I might not be a world class athlete, but I’m pretty sure I would medal if there were such a thing as the style Olympics. If there were a best footwear event, these gold, silver and bronze shoes would all best winning choices.

We’ve caught the Olympic fever here at Running With Mascara. I spent a good majority of my weekend watching the Games from my couch wishing I was in London. Being the curious viewer (and writer) that I am, I decided to do a little investigating and come up with some things you might not know about this summer’s Olympics.

Even if there’s always a gold winner in an Olympic sporting event, there isn’t always a winner in the fashion department. Keep reading to see what we thought of the world’s best and worst fashion looks in the first 3 days of these Olympic games.

Emilie, Allison and Jen here with a roundup of the worst of the week in celebrity fashion. Read on to find out who gets fined for their sloppy loungewear and more unfortunate outfits.

Everyone knows that some of the first and most exciting events of the Summer Olympics are the swimming competitions. Keep reading to learn how to get your stroke and your fitness in tip top shape for being a strong swimmer.

Good morning, you fit and fab ladies! We have three (count ‘em, 3!) copies of Bethenny Frankel’s workout DVD to give away to our readers this week. Keep reading to learn more and enter the giveaway.

It’s a challenge for most women out there, balancing work and social lives. Who doesn’t want to meet up with their friends and hang out after work? A lot of times, it’s tough to take a business-y outfit to a fun level and make it appropriate for a bar scene, but we have the secrets to making it work for you!

Women in history are known for being ballsy, and Sally Ride and Amelia Earhart, motivators and sensational examples of powerful, gutsy women are no exceptions. Keep reading to learn what lessons you can take from these amazing women that had the odds stacked against them. More after the jump!

Street style blogs have surged in popularity in recent years. Bill Cunningham of The New York Times and Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist were the original pioneers of this type of photography, but now just about anyone with a camera can be a street style photographer.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year (after the holidays of course) where stores are having end of summer sales and preview sales on their new fall merchandise. With fall on the horizon, I’m starting to plan my fall wardrobe and my personal favorite part of any outfit is the shoes. Being on a budget, I plan on taking full advantage of all the sales when it comes to getting some new booties.

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