I don’t like jogging, running, cross-country ski, hiking or biking except may be biking in the Netherlands. I don’t even own a pair of jogging shoes. I don’t have a bike, hiking boots or skis. I never hit the trails since coming to Alaska. All my sport shoes have heels and my only pair of jogging pants is made of leather, i.e. it is a statement piece, not intended for any sport activity, not even my sport – ballroom dancing. I blame dancing as the reason why I can catch the campus shuttle running in heels, but not being able to catch the shuttle when wearing flats. I do not know how to walk in flats. Thus, I do not like to run, jog, ski or hike. You need flat shoes for these sports.
Here I am wearing my only pair of “sports clothes”, my jogging pants with a turtleneck cashmere sweater and camouflage booties that you have already seen on the blog before. For the commute, I wore my short shearling coat. Bag, hat, scarf, gloves, sunglasses, and I am ready to hit the door to run outside – of course in heels.
Do you wear joggers for other occasions than exercising? How to you style them? Let me know, I am curious.
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Photos: G. Kramm
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