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Did you ever have one of those days when you’re just surfing around websites? Well, the other day, I was just kicking around on the internet, and I happened upon the website for Oiselle, a Seattle-based company that makes some nice running clothing (I particularly like their t-shirts). I noticed a tab that said Bridal. Curiously I clicked on it, and guess what? Oiselle makes a running dress which it calls the Runaway Bride Dress. The dresses are custom made and beautiful (albeit a little pricey ~ prices start at $1756.00).
According to the website:
It’s the first of its kind: a running wedding dress – made with all the elegance you want for your special day combined with all of the performance you need to run your best race. So whether you’re tying the knot at a world-class marathon, or simply a favorite 5K, you can say “I do” in high-performance, moisture wicking comfort.
- – ring pocket
- – bouquet holder
- – hidden fuel belt
- – high performance fabrics
Wow, it has everything a runner wants! What’s not to love?
Which brings me to a little announcement. I just became engaged to Mr. Won’t Run For Miles. The way in which he proposed is another story, which I’ll save for another day. However, since Mr. Won’t Run For Miles doesn’t like to run, I doubt I’ll be tying the knot on the run, and therefore won’t have the opportunity to buy a Runaway Bride Dress. Will you?
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