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It's a brand new year and whether your resolutions include 6am SoulCycle
, rest and relaxation, or plenty of both, we've got you covered with the most deliciously comfy athleisure
around. And here's the kicker — it's all ethically sourced and eco-friendly so you can promote personal and
when you're running a half marathon (or having a movie marathon). Scroll on to check out the most ethically innovative and stylish athleisure brands around!
Threads 4 Thought Imari Legging ($78):
Featuring a recycled polyester-Spandex blend, these leggings are manufactured with social responsibility in mind. This super cool company uses organic cotton, recycled materials, and Lenzing Modal made from the pulp of beech trees (which are sustainably trimmed instead of cut down).
LVR Asymmetrical Zip Hoodie ($82):
This organic hoodie is lusciously soft, handmade, and
low-impact dyed in Los Angeles. Additionally, LVR donates a portion of their profits to a Guatemala-based wildlife rescue center
and donates clothes to the Downtown Women's Center in LA. So. Freakin'. Eco-Cool.
Esplar Low Leather Ambre ($118):
Lined with organic cotton and made with wild Amazonian rubber, the Esplar trainers are named after a Brazilian NGO (that supports native farming). These are eco-kicks that kick some serious a**.
Elle Evans Fruta 7/8th Legging ($108):
Designed with sustainability in mind and with the use of waste-based Econyl
fabric, this Aussie-favorite swimwear brand also features very
fruity leggings. We're guessing they're sure to help you nail that handstand you've been practicing (or perfect your Shavasana — AKA corpse pose — no judgment here).
PACT Super Soft Organic Leggings ($30):
You really can't beat this price point, especially when you consider these organic, fair trade cotton tights make your booty look that good.
just be. Performance Bamboo Muscle Tank ($55):
Launched by Aussie yogi Jason Pachol
, just be. is inspired by living a low-stress lifestyle. All of their goods pass strict fair trade guidelines, and TBH, we can't think of a better way to build that muscle mass, bb's.
Yoga Democracy Trinity Urban Active Leggings ($90):
Committed to paying a fair wage and charging a fair price, Yoga Democracy is serious company #goals. Produced in-house at their workshop, these leggings are made from 95 percent recycled fabrics and will support you in all your workout goals.
Patagonia Barely Bra ($45):
As leaders in the eco-fashion revolution, Patagonia has pretty much set the rules to the responsibly sourced clothing game. Take your back squat or your backbend to the next level in this quick-drying, 75 percent recycled sports bra.
Prana Revere Tank ($35):
Fair trade certified and anti-odor, this top is LIT and made for all that eco-fire you're about to start. Hip-hop dance or just hang out in this relaxed fit tank tailor-made for being the rockstar you are.
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