blogs http://www.sweatybetty.com Wed, 23 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000 en hourly 1 http://www.sweatybetty.com Tamara's Scrapbook: Goodwood Horseracing /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-goodwood-horseracing/ /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-goodwood-horseracing/#comments Fri, 04 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-goodwood-horseracing/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara is forever in-the-know on what's happening in the worlds of fitness and fashion. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, attending industry events or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook.

Last week, Sweaty Betty's fashionable founder spent the evening at Goodwood as part of their Friday Nights series held throughout June. With style-conscious attendees everywhere you looked, the evening of horseracing included a DJ set by Zane Lowe and an outdoor party, with the beautiful South Downs as a backdrop.
 

Image Credit: Goodwood Racecourse
 
With most of our weekends spent running on the beach in West Wittering and overseeing the design of our new house, I was looking forward to heading over to Goodwood race course for one of its Friday Nights events in June. 


Image Credit: Goodwood Racecourse

Running later than planned due to work and school commitments, we arrived at the beautiful race course just as the sun was setting to find our friend had won £1000! With the champagne flowing in celebration, it was set to be a great night. The dress code suggested linen suits and Panama hats for the men, but as I knew it was going to be chilly, I also opted for a "trouser suit" look of cream tailored trousers with a green linen cropped jacket, and a beautiful vintage cream silk blouse that I had bought from a friend's collection of Italian couture. A Panama hat topped off my look. The hat had actually been given to me years ago by our production team on a shoot in Ibiza, and it goes everywhere with me!



The races created just as much excitement as you’d expect from high-level horseracing, but it was the post-race event that was particularly memorable. An outdoor party with a DJ set by Zane Lowe, there were around 2,000 people dancing and drinking into the night. It was such a fun evening, made even better by us turning up with friends in their VW campervan - aptly named Betty!

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Tamara's Scrapbook: The Emerging Dancer Competition /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-the-emerging-dancer-competition/ /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-the-emerging-dancer-competition/#comments Wed, 21 May 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-the-emerging-dancer-competition/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara is always in-the-know on what's hot in the worlds of fitness and fashion in London. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, attending industry events or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook. 

This week, Tamara’s talking about English National Ballet's Emerging Dancer Competition.

A few weeks ago, I was invited to join English National Ballet students and my fellow sponsors at the fifth annual Emerging Dancer Competition with English National Ballet. Thanks to our collaboration on the Sweaty Betty dance collection, we have developed a fantastic relationship with the prestigious dance company, so I was keen to support the competition and excited to have the chance to witness the inspirational talents of these up-and-coming dancers.

Hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky, it was held at the Lyceum Theatre. The competition was made up of six of the company's young dancers, performing to an audience of their peers and a panel of judges: Arlene Phillips, Clement Crisp, Deborah Bull, Wayne Sleep, Tamara Rojo and Gillian Lynne. 



Probably the most emotive performer for me, was Senri Kou. A Japanese ballerina who seemed quirky in her bio video, she completely transformed as she took to the stage; transporting the audience to a whole different place with her mesmerising performance.

As for the winners, Junor Souza topped the list with an incredibly athletic and expressive performance. I had seen Junor perform before in Le Cosaire, and he definitely stood out from the rest. As well as being awarded the People's Choice Award (as voted by his peers), Junor was also the co-winner of the judges' vote, alongside Allison McKinney, with whom he danced the pas de deux from Esmeralda. Another well-deserved win, it was her incredible strength that really stood out – beautiful and athletic.

Topping the list for style, however, had to be Madison Keesle - so mesmerising, elegant and fluid in a stunning long red satin dress with an open cross back. It was amazing that she could dance so beautifully in it.


The highlight of the evening, for me, was seeing our campaign model for the Summer collection, Nancy Osbaldeston, coming on-stage as the worthy winner of last year's competition. 

