In recent weeks, we’ve noticed a pronounced increase in the number of stylish people who wear multiple items on their wrists at work: a watch, a bracelet or two, and a fitness tracker. Maybe we’ve noticed it more because we’re in the market for one ourselves. We’ve been on a wellness quest, and we’re ready to start counting our steps. But is it possible to find a fitness tracker that works well with our work wardrobe? Or do we have to sacrifice style for steps?
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Diary for Fitness and Sports highlights the most notable marathons, cycling races, professional tennis matches, Thoroughbred horse races, and professional sports championships around the world in September 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Diary, click here.
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Calendar for Fitness and Sports highlights the most notable marathons, cycling races, professional tennis matches, Thoroughbred horse races, sailing and rowing regattas, and professional sports championships around the world in August 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Calendar, click here. And for weekly updates on the three things you need to know to intelligently talk sports, read TWIST: This Week in Sports Talk.
And now we are two. Our second birthday here at Dandelion Chandelier is August 1, and to mark the occasion, we’re sharing some of the top-performing posts in our short history. And also some posts that we’re just really proud of, or that were especially fun to write (and, we hope, to read). We’ll be focusing on one topic per day as we count down to our big day. We’ve shared top posts in Travel and Adventure; Food and Drink; and Fashion and Shopping. Next up? Sports and Fitness.
As summer kicks into full swing, so does the world of equestrian sports. Just because the Triple Crown and the Royal Ascot have come and gone, by no means has the thoroughbred racing season ended. On the contrary, it’s off the races as many of the world’s historical tracks are just opening for their summer seasons, while some of the most important and elite competitions are still ahead of us. July, August and early September are home to some of the most renowned events in horse sport. And to some of the best fashion and people-watching you’ll find in the summer months.