OOTD: Red Rocks & Runners

Running shoes have always been reserved for working out (at least it has been since after the Skechers craze in middle school) but we’ve finally decided to give the new trend a try. Gajamos girl Jenny here, and I paired it with white shorts and a baseball cap while touring the red rocks of Lake Mead. The jury’s still out on whether or not it works, but it was functionally perfect for a day out in the sweltering desert heat!



{Nike Lunarlon Running Shoes; Size Youth 4.5}

{Nike Lunarlon Running Shoes; Size Youth 4.5 — comparable to Womens 6.5}

A little confession? These are kids shoes! Having small(ish) feet mean you can save ~30% off adult styles if youth ones are comparable! Be wary though, most strappy sandals and heels have to be bought in adult styles since the design tends to differ a great deal. (TOMs and Keds however, are perfectly fine to buy in Youth!)


{the Hoover Dam}

{obligatory tourist shot}

{obligatory tourist shot}

{On the border of Nevada and Arizona}

{on the border of Nevada and Arizona}

Outfit details: {bag – JCrew} // {shirt – Sweet Claire from Melissa Bleu} // {chambray – Merona, Target} // {watch – Marc Jacobs} // {shorts – Levis} // {sunglasses – Bvlgari} // {shoes – Nike (Y)} // {hat – UPenn bookstore}

What’s your opinion of pairing runners with street clothes? Let us know in the comments below 🙂


E & J


2 thoughts on “OOTD: Red Rocks & Runners

  1. Oh I think pairing runners with street clothes works wonderfully!
    -Especially helpful when you want to run!
    –Especially especially helpful when you want to run in the streets!

  2. I think if you plan ahead exactly which outfit you want to wear on each day of your vacation, and one of those outfits includes running shoes, then it’s a great idea! Otherwise wouldn’t it take up too much space in your suitcase?

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