Last Christmas I was really having an intense internal debate with myself as to whether I wanted to get a Fitbit or not. I did a lot of research and decided that for the time, I was ok without one, but I’m seeing more and more people around me with them, and it’s giving me a serious case of FOMO (fear of missing out if you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years) and have recently been considering buying one again. I could probably just steal my mom’s though since I’m willing to bet $100 hers is sitting on her bathroom vanity, and has been ever since she got it for Christmas.
The point of these little guys is to help you stay active. Count your steps, track your calories, track your sleep, all that fun stuff. It syncs with some specific wireless scales, which is honestly the thing that I was most intrigued about when I was doing my research. Step on the scale and it automatically records your weight to whatever app you have connected to it. Pretty cray. You can also sync it up with your Walgreens Balance Rewards account and get BR points just for walking, how awesome is that?!
But the reason that this post is happening is because Fitbit really isn’t the most attractive product for a lady who likes to hit the town. A bulky plastic band on your wrist isn’t the classiest of fashion accessories when you’re out at a fancier event. So of course, leave it to Tory Burch to solve this problem. My aunt posted on my Facebook about it earlier this week, and then I got an email from Fitbit announcing the collab about 5 minute later, and then it was all over the internets the rest of the day. Points to my aunt for being ahead of the crowd.
Anyway, they’ve designed two equally cute Fitbit covers (navy and pink) to really jazz up your tracker. But on top of that, they’ve created a gold cuff that is seriously to die for. Though for $195 I don’t think I’ll be grabbing one anytime soon, especially seeing as I don’t even have the actual Fitbit yet.
And now for the Pièce de résistance, a golden pendant necklace. This is just taking it to a whole new level, who woulda thought you could wear your fitness tracker around your neck instead of around your wrist!? Genius people, genius. Everything is still on pre-order, but I think that I’m likely going to be getting myself a Fitbit so that come Christmas this year, I’ll have the perfect gift to ask for. I need that cufffffff. Someone get me that cuff.
Do you use a Fitbit? What’s the best part? Or maybe you use a different fitness tracker, what kind? Would you buy one of these trendy covers or is it an unnecessary expense? Let me know in the comments below!