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SB On Location: London's Southbank /blog/sb-on-location-londons-southbank/ /blog/sb-on-location-londons-southbank/#comments Thu, 08 May 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/sb-on-location-londons-southbank/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara has her finger firmly on the pulse of what's hot in the worlds of fitness and fashion in London. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook. Never afraid to speak her mind, Tamara's weekly blog will inspire, inform and sometimes spark a debate. 

This week, Tamara’s Edits were brought to life on London’s Southbank with the latest shoot for the new AW14 collection, launching later this year.


 
The setting…

When it came to shooting the main lines of the AW14 collection, ‘Hidden Treasures In An Urban Jungle’, there was only one place I had in mind; London’s illustrious Southbank – or more specifically, its undercroft.

The epitome of a hidden treasure in an urban jungle, the undercroft is a historical icon, known for its vibrant, statement-making graffiti inspired by the Bowery artwork of NYC, with its many rails attracting colonies of top skateboarders.



Sheltered from the tourists, its low-lit concrete surroundings capture the gritty urban nature of London, giving it the kind of edgy vibe we’d been searching for. And given the Parkour inspiration behind the new collection and the brightly-coloured, graffiti-style prints, it was the perfect shoot location.

Often full of protesters hoping to save the undercroft, we even managed to get a ‘Save Southbank’ badge into a few of the shots. And as if the iconic location needed any more validation as the coolest place to capture your collection, there was another shoot going on at the same time.



The shoots…

For the dance and yoga shots, we selected a piece of graffiti as the backdrop, and in came our inspirational models, all of whom love to find new, adventurous ways of exploring sport - from yoga teacher Emma who spent the day holding the most complex of inversions with strength and poise, to Amy; leapfrogging over railings and doing skateboard tricks with the softest of movements that only a yogini-cum-Parkour practitioner can achieve.

Circus performer Kat was super-bendy and ultra-strong, even suggesting modelling some pieces while doing aerial yoga – suspended in chains. The following day, she trekked across London carrying the 10KG chains, which she then threw with apparent ease over the scaffolding. Lifting herself into the air with confidence and easing her body into the most incredible of positions, she really pushed the boundaries when it came to the shoot. I love that she put her own urban twist on traditional aerial yoga.

As for the styling, the new collection is much edgier than anything we’ve done before, with bold prints, bodycon silhouettes and mesh cutouts providing a cool London vibe. This season is about redefining the way we wear sportswear – adding street style into the mix with an urban edge and sexiness that we’ve never seen before at Sweaty Betty.

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The Inside Story: From Snap To Swim /blog/the-inside-story-from-snap-to-swim/ /blog/the-inside-story-from-snap-to-swim/#comments Thu, 24 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/the-inside-story-from-snap-to-swim/ Last weekend, my family and I took to the calm seas off the coast of West Wittering. This lazy day of sailing reminded me of an evening last summer, when the kids took our topper sailboat out at sunset.


Stood on the beach, I had captured the beauty of the moment on camera - the boat silhouetted against the red glow of the sun as it dipped beneath the horizon. 

Looking back at the image later that evening, I realised it was perfect for the Summer collection. Photographic placement prints are so on-trend, and it fitted perfectly with the nautical theme of the new lines. With the amazing natural colours of the image lending themselves to sportswear, I took the photo to the Sweaty Betty design team, who worked their creative magic on the print - bringing it to life on two beautiful pieces of swimwear. 


SUNSET SAIL SWIMSUIT                                              SUNSET SAIL BIKINI TOP & BOTTOM
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Tamara's Scrapbook /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1242/ /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1242/#comments Tue, 08 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1242/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara has her finger firmly on the pulse of what's hot in the worlds of fitness and fashion in London. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook. Never afraid to speak her mind, Tamara's weekly blog will inspire, inform and sometimes spark a debate. 

This week, Tamara joins the top names in British fashion for a glamorous cocktail party, visits the Petersham nurseries and finds inspiration on Marylebone high street.


