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Becoming an Altar Ego Sister on #WearItWednesday

Today is the day! I am so excited to announce my collaboration with Altar Ego Apparel! Altar Ego Apparel is a small company based in Boston that is all about empowering women and designing activewear to tell our story so I could not be more honored to have this opportunity to be one of their brand ambassadors.

After perusing the website a bit, you may have noticed that each pair of leggings is a true piece of artwork. Their first collection featured French Impressionist art prints during the late 1800s and early 1900s while their most recent launchΒ focuses on henna art, modern ink tattoos, ancient body painting and the ever popular marble (in white, black, and blue – I will eventually own them all because heart eyes emoji).

Not only do these leggings look amazing but they are also so soft and supportive, making them one of the most amazing pairs I have owned to date which may have something to do with the fact that the raw fabric is sourced from Italy (extra positive – because it’s directly sourced, they’re able to guarantee their entire supply chain adheres to environmental standards and fair wages, can it get any better?) and made right there in Boston. I experimented a bit and they’re perfect for looking fly in yoga, wicking away sweat in HIIT classes, and prancing around town on a weekend.

My only last piece of advice for you is that you should probably go get yourself a pair (or two, maybe three) immediately. Need another incentive? 15% off with code “ckull”. Now go, seriously, and let me know which pair you end up with because we can always share πŸ˜‰

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Get the look:

Leggings: Altar Ego White Marble | Pullover (similar): Old Navy Fleece Pullover |Shoes: Nike Free TR 6

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