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Plus-Size Yoga Clothes!

November 18, 2011

Recently, I was invited to represent a classy line of yoga clothes for us curvy gals.  Manufactured in Hong Kong out of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, the clothes are comfy and perfect for yoga, but also for travel, and just lounging around the house.  There are 9 different items–one of my favorites is a cute dress that can be worn over your leggings so that you can go to a yoga class and then on to the bank and other errands without having your bedonk-a-donk hanging out.

elsa dee dress

There are also 2 versions of yoga leggings, one long and one capri length.  All the styles come in 4 colors–black, steel grey, teal and purple.  Just because we may be a plus size doesn’t mean we have to only wear black!  When we are no longer a size 4, we want to choose clothes that give us a positive body image.  Here’s a picture of one of my adorable students wearing the purple jacket and the teal long pants.

Elsa Dee

Elsa Dee outfit

The manufacturer is a company called Elsa Dee–after the owner’s graandmother.  You can see more examples of the clothes by going to the Big Yoga website.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Anna (Aruna) Reifman permalink
    November 18, 2011 12:57 am

    Thank you so much for this Is there a size chart so we know what size to order? I sometimes take a 1x and sometimes a 2x depending on what size they are. For example some people think a 22 is 1x and others 2x. Thanks

    • January 16, 2012 9:08 pm

      I have posted a size chart on the bigyogaonline website! thanks for asking–Meera

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