Monday, July 9, 2018

Let's get our Oofos On!

A huge thanks to Oofos for sending me the most amazing comfy sandals and sponsoring today's conversation! As always all opinions are my own!
Top: Jcrew | Jeans: JBrand | Sandals: Oofos | Bag: Fossil | Watch: Jord

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful and restful weekend! 

The weather here in Columbus was just perfect. It was one of those cool and slightly breezy days you long for after a row of scorching summer days. So, of course, we did our best to take full advantage of the gorgeous weather with a trip to the zoo, park, lake, and a stroll through downtown. 

 I wore a classic chambray blouse, destroyed JBrand jeans and my favorite Calypso Oofos sandals (that I have been raving about)! 
Have you heard of Oofos before? In my opinion, they have revolutionized the sandal! Gone are the days you had to sacrifice support and comfort for style and functionality. 
Each Oofos is made with OOfoam technology, which absorbs 37% more impact than traditional footwear foams and works to take stress off of your muscles and joints. It has also been scientifically proven to make walking less impactful on your body, which is why OOFOS are the perfect recovery shoe. 
If you are highly active at the gym (or training for a marathon or triathlon), do yourself a favor and get yourself a pair of these. Your feet will thank you! I wish I had heard about Oofos when I was training for my first marathon last year and had horrible plantar fasciitis (It would have saved my feet when I wasn't training)! 
Even if you aren't necessarily training for a race, these are perfect after a busy day on your feet (because they truly make you feel better)! 

In fact, that's the OOFOS mission... to "make yOO feel better." They are an all-around great company and one that I can fully get behind! I especially love their commitment to help breast cancer research & their pledge to raise $1 Million (with each Oofos purchase a percentage of sales goes directly to breast cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston).  
Have you tried Oofos? If this is the first you've heard of Oofos, you can thank me later😘!
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