 
Thursday 20th March: Brown's Hotel, Mayfair

On the evening of Thursday 20th March, I was invited to join the London fashion elite at Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair. A cocktail party thrown in honour of British fashion, the event was hosted by The Telegraph’s Stella Magazine along with Net-a-Porter.com and the British Fashion Council. The guest list gathered together some of the UK’s most prestigious high-end, new-gen designers, with a collection of professional women who have in some way championed British fashion. Together, they formed the crème de la crème of the fashion industry; the creative brains behind transforming British fashion into a global success, known for pushing the boundaries of design innovation.

Over Belvedere cocktails and Mark Hix canapés, I chatted and mingled with the likes of Richard Nicholl, Mary Katranzou, Emilia Wickstead and Anna Sebba; the wife of Net-a-Porter CEO Mark Sebba and a Sweaty Betty regular. Inspired by Stella Editor Anna Murphy’s passionate speech on the importance of British fashion, it felt great to be standing among such talented designers and supporters of the industry.

Outfits ranged from the elegantly tailored and subtly chic to the brightly coloured with statement prints - all British of course. I wore a top shop unique neoprene top, silk floral skirt, Sweaty Betty leggings and my favourite Nicholas Kirkwood shoes.



Friday 21st March: Petersham Nurseries, London

On Friday morning, I headed over to Richmond Park for a run with Ennis (our dog). Afterwards I popped into Petersham Nurseries which I love and find so inspiring. I go there at Christmas for vintage tree decorations and Spring for bulbs and to enjoy the spring flowers.
 
As mentioned in my blog last week, we are in the process of building a house in West Wittering, so I'm on the hunt at the moment for beautiful "sourced" furniture for inside and out, which they do so well.



Monday 24th March: Marylebone High Street, London

I'm always on the lookout for possible locations for new boutiques. I have always loved Marylebone and try to go there often to check out what new stores and cafes have popped up on the high street and to look for a potential site for us (and of course, I can't ever pass the Conran shop without going in.)
 
This time I discovered a new juice bar, Roots and Bulbs, which opened last month serving delicious raw, cold-pressed juices. It's so good to have healthy juice bars like these setting up. It's so common to have them everywhere in the US, but very hard to find them here.
 
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Tamara's Scrapbook /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1239/ /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1239/#comments Tue, 25 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1239/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara has her finger firmly on the pulse of what's hot in the worlds of fitness and fashion in London. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook. Never afraid to speak her mind, Tamara's weekly blog will inspire, inform and sometimes spark a debate. 

This week, Tamara takes her training to one of Britain's breathtaking coastlines, and gets creative styling outfits for the Autumn/Winter 2014 collection.


Friday 14th March - Sunday 16th March: West Wittering

Nothing beats a morning run. After arriving at the coast late Friday night, I make sure that the first thing I do on Saturday morning is head to the beach to get rid of the city cobwebs. I try not to plan much during the weekend as my weeks are so full of early morning school runs, hectic schedules at work and evenings out, so I take my time to get up and run when I feel ready. The kids are often in their pjs all morning, but I drag my daughters out running with me – which they love once they are doing it!

Growing up by the sea with a family who enjoyed surfing and playing tennis, I have always loved being active. Even now, we regularly go on big family sailing and skiing trips. For me, it's about more than fitness; it's about spending time with my family in a beautiful environment, doing something active together. We've been renting a beach house in West Wittering for years, and now we are finally building a place of our own.

West Wittering is our escape; our family time and my chance for relaxation and freedom. I love the stark contrast of the urban jungle that is London and the tranquility of my seaside refuge; each offering a different side to British beauty.



Tuesday 18th March - Wednesday 19th March: AW14 Styling

Styling shoots is one of the favourite parts of my job. Being surrounded by the new collection and styling the outfits across different product lines is so liberating. Each range is designed around its end use, so these sessions allow me to really bring my creative flair. That first moment when we open the bags of samples to reveal amazing new prints and fabrics is a special moment in the season.

