By Sarah Huntington
We all spend so much time eating organic, and making sure all our body products and home products are free from harmful chemicals and bad practices, but what about our clothes? There’s nothing wrong with feeling good ethically about the clothes you’re wearing — especially when you’re doing something as good for your body as getting your #sweat on.
Each of these brands is ethically sourced, and as close to organic as possible. I feel good when I am wearing clothes that come with a conscience. It’s all about living the cleanest life possible, with the smallest footprint. Take care of yourself, take care of the earth, take care of your fellow humans.
All of these outfits are perfect for winter studio workouts — from the yoga mat to spin class. Enjoy the season, sweat the chill away, and keep active to stay warm. You won’t regret it.
These cozy pieces will keep you warm on the way to the gym to get your #sweat on.
We love workout wear that can translate from the yoga mat to the bar afterward for drinks.
Wear your workout clothes in style — and know that you can feel good about where these clothes came from.
This look is clean and crisp — not to mentioned that the clothes are clean-sourced.
Add a snowy twinkle to your winter workout wear, and a twinkle to your eye.
About the Organic Companies:
Started in 1994 to create organic clothing made in the USA to fit the way women live. A San Francisco based company.
Synergy Organic Clothing
Synergy Organic Clothing creates fashion forward clothing and yoga apparel for women. Effortless style meets being kind to the earth… Now that’s a company I can get behind.
Brooklyn based designer Tara St. James uses organic cotton, linen, hand-dyed fabrics, and recycled materials.
The minimalist approach to fashion is certainly in line with the eco-friendly mentality. The line’s environmental impact also is minimal – they practice what they preach. Each garment is sewn in a small, family owned factory in New York. High quality low impact fabrics: Japanese organic cotton, Italian vegetable tanned leather, dead stock wool from the local garment industry.
A vagabond by nature, Sarah Huntington has traveled to Egypt, Argentina, Turkey, Austria, Vietnam, London, and France... to name a few. She loves to travel, hike, and explore the world. She played collegiate basketball and studied Literature, History and Education at Connecticut College, and is currently a high school English teacher and basketball coach. Sarah is also a runner (completed the NYC Marathon), and her newest workout obsession is kickboxing. Sarah currently lives in Wilton, CT with her pitbull Jada, and enjoys spending her "free" time writing, reading, practicing yoga, working on meditating, and investigating all things related to fitness, fashion, and literature.