So you’ve just finished a great workout or a yoga class and you are not all that sweaty. You want to run errands around town or you have an appointment. You refuse to be seen in your yoga outfit once you exit the studio… what do you do?
You take a long white blouse like this one by Comrags and layer it with the yoga top. Voilà.. .you have an instant fashion-forward outfit. I have been an enormous fan of Comrags for decades. I have featured it on this blog. As a Canadian, I am always eager to promote Canadian fashion, which I feel is very under-represented in an industry that focuses heavily on European labels.
Comrags clothing is easy to wear, affordable, and incredibly chic. I can just as easily wear each of these pieces on their own, making this a very practical purchase. I paired this ensemble with my oh-so-edgy flats by Walter Steiger, who used to have a flagship store in Manhattan. When they closed, I was heartbroken; now, I often visit theirParisian website, or, if you are a perfect 7.5, purchase these on the Real Real.
This on-the-go outfit calls for a light and roomy backpack like this one, which I have taken on many a trip. It is both nylon and frameless, making it incredibly easy to pack and lug around the streets of your next destination.
I have no idea if the Comrags designers meant the leggings and top to be a yoga outfit, but I decided that they are perfect for it, and wore it to the Bloomingdale’s Give Pink Yoga event. Bloomingdale’s is hugely supportive of Breast Cancer and always dedicates 100% of the proceeds from their Give Pink month-long event to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, The Carey Foundation, and Marisa Acochella Marchetto Foundation.
If you are reading this blog, then I know you are a woman on the go, who is both stylish and philanthropic. I encourage you to visit your local Bloomies, and shop for this worthy cause.
Heading into Down Dog… that’s me, 3rd from the right.
Top, Leggings, and Blouse by Comrags; Walter Steiger Shoes; Chloe Backpack; Robin Terman Choker and Earrings.