I was not compensated for this post. I received a pair of Onzie leggings and a sports bra in exchange for a product review; all opinions are entirely my own.
It’s not easy to find the right yoga gear, and I dunno about you, but I don’t like to cough up well over $100 for a pair of leggings (looking at you, Schmuluschmelon). Then there are the other online retailers who make clothing that barely survives the first wash.
That’s why I was extremely excited to try out Onzie, an active apparel company created by a former Bikram yogi that prides itself on no-frills one-pieces and separates that are functional, flexible, and flattering. Their pieces are made with Free-Flow Fabric Technology that helps you transition in and out of yoga poses as seamlessly as you can the rest of your day.
My favorite part? “In keeping with the principle of being inclusive, rather than exclusive, Onzie is affordably-priced and suitable for all activities and practices. Onzie products are made with love in southern California.”
After many years of taking Bikram, I can honestly say that these clothes truly are breathable and very comfortable (I wore them on a 90+ degree day and loved that the pants were ultra lightweight). Also, can we talk about how incredibly fashionable these are? These are great yoga studio-to-lunch kind of pants and since we are all constantly on the move, it’s nice to find a pair of leggings that can come anywhere with us. If you like the pants (I’m obsessed with this print, which immediately reminded me of a Van Gogh painting), click here to find them online!
Please disregard my hair in this photograph. I’m not quite sure what was happening there.
I’ve personally struggled for years to find a sports bra that not only fits and supports, but one that doesn’t make my girls feel confined (I’m a bit well endowed, if you catch my drift). I can honestly say I didn’t once have to adjust the Cage Bra after a full day of walking around Hoboken and I love the peekaboo straps that show through any low-cut shirt. I do wish these had built-in cutlets, but again, that’s because I have boulders for boobs. 🙂