how to find the perfect yoga pants
At least female employees)
When choosing yoga pants, there are: do I look good in my ass?
Are they comfortable and flattering?
Will they stretch/pack after I practice?
What is the rise of too high/too low?
What do they do if I sweat? (
Who has not suffered a terrible crotchsweat look)?
For picky yogis, here are some things to consider when finding the perfect pants: 1. Color -
It\'s cliché, but dark colors like black, brown, dark blue are easier to wear and more flattering than others. Grey marle (
Old school sports Gray for old gymnastics shirts)
Lovely but it\'s possible to make you look a bit like a college student.
Also, it really shows sweating water.
White is an amazing shade for Kundalini yoga practitioners. A form-
The fitted white pants require great confidence and if you feel like you have legs to do it, do it! 2. Fabric-
The trick is to find something with the right weight and have a good thigh/ass/waist support factor without making you feel like you\'re wearing a diving suit.
This is especially important if you are wearing a light color.
Look for ideal natural fiber fabrics as they allow your body to breathe while performing challenging exercises.
The cotton/Leica blend is ideal and the organic cotton is better.
What you can also throw into the washing machine is essential.
Most of the active pants should also be colored. fast. 3. Cut -
It is essential to find the perfect pair of pants.
The most flattering length for a variety of body types is the boot, with a little flash at the ankle.
They make your legs look longer and the hips look well matched. A wide-
The waist band is also the key to avoiding being cut in half and feeling safe and supported when bending forward.
Most people feel the best at the waist
The band is about an inch above the hips.
Another hazard to yoga pants is the fear of the crotch.
Avoid this and make sure the pants are not too tight on the thighs and not too low to rise.
Interesting details like artificial flies will help minimize this.
All of the above information also applies to shorter length pants such as capris, although the boot cut is the most flattering cut as described above.
Don\'t forget to take good care of those perfect pants when you find them!
Do not use bleach or excessive hot water when washing your pants.
This will cause unnecessary wear and tear.
Once you find those pants, treat them as if they were your best friends --with care!
When you have pants, the rest of your clothes are a breeze!