How much do we love organic cotton?
More than a lot, to say a little. So it’s no surprise that we love Hyde Yoga, a fellow Brooklyn-based business that designs and produces the most exquisite organic cotton yoga togs out there. And we’re not alone in our adoration.
Schuyler Grant in Trieger tank and Chrystie shorts
Schuyler Grant, director of Kula Yoga Project and co-founder of the Wanderlust Festival, tells us that she happens to be wearing her current favorite Hyde tank—the Long Cami—right now: “I’m not an ‘ambassador’ for ANY product lines; I just happen to love the clothes that Hyde makes, and I wear them, A LOT. I love that they breathe, but I don’t become a shapeless sack when I sweat in them! They hug me just enough, but never squeeze. Hyde always features subtle but tasty colors, and flattering, creative cuts—no zany prints or silly, frilly details. I wear them OFF the mat almost all the time because I want to be ready to practice at any moment, but the truth is that they are simply among my very favorite clothes, period. And the wool cashmere hoodie? Please.” As an aside, it’s no surprise that Hyde makes exclusive branded merchandise for Wanderlust.
Elena Brower in Vira tank—her design
supporting Women for Women International
and Divine Drawstring pants
Virayoga’s Elena Brower couldn’t agree more: “Hyde clothing has always held a place in my practice and in my heart. The colors, cuts and fit are consistent and beautiful both on the mat and off. The simplicity is key for me—I layer these pieces with other lines, and wear them in other contexts aside from yoga. Since Hyde’s first season, the quality is undeniable and so right on. I’m proud to be wearing (and when I’m lucky, designing for) Hyde Yoga.”
Stephanie Snyder in Taryn halter and Chrystie pants
Stephanie Snyder at Urban Flow in San Francisco proclaims: “Hyde answers the call for high performance, insanely comfortable and organic clothing. I wear it everywhere. It’s feminine and simple and always flatters. The fabrics are so soft and forgiving that I even wore the pants all the way through both of my pregnancies. These clothes are truly designed for my crazy yogi life-from teaching to practicing to running after my kids and on rare occasion actually lounging. LOVE Hyde!”
Janet Stone in Kitkat tank and Cropped Divine Drawstring
Find the line at www.yogahyde.com, and find yourself in delicious comfort in even your most challenging poses, organically.
About Hyde Yoga:
Hyde is a Brooklyn-based, yogini-owned and operated line of organic yoga apparel. Born in 2005, Hyde continues to make comfortable and beautiful yoga apparel that moves and breathes with your practice. Shop today!