Fashion blog: Dare To Be Active: Instagram Round up

As some of you may have noticed, Team Fashion Nanny have been everywhere, snapping up an Instagram storm! We decided it was only fair to share some of the stories behind the fabulous events that we have been attending, and posting on the FN Instagram account.

Dare To Be: Ladies Active Wear

Who says sweating can’t be stylish!?

The Fashion Nanny team were invited to join in on the fun at The Upstairs where the lovely ladies of Dare To Be were hosting an event to celebrate the start of their Ladies Active Wear range.

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After being greeted with little glasses of bubbly and healthy treats of strawberries and almonds, we were given very insightful talks on choosing correct footwear, by Justin Hand as well as on the importance wearing correct bra’s by Liza Clifford. The ladies of Dare To Be, then explained their inspiring tale of getting up and running (excuse the pun) and wowed us with the versatility and innovation behind their trendy range of sportswear.

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I think we all wanted to get out of there to begin getting active and in to shape! A few lucky ladies even left that night, with prizes from Dare To Be, Liza Clifford Professional Bra Fitting Studio and D.North.

Fashion Nanny can tell you one thing, and that is if we were to be seen running on the streets, we would be rocking out in some Dare To Be gear!


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