In response to the increasingly popular choice to exchange vows en route to a finish line, designers at Oiselle (pronounced “wa-zell”, French for “bird”), just released the first ever “Runaway Bride Dress“.
Until now, most couples compromised performance and comfort by wearing the traditional wedding gown and tuxedo, or they opted for white and black running clothes with the bride commonly sporting a vail and the groom a bow tie.
With the helps of Oiselle’s creative designers, you can now tie the knot while looking elegant and performing at your best!
Oiselle, joined the competitive women’s running apparel market in 2007 after founder Sally Bergesen was tired of women’s running clothes being “Too poofy, too baggy, too high-waisted, and all wrong in the color department.”
The Seattle, Washington based company thought of everything with this dress. Read more about the Runaway Bride Dress and its running specific features like the hidden fuel belt and bouquet holder.