- The right stuff is as comfortable in the studio as it is stylish at the juice bar. Check out our favorite women's yoga essentials from the 2013 Summer Buyer’s Guide.
Nike Studio Wrap shoesWhether you’re worried about rental-mat hygiene or you just want better grip, the modular Studio Wrap strips down from a ballet flat to an open-toe neoprene slipper with grippy nubs on the bottom. ($110)
New Balance Spree capri pantsPart of New Balance’s expanded line of yoga-specific apparel, the Spree capris are some of the comfiest and most flattering we’ve worn. ($60)
Vega Vibrancy barsFormulated by Ironman triathlete Brendan Brazier, these all-natural bars are made mostly from raw and sprouted plant-based superfoods like chia, hemp, and buckwheat. Sounds challenging, we know, but they taste great. Seriously. ($3)
JadeYoga Harmony Professional matAfter years of slipping and sliding, we’ve decided it’s worth investing in a top-notch exercise mat. The Harmony Professional is made from a textured natural rubber and is the most slip-resistant mat we’ve tried. ($70)
Moving Comfort Urban Burnout scarfWhen you need just a touch of postworkout warmth, this soft, breathable infinity scarf is perfect. ($30)
Carve Designs Rae tankBecause the band around the bottom of this mostly mesh tank sits taut around your hips, it never slides up. A built-in peekaboo sports bra adds support and a hint of style. ($48)
Eddie Bauer Travex wrapThrow it over your yoga clothes and you’ve got an instant, errand-ready outfit. ($50)
Prana June toteJust the right size (big enough for a mat, a change of clothes, a yoga block, a water bottle, and the day’s necessities), with built-in grommets that let sweaty clothes air out. ($80)
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