A Big Oiselle Announcement

Today, I received the most amazing news.

I am now an Ambassador for Oiselle! 

I've included my love for Oiselle running apparel in many a post over the past few months, and I'm thrilled to have this opportunity. I can't wait to represent the company in races wearing the Oiselle singlet, to get even more fun Oiselle outfits, and most of all to be part of this fantastic team of ladies.

When I first learned about Oiselle, I immediately loved the enthusiastic attitude and supportiveness of the company and team on Twitter. The more I followed and read, the more inspired I was. My first Oiselle order arrived from Running Warehouse and I was hooked. Quality, cuteness, function, a great company, and a good price too? Oiselle became my new go-to apparel brand.

Check out a few of my recent outfits...they've been on the blog!




You'll be seeing even more Oiselle outfits and fun in the near future. I'll keep you updated on the people I meet and how inspirational they are. Ask me your questions and I'll tell you what I love about Oiselle. And if you haven't yet, check out their awesome site and Twitter goodness too!
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    1. Thank you! :) I'm a very happy girl today.

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    1. Thanks! So excited to meet or e-meet you all!

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    1. Thank you so much - super excited!

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  4. wow, super sweet! can't wait to hear more about it on sunday. :)

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    1. Thanks! This was the exciting day tweet. I just wasn't sure when I could share with everyone!

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  6. That is awesome Paulette! Congratulations!

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  7. Fantastic! Congratulations :)

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  8. Congratulations!! That is awesome! I love Oiselle!

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    1. Thanks! So pumped to share Oiselle with everyone (even more than I already do...)

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  9. I love the simplicity tank! I pair mine with violet rogas

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    1. I really need to get violet rogas. Next on the list!

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  10. Welcome to the club! I love Oiselle too--I have lots of the same clothes you are sporting. The distance short is my all-time favorite go-to for long runs.

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  11. Congrats to you Paulette, that is AWESOME!

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  12. Congrats!!! Love the outfits!!

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  13. That's awesome! I just got my first pair of Lori shorts and love them!

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  14. awesome, congrats paulette! i'm just learning about the company!

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