How to look gorgeous in yoga class // 5 eco friendly yoga looks

How to look gorgeous in yoga class // 5 eco friendly yoga looks

 

Do your next downward dog in style with these seriously elegant yoga outfits.

Here we showcase clothes from 5 different environmentally and socially conscious yoga attire brands.

 

1: Socksies yoga leggings by New Zealand based label WE'AR. This company emphasises conscious consumerism, and work with small home workshops and factories in Bali to manufacture their creations. The label also support an organisation that provides yoga and meditation education to prisoners.  Find them here

 

2: Geo Tech Eco Leggings by Eleven44 Streetwear Bali. Made from 90% Modal (reconstituted cellulose fibre from plantation Beech trees) and 10% Lycra. Designed and made ethically and sustainably in Bali, where designs are handprinted by local cottage families. ♡ Find them here

 

 

3: The Ferocity Leggings in Bloom by Anjali. These playful leggings are made in the USA from recycled polyester, derived from reused plastic bottles. The NYC designer duo emphasise using eco friendly materials that also feel great on the skin. ♡ Find them here

 

4:  Teeki. This USA-based label has so many fun & quirky designs on offer that we couldn't pick just one. All clothing is made from recycled plastic bottles and hand sewn in the USA "with love", using only environmentally friendly practices.  Find them here

 

5: Nina Shorts by Choclo Project. Not only are these eco friendly, as they're made out of recycled plastic bottles, but they're also for a great cause. Choclo Project use funds from the sale of their clothes to provided support for disadvantaged Peruvian children - building classrooms and paying school fees. It also hosts creativity workshops for them, whereby the childrens' artwork becomes the inspiration for the label's products. ♡ Find them here

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