Canadian-made Karma Apparel Combines Comfort and Chic

This unique, Vancouver-based yoga apparel takes style and comfort to a new level

Karma’s Cielo Tee drapes loosely so it’s perfect for layering

Up your karma with local yoga apparel that is comfy, cozy and fashionable

I just had a baby a couple of months ago and my body is still craving TLC.

I want comfy clothes that let me move, but I also want to know that those clothes were made sustainably. That’s where Karma apparel comes in.

Karma is a Vancouver-based clothing company that combines comfort and chic simultaneously. Sure, it’s technically yoga apparel, but it also fashionable and functional enough to be considered daily wear.

Not only does Karma wear
 feel unbelievably comfortable post baby, it also inspires me to get back into a healthy lifestyle. And each piece is expertly designed, constructed and contoured to highlight the beauty of the female body. 
Here are some of my favourite pieces:

Cielo Tee, $48

It’s easy and it’s comfortable. This draped tee has a shaped hem and a V back. It’s perfect for throwing on after a class, or wearing over a bikini top, a breast feeding tank or just to lounge around in on a lazy Sunday.

It’s made with soft and luxurious Boo jersey, a natural and sustainable blend that wicks moisture.

San Suu Jacket, $108

This is a statement jacket. I love its asymmetrical ruffle, pleated sleeves and thumbholes. The fabric is breathable and wicks moisture.

It’s also fitted, so it keeps you cozy.

Alex Legwarmers, $28

The main reason I love these: they’re so cute! Of course they are perfect for the yogis and for the dancers, but they’re also a must-have for the fashionistas.

Imagine tights, these knee-length legwarmers and a pair of chunky boots this fall.