Our upcoming AW14 collection is edgy yet feminine, so each look we created had a raw urban feel that we've never seen before at Sweaty Betty. Our designs have come such a long way in both sport and fashion, and it was so exciting to be styling some of our most fashion-forward pieces to date in a completely new way. Of course, our SB handwriting and tried-and-tested styles continue with contemporary layers and colour pops. And this season, we introduce sexy mesh panels and a combination of dark and neons, too. 

Across the two days, we styled looks for ski, dance, run and swim, with my favourite being a neon cropped hooded sleeveless vest with a cityscape printed legging. Watch this space for an exclusive look at some of the snaps from next week's shoot.

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Tamara's Scrapbook /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1230/ /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1230/#comments Fri, 14 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/tamaras-scrapbook-1230/ Sweaty Betty's founder and creative director Tamara has her finger firmly on the pulse of what's hot in the worlds of fitness and fashion in London. Whether it’s trialling the latest classes, road-testing new activewear, or styling up the latest collections in her own, sports-versus-fashion way, each week we will be sharing the latest from Tamara's scrapbook.

Never afraid to speak her mind, Tamara's weekly blog will inspire, inform and sometimes spark a debate. This week, Tamara sweats it out at a new spin studio and has tickets to see Beyoncé live at the O2. 


Monday 3rd March: Run Club
Every Monday, 15 girls step away from their desks, pull on their trainers and hit the pavement. Our nightime run club is a weekly staple for the SB support team, and while we may all be firm friends in the office – come run night, it’s all about where you finish in the race. Today, our Harrods ambassador and ultra-marathon runner Annie brings her killer abs and motivational speeches to lead us on a 5K route along the Fulham Palace Road. Keeping up with this amazing athlete and beating last week’s PBs well and truly got the blood pumping! Annie continues the training by whipping us into shape with a hardcore abs session that leaves us destroyed.



Tuesday 4th March: Beyoncé Concert
I love a strong woman, so the chance to go and see Beyoncé live at the O2 was something I was never going to miss! Health-conscious Beyoncé and her athletic dancers looked incredible, and had such strength that it made the show even more dynamic than past concerts. She remained pitch-perfect song after song, not missing a single step of the energetic dance routines – and neither did I! Her stamina was inspiring, and just goes to show how hard performers have to train in order to last the night.



Thursday 6th March: Spin Class at Psycle
Thursday morning saw me heading to London’s Mortimer Street to try out the hot new spin studio Psycle. I cycle to work nearly everyday and love a good spin session, so I was intrigued to see the new concept that Psycle has launched in London.

Combining cycling with dance moves, hand weights and stability exercises, Psycle spin classes take place in a dark, disco-lit room to a pumping soundtrack. Basically, a dance class...in a nightclub...on a bike.

The studio is beautiful; the interior styling bright, elegant and welcoming, with the beat of the music creating an air of excitement and exhilaration. While I waited for my session to begin, another class was just finishing, and out walked the female instructor looking serene and composed, shortly followed by a group of ripped men, all looking completely exhausted. As I headed into the room, I wondered what I had let myself in for!

Putting my mind immediately at ease, however, was master trainer Tim Weeks. Tim worked with us back in 2012 on our Run Britannia event, and I knew he didn't suffer fools gladly. After explaining the format of the class and what to expect, we began spinning; moving from song to song with different workouts tailored to the beat, designed to work different body parts. My favourite was a series of ultra-challenging, ballet-style moves to tone and tighten the core. The 45-minute class was fantastic - tiring and tough yet fun and addictive. Afterwards, my legs, abs and arms felt heavy and achy, yet super energised too.

The showers at Psycle are also worth a mention. Stocked full of British brand Ila, I left the studio not only feeling amazing after my workout, but smelling it too! Quite the change from the average spin class, that's for sure.



