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Skirt Sports Isn't Just For Working Out

Over on my running blog, Will Run For Ice Cream, I've been talking about how excited I am to be a (affiliate link) Skirt Sports Ambassador Captain for 2016.

Will Run For Ice Cream is geared more to my fitness journey, but I wanted to share with you here on Today's Words of Glass about the Skirt Sports products. Why? Because I love them, and I think they are definitely more versatile than just running or working out gear.

I have a small booty (although it's been growing ever since I got pregnant with Lil Man), but I still like to keep my parts covered - when working out or just out and about. That's one thing that I really love about Skirt Sports is that my booty and ahem other parts are covered.

I think my confidence level has soared since I've started wearing their products.

That being said, they are cute and stylish enough to wear to the playground, playdates, coffee shop, shopping or even a night out depending on the occasion.

I'm new to Skirt Sports. In fact, it's been less than a month that I tried for the first time one of their products. (Shhhh... don't tell Hubby), but since then I now have 1 tank (2 other shirts in route to be delivered), 1 skirt/capri, 2 skirts/leggings and 3 skirts. And trust me, my collection will be growing.

The colors range from black to bold.

Basically, I'm very passionate about Skirt Sports, and I think if you give them a try you will be too.

You can use my code MGR20 and save 20% at Skirt Sports. (affiliate link)

I just wanted to share with you a great company that I'm truly passionate about.

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