When I first started getting more into physical fitness and practicing yoga I didn’t tend to think too much about what I was wearing. I pretty much went with whatever was cheapest at Wal-Mart which hey kind of makes sense when you’re 20 and living off student loans.
I still think of myself as a bargain shopper because, well, I’m a writer. My salary sucks. But if there’s one thing I will never, ever skimp on it’s good fitness gear and good travel equipment. Yes, those are two things. I don’t math very well.
PrAna asked me to try some clothes from their new spring collection and I always get really excited about pants that aren’t jeans and shirts that aren’t itchy. Read: I live in gym clothes. PrAna yoga gear is also fair trade certified, meaning all their gear is made of natural fibers, organic cotton, and recycled materials.
Nowadays when I’m packing for trips I tend to look for clothing that is lightweight and versatile. I’m a chesty woman so to find a tank-top with a built in bra that actually WORKS is like trying to argue sense into a die-hard Duggar family fan that Josh is actually a criminal and not some messenger of god. (Really, really hard.)
They do a lot of other stuff besides yoga as well, like swim wear and dresses. Check out their website. Have you tried prAna?