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Behind the Scenes with Elizabeth Endres of Sweats and the City

Behind the Scenes with Elizabeth Endres of Sweats and the City

One of my favorite parts of the creative process is bringing my designs to life at shoots.  My mom was a high powered advertising executive, and I grew up on sets - so it feels second nature.  Our most recent shoot was extra fun because we had the pleasure of working with Elizabeth Endres of Sweats & The City, a twenty-something living in the big apple who quit her day-job at Bloomberg to follow her dreams and launch a business.  Not only gorgeous...but an entrepreneur! Read along to learn more about this impressive young woman who is making it all happen.

Hello! I'm Elizabeth Endres, co-founder of Sweats and The City. SATC began 4+ years ago after Dale (my co-founder) and I were set up as blind roommates in the city. We both had a passion for boutique fitness, and as we began exploring all the options NYC had to offer, we started looking for a source for real, raw reviews of the classes we were going to. When we couldn't find a platform out there, we decided to take it on ourselves! I'm inspired daily by the ever-evolving health & wellness space & the abundance of workout classes in NYC and beyond!

Hometown: East Lansing, Michigan
Favorite Part About Your Job: Getting to connect with so many incredible people in our community.
Favorite ASHA piece: Laurel Climber 
Skincare routine: I've been exploring a lot more non toxic beauty products lately - some that I'm loving are Just Be Skincare, Rococo Botanicals & Osea. For a summer glow, I love Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer!
Go-to Workout: Nofar Method
Always Craving: Monty's cashew cream cheese on a bagel
Favorite Destination: Negril, Jamaica
Go to playlist: Sweats & The City's Current Picks
Can't live without: Aquaphor 
Currently Reading: "The Happiness Project" by Gretchen Rubin