Happy 2017 everyone!!
The year where we are all going to get "fit & healthy" right? Until someone offers you a cookie or free pizza.
I'm really feeling this "athletic" trend going on - joggers, adidas, sneakers. It makes it socially acceptable to be lazy, and I LOVE IT!
Obviously adidas has been all the rage, and I, of course, caved in to purchase a shirt. Let me tell you something: I live in this shirt. Jeans? adidas shirt. Shorts? adidas shirt. Skirt? adidas shirt. You get the point.
I was indifferent about joggers, but I'm so glad I purchased them! When I'm having a lazy day but don't want to look completely homeless, I wear these.
Yeezys... I mean Sketchers. Yes, my friends, Sketchers. I never pictured myself buying a pair of Sketchers BUT these looked like Yeezys and were $45. How could you pass that up? They're probably the most comfortable shoes I have every worn. I wear them when I plan on walking a lot or when I'm driving long distances. I even wore them to the gym this morning (NY resolution going strong)!
Now, for my favorite part: the bag. My family is filled with wanderlust - my grandparents & mom were travel agents, and my sister is currently living in Italy. While my grandparents were still agents, we traveled to the coolest places: Alaska, Hawaii, Europe. My mom had this awesome idea to buy patches at each location (I forgot a few and am super disappointed), so I bought this backpack to sew them on to. I'm thinking about upgrading to a duffle because I'm running out of room! I want to travel the world and cover an entire duffle bag. #goals right?
I'm accepting donations to buy a cool duffle, so just let me know if you're interested...
Kidding, unless you actually want to donate; that'd be pretty cool.