Creative Yoga Clothes from Onzie

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Most of my yoga leggings are black – they are practical and go with everything, but I wouldn’t call them exciting. So when I saw the playful, colorful leggings and other activewear from 100% LA-made Onzie, I was so excited to try them! Onzie kindly sent me a pair of leggings and a bra in their bright Hawaii print, as well as capris covered with tiny flamingos for Natalie. Especially in this chilly weather, how appealing is this vivid fabric?! Just looking at it makes me feel like I am taking a vacation from this crazy snow. Wish I could be somewhere warm/able to do this!

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Onzie was created 20 years ago by a Bikram yoga enthusiast who was looking for clothing to be durable, breathable, and fast-drying. With the aim of bring innovation and a bit of whimsy to yoga apparel, the line is full of fun, vibrant prints. The material is thinner than one might expect, but somehow is completely opaque (a very important consideration!). The material has a silky feel, and  reminds me a bit of swimwear, and in fact some people wear the clothes for water sports! The prints are all so unique, and Onzie also make gypsy pants that look sooo comfortable. This brand definitely makes me wish I could wear yoga clothes all day, every day! If you are looking for a new yoga clothing brand to try, check out Onzie, and follow their instagram to see all the latest prints!

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We were gifted items from Onzie to try, however, as always, all opinions are our own. Thanks, Onzie!

Images: 1-Laura Chassaigne, 2-Courtesy of Onzie, 3-Natalie Kurtman

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  1. shelby dwyer says:

    I was just listening to a segment of Heritage Radio earlier today and they mentioned how on the East Coast we love solid, mostly black, athletic clothes, and on the West Coast they’re all about patterns! I, for one, love patterns, as long as they don’t make my thighs look bigger, haha. Love all of the prints this company has, thanks for sharing!

    • Laura says:

      I totally know what you mean – I felt nervous to try such a wild pattern at first! They are flattering though (once your eye adjusts!), and all the prints are so fun! :)