Moto pants to the rescue! I was fortunate enough to get to go see the X-games down at the U.S. Bank Stadium last weekend and what a blast it was! For those of you that may not know, the X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Participants compete to win bronze, silver, and gold medals, as well as prize money. Events included BMX biking, skateboarding, and motocross. The stadium itself is already extremely cool, and then to witness some of the greatest competitors at these sports is unreal. They sure do know how to put on a awesome show. I was most amazed by the women’s skateboarding competition. 13 year old, Brighton Zeuner brought home gold being the youngest to win 1st place in X Games history. Her personality and passion for the sport was truly inspiring and I loved how much motivation and ambition she put into the games. She has such a fun spirit for young women out there to follow and look up to.
For the games I decided to bring a little edge to the table. How perfect and cute are these green Moto Pants?! I was simply obsessed and loved how comfortable and breathable they were to wear all day walking around the stadium. Then to stick with the edgy and comfy look, I wore a light weight cut out White T with a black lace bandeau underneath for some extra detail. For my poor tired walking feet I went to my all time favorite slip on grey sneakers. The pointed toe on these bad boys gives them a little classier look compared to your typical slip on sneaker. To truly represent on game day, I topped off my outfit with a Ride Minnesota snap-back. For a final accessory, I decided to wear a backpack instead of a purse to carry everything I may need throughout the day, this came in extremely handy! Love this bag!
One of my favorite sponsors at the games was Cerveza Pacífico Clara, better known as Pacífico, a Mexican pilsner-style beer. They had an amazing set up outside of the games to come and enjoy a nice refreshing cold brew. I instantly fell in love with the taste and am stocking up as this is now one of my favorite summer beers.