Wellness Gear Alert: Phat Buddha's Hot Yoga Wear Comes From Its Founders Heart

(Courtesy: Phat Buddha. L-R: Varick Tank $52,  Jane Glitter Capri $54) If you're a hot yoga fan, you know wearing the right outfit is part of having a great class. And not necessarily what it looks like (though style certainly helps) but comfort, ventilation, and ease of movement are all key factor when considering what to wear in the hot room––and, for tried and try yogis who like to wear their yoga attire in and out of the studio––pretty much all day long. That's where Phat Buddha ($36 to $72) comes in. From leggings to shorts and sports bras, Phat Buddha's wearability, comfort, and function are second to none. The pieces are "organically conscious," and super, stylish too, featuring detailing like glitters, studs, and jewels. Seamless construction is one of the brand's design secrets, which helps these comfy pieces fall under the "one size fits most" umbrella. All things considered, it comes as no surprise to learn that the line is designed and created by a woman who completed Bikram yoga teacher training (after exploring a career in real estate development.) So, in short, Alissa Benishai knows what real women want to wear to yoga.
(Courtesy: Phat Buddha, Greenwich CrissCross $56) Phat Buddha is available at Bloomingdales, all exhale locations, and hotels such as the Standard, Setai, Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons. Phat Buddha also just launched its second Phat Buddha for Tracy Anderson collaboration.