Where do you buy yoga clothes?

(18 Posts)
doadeer Thu 29-Aug-19 10:56:40

I've started a fun yoga vest brand on maternity and im trying to figure out who to approach about stocking them or have an etsy store...?

Where do you buy your yoga clothes from?

Thank you! 🙏

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Sooverthemill Thu 05-Sep-19 11:15:58

I don't really have 'yoga' clothes as I am always at home in my pjs for that! But I have a bra, vast and leggings from tk max for pilates ( a class in a centre so I have to dress) . I always find theybhave good brands I can afford there. But I buy so rarely others might have better ideas. I'm a miser about exercise clothes except bras

EmpressLesbianInChair Fri 06-Sep-19 23:27:18

I just wear my running kit. It’s sweat wicking, so tends to work nicely for Ashtanga classes.

LolaSmiles Fri 06-Sep-19 23:29:05

When I used to do yoga, I bought from TK Maxx and wore general gymwear. I tended to find that put "yoga" on most things meant the price went up.

Stravapalava Fri 06-Sep-19 23:33:32

I just wear standard gym clothes.

KellyHall Fri 06-Sep-19 23:34:49

I buy Pineapple dance wear from Debenhams

Loadedforbear Mon 09-Sep-19 21:18:56

I have to admit to being a sucker for BAM leggings. Made from Bamboo, fit great and feel great on sensitive skin. Pretty much live in them, looks down, yep! Totally guilty of hanging out in my active wear. <Mumbles> may have had a little online shopping treat there today also. Cough.

Nospringchickendipper Wed 11-Sep-19 10:04:33

I buy most of my yoga clothing from TKMaxx . I got some lovely soft yoga legging from there at a reasonable price.I looked at Sweaty Betty yoga clothing yesterday couldn't justify paying £90 for leggingssmile

GoldfishGirl Sun 01-Dec-19 11:05:50

Decathlon- really good value range, organic tops.

Eleanor6 Sat 07-Dec-19 21:05:30

I like sweaty Betty and lululemon

Tdaadfb100 Thu 04-Jun-20 22:53:19

Lululemon 🤮 overpriced in my opinion. Sweaty Betty (a little cheaper) or The Gap. You don’t need anything special as long as it’s breathable and comfortable.
I had one girl come to class wearing yoga socks (ok. If you like that sort of thing), gloves (?) and cat ears! Didn’t stop taking photos of herself ..“all the gear; no idea” 🙄

Egghead68 Thu 04-Jun-20 22:54:41

I get SweatyBetty in the sale.

KellyHall Thu 04-Jun-20 22:56:38

Pineapple dance wear from Debenhams

sixthtimelucky Sun 07-Jun-20 09:25:48

Sweaty Betty is imo by far the best but sooooo expensive so I ask for some on my birthday. It lasts forever and always fits well. Gap also v good and they always have a sale on.

Pipandmum Sun 07-Jun-20 09:33:31

M&S has a surprisingly good range. I think they have their own designers though.

LaVitaPuoEsserePiuBella Mon 26-Oct-20 06:55:00

Decathlon, lovely leggings for £12, and tops for around £8.
You can order online.

BML123 Sun 15-Nov-20 13:37:27

Lol this sounds like a great idea I really struggled for sportswear when pregnant. I have a yoga legging addiction so sweAty Betty, dharma bums, yogaleggs, spiritual gangster to name a few. Although tbh now I have a two year old clearly children’s shoes are top of my shopping list not yoga pants!!!

Yohoheaveho Sun 15-Nov-20 23:47:43

I practice at home so wear any old thing as long as it's comfortable, but for exercise wear generally I tend to go to sports shoes
www.sportsshoes.com/products/z/z/yoga/

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