Friday 7th March - Sunday 9th March: West Wittering
Like the rest of the British population, the news that the weather was going to be unseasonably warm this weekend prompted an immediate change of plans to ensure we would spend those heavenly two days off enjoying the great outdoors. For my family and I, this meant a trip to our beach house in West Wittering. It’s my seaside refuge from the city buzz, and we've been coming here for years; my husband going kite-surfing while my children and I take the dog for runs along the beach, followed by sunset sailing trips.

It was during one such visit to West Wittering that I found the inspiration for our current SS14 collection. Beach huts, nautical themes and competitive sailing numbers inspired bold prints and flowing shapes, while the stunning scenery and unpredictability of the British weather made it the perfect setting for our 'Against The Elements' photoshoot. I couldn't resist adding a few of my favourites from the photoshoot below.

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New Mid-Season Styles In-Store & Online /blog/new-midseason-styles-instore-online/ /blog/new-midseason-styles-instore-online/#comments Thu, 13 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/new-midseason-styles-instore-online/ With the new SS14 collection launched back in January, and the second round of our beautiful summer activewear not due for release until April, we at Sweaty Betty thought our inspirational, fitness-loving customers deserved a few mid-season treats in the form of five beautiful new styles.

Designed to enhance your performance and ensure you look amazing during your workout, we introduce the five new styles for February...

Slogan S/Slv Dance Tee
Designed for dance

Make a dance style statement with this soft tee with subtle keyhole open back. A loose, flattering fit and high-stretch, breathable fabric make this the urban dancer's mid-season must-have. Take the hint - don't stand, just dance.

Seamless Ejecta Training Top
Designed for running, training



The innovative seamless design makes this top the perfect choice for a comfortable, on-trend workout. It's high-stretch, antibacterial with breathable mesh back panels and feminine styling of a ribbed waistband, bright colour and flattering gathered details. Ticked every box? We thought so...

Postcard S/Slv Dance Tee
Designed for dance

The signature postcard print gives a nod to 50s beachside nostalgia, while the soft fabric and slight batwing sleeves provide an easy, relaxed fit to flatter your silhouette. Perfect for dance rehearsals layered over a colourful cami, this gorgeous tee looks equally chic paired with jeans and heels.  

Hero Power Run Capris
Designed for running



Updated for SS14, these popular, performance-enhancing capris make their return with contrasting colour panels for a streamlined look. As for functionality, they're sweat-wicking, quick-drying and high-stretch with elasticated waistband and back zip pocket. Putting power in your pace from start to finish.

Warm Up Sleeveless Vest
Designed for workouts



Soft, sweat-wicking and sleeveless - this thermal, zip-through tunic has a flattering dropped hem and funnel-neck hood with audio port guide for a more entertaining workout, making it the ideal layer for summer runs.
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Our Favourite Fusion Fitness Classes of 2014 /blog/our-favourite-fusion-fitness-classes-of-2014/ /blog/our-favourite-fusion-fitness-classes-of-2014/#comments Fri, 17 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/our-favourite-fusion-fitness-classes-of-2014/ Over the last 12 months, hot new fitness trends have arrived in abundance, with a particular few taking the workout world by storm and turning 2013 into the year of SoulCycle, Barrecore and HIIT. Looking ahead to the ever-expanding landscape of sporting innovation, the exercise community are already set to make 2014 the year of fusion fitness.

From cardio-craving yogis to Spinning fanatics looking to tone their triceps, the new realm of fusion fitness spans a wide variety of specifically-designed classes offering the ultimate in new-and-improved, body-toning workouts. Inspired by our January Guest Instructor Event, Cardiolates, here are my top 5 fusion-fitness classes to try in 2014.

