Hi! My name is Kendall Covitz and I am the new ActivewearUSA blogger. I am thrilled to bring you new topics on health, yoga, nutrition, and fitness! I am a yoga instructor, holistic nutrition counselor, and blogger based in Boston, MA. When I am not seeing clients or teaching, I love to spend time walking my dog, running the occasional 5k, and any outdoor activity where I can be in the sun. I cannot wait for summer in Boston!
When getting your asana or yoga on, often times you find yourself in a poses that you never thought your body could twist into. With twisting, balancing, and even relaxing in child’s pose, you want to feel covered and comfortable.
Sometimes being in the moment is difficult enough without potential wardrobe malfunctions. For effortless style and to feel comfortable during your practice, check out a few of my favorite pieces to wear to yoga that never go out of style.
First up is the PrAna Sabin Chakara Top. It comes in five solid colors that are simple, keep you covered, and are a classic staple in a yogini’s wardrobe. The shelf bra and ruched v neck is a perfect way to add shape without over exposing yourself in your down dog. I have this top in a pretty light purple from last year. I wear this top as soon as it is out of the wash. It is one of my absolute favorites. I find that it is fitted to avoid riding up during class but also comfortable without feeling skin tight.
SoLow is a classic yoga pant that always has fun colors, is extremely comfortable, and you can adjust the fold. You can go for a super low look walking into the yoga studio and raise the fold during class for a little extra coverage. SoLow has been in my closet for over 10 years now.
The last item that is an absolute must; an easy pullover or long sleeve shirt. I mentioned that I am ready for sun and that’s because I am always cold! There is nothing better then bundling up in a cozy layer before finding complete relaxation in savasana.
I’m loving this sunny yellow hooded knit top from Jala Clothing. Its has a flowy, effortless feeling that keeps you warm and comfortable for your final resting pose.
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