Running costumes for the Wine and Dine half marathon that is. Yes, Halloween is coming, yes, I have 3 kids, and I'm sure they will be adorable, but this is my blog, not theirs.
Normally during training runs and non-Disney races, I don't get too fancy. Black Lululemon pace setter skirt and a tank top, or in the winter, black capris and a long sleeved tech shirt. I'm actually an introvert and I don't like drawing attention to myself, so the fun skirts and costumes sit at home during "normal" runs.
But Disney is not normal. It's perfectly acceptable to dress up while running Disney. Some people go all out, like DisBroads Amy, Patty, and Julie do, with full costumes.
Sparkle Skirt, matching tank top, and some clip in Minnie ears. But even though those were light, my aversion to anything bothering me while I run won out, and the ears came off by mile two, as did the pigtails they were attached to. There I was, running towards the Magic Kingdom, yanking clip in ears out, stuffing them in a skirt pocket, taking out my pigtails and fixing my hair into one top knot. That was still one of my fastest miles during that race. And I still looked good when I finished.
Raw Threads Warrior shirt.