Kate Hudson has always been a trendsetter, and now she is also a fashion designer. Her brand “Fabletics” is an affordable fashion subscription service that offers cosy leggings, jackets, soft tees and adorable hoodies. And although yoga clothes and pants are so cosy and nice to wear there are several things you should be careful of:
DO: Make sure you select a pair that is truly opaque. Test them out in broad daylight or under bright lights.
DON’T: Wear them to work. Ever.
DO: Invest in the correct size. Women will of- ten purchase a size down to get a tighter fit or a longer shelf life since yoga pants stretch out. In reality, all you will end up in clothes that are too tight.
DON’T: Show your panty lines. If thongs ar- en’t your thing, there are great full-coverage bikini bottoms that are undetectable.
DO: Layer up! Throwing on a leather jacket or a dark trench over your yoga pants and T-shirt will instantly dress up your look.
DON’T: Keep wearing your favourite pair after the expiration date. Unlike jeans, yoga pants don’t age well. Toss them when they are overly faded, stretched or ripped.
DO: Accessorise! Nothing pulls together ath- leisure wear like a statement handbag and a pair of sunglasses.
DON’T: Try to pull off your craziest tie-dye yoga pants outside your ashtanga class. Stock up on neutral colours – navy, black, charcoal – that will go with anything.■