As an athlete for 12 years of my life, I’ve been passionate about sports since day one but on the other hand I am slightly guilty of having a closet containing so many pieces of clothing, I could probably outfit the entire population of a small county in Idaho.
I really want to change the relentless stereotype that these two things can’t be combined. Girls can be pretty and informed about the world of professional sports at the same time as CRAZY as it sounds. So I created Stats in Stilettos, to bring it all together. I want to help the girl who wants to learn about the game without feeling like an idiot. I want to teach girls it’s okay to reach out and break a stereotype that has been forced upon us. Check your NBA app on your phone as it sits in it’s Kate Spade case. Walk into the sports bar in your Louboutins and Jay’s jersey. Set your Valentino bag down on the seat beside you at a Flames game. Let’s break into the boys club that we girls haven’t been able to join before. It’s about time.
On the other hand, I am an extreme Canadian. I’m not exactly sure what that entails (I don’t really like maple syrup and I struggle apologizing to people so?) but I really, really love this country so expect lots of updates on our teams and what I think of them. As well, expect lots of updates on Canadian fashion designers and shopping. In no way am I limiting myself to Canadian content because we can obviously see how well that works for our film industry but again, I love it here and I want to share it with the rest of the world so expect a lot of red leaves.
Any who, thanks for reading all of this! I am happy you did and happy you even came to have a look at my thoughts.
Means the world!