Game-Set-Match!

Wristband fashion 1As an adult my sport became tennis. It involves a ball, can be played with as few as 1 other person, don’t need a membership to any club, and lots of other people my age play this sport. It was not the first love of my sporting life. That was basketball, then volleyball, and finally softball, but it has become the most enduring love.

wristband fashion 2Scoring tennis is rather unique. To win you play first to 6 games and you must win by 2, then best 2 out of 3 sets to win the match. This is quite different than playing quarters or innings or periods. Is it just coincidence that there is a dress code for tennis matches? I think it’s called a match to inspire matching. I really don’t mean that tennis partners necessarily should match or whole teams match (although I am not against it). But I do see matching my skirt to my top or my socks to my outfit and shoes and even my hat or visor a necessity! People, who know me, call me the fashion police. I tend to call my friends out who wear white socks with black shoes or any non-matching socks.

wristband fashion 3You can see that wearing a white wristband would never factor in favorably to my fashionista side. Lucky for me Wristpect Sport wristbands came along so I could finally find a fashionable way to wear a functional wristband. WS! wristbands are softer than the other types of wristbands and more colorful and fun. Now I have a wristband to match every outfit. I don’t know why anyone would want to wear any other brand of wristbands.

wristband fashion 4The only thing about wearing fashionable wristbands is that it adds a little extra time to my pre-match readiness. I have to make sure I’ve packed the color coordinating wristband or else risk not matching!

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