I am absolutely delighted to announce that I have been chosen as a brand ambassador for Vivendi Apparel.

Vivendi makes equestrian and fitness wear. Not just that though, they make riding clothes that you can wear to the gym! They make beautiful leggings that look awesome when you ride in them, awesome sports bras and amazing base layers that keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

It’s made by a rider for riders! Owned and run by Elizabeth Davies, Elizabeth has ridden since she was 3 years old and actually suffered from a broken vertebrae herself that stopped her riding for many years. Because of that she has worked with training and rehab experts to ensure her clothing is suitable for EVERYONE including people that have sustained injuries in the past.

Apart from the fact I love the clothes I am thrilled to be working with Vivendi for the following reasons in particular…

  1. It is owned and run by a woman. Elizabeth built her company up from the ground. I have huge respect for entrepreneurs especially female ones!
  2. I love that it is so inclusive and is aimed at everyone. Their clothes suit all sorts of people. Riders that just hack, or you could dress up in their white leggings and base layers for clinics and competitions.
  3. It is gym wear and riding wear and it looks like both! The clothes look great to ride in, but also look great as gym wear and you won’t look like you are wearing your riding clothes to the gym or riding in your gym wear.
  4. Vivendi has an international community. Being a Brit that lives in France, I want to work with a company that understands that people live outside the UK and in fact the company’s owner also lives in France too! In these modern times it really doesn’t matter where you live and I love that Vivendi has customers all over the world!

So, do head to their website here and check out their amazing clothes. If you do fancy making a purchase I can offer you a 15% discount! Just use the code LOUISE15 at the online check out.

Happy bank holiday Monday everyone! Stay safe and take care! xxx

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