Tired of wearing old sweatpants to get your flow on? Same. That’s why when we finally decided it was time to upgrade our go-to gear, we reached out to professional yogis in three cities to get their top picks for yoga clothes that perform both on and off the mat. These women run some of the most popular studios in New York City, Milwaukee, and Denver, and they aren?t kidding when they say they live in yoga clothes.
Even if you’re just beginning your yoga practice, you’ve probably realized that there?s no such thing as too many pairs of leggings and that quality and fit vary widely from brand to brand. With that in mind, we’ll start our list with some familiar names and hopefully introduce you to a few newcomers in the fitness apparel space, too.
Whether you’re up for a stylish splurge or down to score a deal, the best yoga clothes are right this way.
Lululemon love for yoga runs deep; it rejuvenates our body, calms our mind and it?s at the very core of who we are. Learn about the different types of yoga, what to wear and find complimentary classes in a store near you.
ATHLETA believes being active opens doors to a bigger life. And that unleashing the power of your body can translate into mastery of your mind and serenity in your soul, too.
When it’s time to take a break from basic designs, we look to Zella, Nordstrom’s cult-favorite house brand of stylish athletic apparel for women. Its collection of pretty, soft hues in solids or subtle patterns always sparks joy in the yoga studio.
Joah Brown is another rising brand in the yoga clothing market. Inspired by the no-fuss clothes in her husband’s closet, Brown started designing functional, comfortable clothes in 2014 that are, in her words, “adaptable and subtly sexy with a tomboyish flare.”
On one of your many (weekly? daily?) Target runs, you?ve probably noticed JoyLab, its stylish line of yoga and workout wear. We love the on-trend patterns and quality material at an affordable price point. Plus, these pieces really hold up wash after wash.