As a busy mama I love stylish but functional clothing I can move in. It’s no fun wearing constricting clothes that don’t breath while your with your toddler at activities like gymnastics and mommy and me.
Thanks to prAna sustainable clothing I found good, breathable clothes that are stylish AND good for the environment.
prAna creates versatile, stylish, and sustainable clothing and accessories that you can wear during every activity, every adventure, every day. How do they know? Because they base their designs on their own experiences. You see they’re more than makers, they’re doers—yogis, climbers, and world travelers—and they use their knowledge to make clothes that look good and play hard. They like to focus on the details, and aren’t afraid to go bold when it comes to colors and whimsical patterns. They love to combine classic style with modern materials, ever mindful of where and how their creations are made.
I put prAna to the test and picked out two items.
I picked the Deedra Sweater Tunic and paired it with these tights and these shoes.The Deedra Sweater Tunic is a mid-weight knit woven from an organic cotton blend. Design features include a V-neck, mixed knit pattern styling, dropped hem tail, and side vents for a relaxed fit. My 2nd item was the Caraway Tights with this shirt and these sneakers.The Caraway Tight is a performance tight with moisture wicking properties. These high-rise compression pants are designed with flatlock construction and a triangle gusset for added durability. Complete with wide waistband, internal drawcord, and hidden mesh pocket.Both pieces were comfortable yet stylish. I love the rich colors and breathable cotton. Here are some more fun looks by prAna.
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Disclosure: This post was written as part of my participation in the Moms Meet program. While prAna provided me material and necessary resources to complete various activities, the thoughts and statements in this post are my own.