Where do you find stylish, affordable yoga clothing in plus sizes? I get this question maybe more than any other! Let’s get right to it – here’s a list of my favorite resources!
Superfit Hero is a feminist, body-positive, woman-owned athletic wear brand! I reviewed their clothing here in a video, and my favorite thing about their leggings? They have POCKETS! Superfit Hero has hooked you up with an awesome discount as a Body Positive Yoga subscriber. Enjoy 15% off your order at Superfit Hero. Use code SUPERYOGA. View the collection
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Not to toot my own horn but… ok, I’ll toot my own horn. I spent a lot of time researching quality, stylish shirts with extended sizing, and I think the Body Positive Yoga shirt collection is pretty darn cool. There are several styles to choose from and sizing to fit a wide range of bodies. I’d love it if you checked out my shirts here.
Manifesta is an independent athletic wear brand with extended sizing and even baby and maternity items. I reviewed several of their items here. View the collection
I’ve gotten some staple pieces from Old Navy over the years, and their collection has gotten a little more spirited, too, with some fun patterns and colors. Watch for their frequent clearance sales – you can pick up tops for as little as 3 bucks! View the collection
Lane Bryant’s activewear game has really improved over the past few years. Their Livi Active line has a huge selection now, with some truly cute and stylish pieces. I also have to say it’s pretty exciting to see them using plus size athletes as the models for this line, now. View the collection
Torrid has a decent-sized collection with lots of camo, neons, and coral. If you want shirts with quotes/sayings on them, they’re your go-to. View the collection
Sweet Legs is a Canadian leggings company that features lots of print options, from subdued to funky and loud. View the collection
When it comes to sports bras, the Glamorise Ultimate Full-Figure Sports Bra is my go-to these days. It doesn’t mush you flat, no underwires, and it’s still supportive enough for medium-impact activities. You can view all their bras here.
Kohls, Champion, and even Nike have gotten into the plus-size activewear game as well. Some of the pieces are frumpy, but there are a few gems in there – so check out those places as well!
Hope this is helpful! See you on the mat!
Thank you for this review! It was just what I needed since many of these resources were new to me. I ordered from Old Navy – didn’t even know they carried plus sizes.
I cannot find plus size leotards – not body suits- leotards!