1. Cardiolates
The inspirational instructors of London's TenPilates studio have just launched high-energy class, Cardiolates. Designed to produce quick, effective results, this 'unapologetically challenging' workout combines Spinning with Reformer Pilates, aiming to build endurance, sculpt the body and improve strength and posture. Sweaty Betty customers took advantage of the body-toning benefits of Cardiolates at the Guest Instructor Event on 15th January, stretching and cycling to their full potential. 


2. Aquacycling
A firm favourite on the New York City fitness scene, Aquacycling is a more intense version of Spinning where the bike is submerged in water. The addition of water increases resistance and works the back and core harder than your regular Spin class. This low-impact, high-results class is available in UK studios such as London's Hydrofit and fitness club AquAllure, and at the Aqua studio in TriBeCa, NYC.


3. Piloxing
Already popular in the US, non-stop cardio class, Piloxing, is a combination of standing Pilates, boxing and dance. The class, that involves wearing weighted boxing gloves and working out to music, was designed to boost cardiovascular health, fat burning and muscle toning. Sweaty Betty fans got a taste of this up-and-coming workout in our Richmond store last year, to great success. Piloxing is currently available at NYC's Elements studio in TriBeCa and at Push Studios in East Dulwich, UK. 


4. BoxingYoga
Those who regularly attend Sweaty Betty's Guest Instructor Events may remember the BoxingYoga class that we held in August 2013. Conceived by boxer Matt Garcia and contemporary dancer Kajza Ekberg, this innovative workout draws upon boxing techniques and Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga to improve mental strength, physical fitness and flexibility. Classes are available at several gyms and studios across London, or you can take part from the comfort of your own home by clicking to our online class here: www.sweatybetty.com/boxingyoga-with-kajza-ekberg-artlboxingyoga/.


5. Ballet Bootcamp
Hot on the heels of dance-inspired barre fitness, Ballet Bootcamp is the hot new body-sculpting class that fuses the posture-correcting movements of classical ballet with yoga and conditioning workouts. Moving from first position to fifth with a mix of planks, press-ups and cardio exercises, the class lengthens and strengthens the body and hones the physique. Ballet Bootcamp is currently offered at NYC's ChaiseElements studio in Grammercy, and will soon be available as part of Sweaty Betty's Get Fit 4 Free campaign throughout February. More details coming soon to www.sweatybetty.com/get-fit-4-free-artlgetfit4free_landing/.


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Against The Elements: Creative Direction /blog/against-the-elements-creative-direction/ /blog/against-the-elements-creative-direction/#comments Tue, 14 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000 Tamara /blog/against-the-elements-creative-direction/

Athlete Workout Vest:
The Antigravity print on the Athlete Workout Vest depicts the lines of vintage navigational charts. Our design team removed the maps on the charts to reveal the unique criss-crossing pattern, giving the Athlete Workout Vest an added, fashion-forward edge.
- Laura, Designer 



Stage Door Tee:
A favourite of Sweaty Betty Founder Tamara, the Stage Door Tee features a photograph from English National Ballet's image archive. It showcases the strength, elegance and poise of a prima ballerina the moment before she spins onstage; the perfect print to inspire your performance from pre-rehearsal to post-show.
- Lisa, Designer



Sail Away Swimsuit:
Combined with a bright fluro colour palette, the statement print on the Sail Away Swimsuit is taken directly from the competitive sailing numbers used across the world, enhancing functionality with style.
- Mathilde, Buyer



Chandrasana Yoga Leggings:
Printed on the Chandrasana Yoga Leggings, this eye-catching design was inspired by the triangular shape of the sails in beautiful aquatic colours. Combined with opaque, sweat-wicking fabric, these are the go-to leggings for adding style and support to your practice.
- Charlotte, Yoga Buyer



Sadhaka L/Slv Yoga Top:
The movement and fluidity of sails flowing in the wind inspired the asymmetrical style and design of the Sadhaka L/Slv Yoga Top, providing a flattering fit and relaxed look perfect for pre or post-workout.
- Julia, Designer
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