Yoga is a great exercise to relax. However, like anything else, it can come with a fair setback. One of the things freshmen ask me the most is what type of yoga suit is best to wear during exercise. It may sound a bit superficial, but listen to me. I don\'t advocate that you go out and buy a brand new wardrobe so you can look stylish while fitting. Although this is important for many people, the most important thing is not that kind of care. The most important thing is to be comfortable with your yoga clothes. Too tight clothes will limit your movements. At the same time, too loose clothes will hinder you. During your workout, you don\'t want to distract anything at all, especially things you can control, like what you\'re wearing. Still, finding something comfortable is the first requirement. Remember, when you\'re wearing something in exercise, the biggest distraction is how you feel on your second skin. Feeling comfortable is the concept of psychological comfort and physical comfort. You need to feel comfortable with your appearance, but most importantly, for yoga, if you want to get the most out of exercise, you need to feel physically comfortable in a yoga suit. Followed closely by how your wardrobe is actually matched. Ideally, you want something loose enough so that you can exercise your posture in all directions. I found the simple cotton shirt great for your upper body. Because many poses require a lot of fluid movement, it is actually very bad to wear a tight shirt. While it should be noted that too large shirts are easily tied. You also want yoga suits that are tight enough so they don\'t fall down or become obstacles. I would suggest making the elasticity for your lower body. If the pants are tight but stretch again, you can make sure they never get in the way of you. Sweat pants can work if you are not comfortable with elasticity. All you need to do is make sure they are not too loose and the belt will stay in the right place. You least want them to slip away. When you try a posture that requires a lot of balance, anything that gets in the way of your feet can be disastrous. This makes the dressing room in the store very important. I can\'t stress this: try it on before you buy clothes! Try to do some poses while you are in the dressing room. This should give you a good idea of the work that yoga suits are installed in class. Of course, things will shrink during washing, but you will have a better idea of what these items can handle.