interested in attending or learning more. I attended this luncheon last year and it was a wonderful experience!
- Alala Twist Back Tank (c/o Bandier): Love how soft and comfortable this tank is! The twisted back mesh detail makes it a unique piece to wear to workout or casually. I thought it fit true to size, and was slightly longer on me that it appears on their site.
- Alo Moto Panel Leggings: If you follow me on instagram, you know these leggings have been on repeat…they’ve become a favorite! The fabric is nice and thick, perfect for any workout. But the shiny moto panel details and mesh insets are what make these pants stand out from the rest! I get compliments every time I wear them!
- The Transience Flat Pouch (with stickers): This is a great little zippered pouch to carry keys, cards, phone, and a lip balm when you don’t want to bring along a handbag. And love the letter and symbol stick-ons you can use to customize!
- Vans Zipper Sneakers: I’m a fan of Vans slip-ons, and now I’ve fallen for these high top sneakers! Love how they look with leggings and with jeans. Plus, you can’t beat the comfort! A quick post workout shoe change and you’re ready to go!
To get the scoop on Marisa’s outfit, head over to MARHOW! I’ve linked the pieces below as well…
Thanks for stopping by!
Photography: Stephanie Drenka