We've been big fans of Onzie for a while now, so of course we said yes when they asked us to review their latest collection! The Etherial Collection is dark, stormy and sexy, with flattering patterns and fits to boot. They've succeeded in taking yoga style to the next level by introducing all new and innovative styles, but have stuck to their roots by giving the classics an updated twist. We suggest checking out Onzie's line of activewear, you won't be disappointed.
Watch the video below to see Onzie's gear in action as 26 LA yogis X-press themselves in Onzie's new video piece The A to Z of Yoga.
Yoga Poses: A-Z from The Onzie Crew on Vimeo.
Onzie products are always sustainable, durable, versatile and made in L.A. They’re designed to keep you dry though the most intense spin class, stay put during all those crazy arm balances, and hang in there with you though every mile. Read on for the Onzie Etherial Collection review!
At YTT, we like to keep it real. We’re not yogis who sugar coat our feedback, so what you read is what you can expect from these Onzie products!
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Sarah’s Activities: An all around athlete and cardioholic, Sarah’s workouts include swimming, spinning/cycling, running, yoga, CrossFit, weightlifting and anything else that’s difficult. You can expect that her workout apparel get’s put through the ringer.
First Impression: Super cute and I love the color. It's heavier than I was expecting too!
Fit: Loose, cozy and warm. I would definitely pair it with a tighter-fitting bottom because of it's boxiness. But I have to admit to wearing this all day long as soon as I put it on. I felt super chic as I was lounging around my house...
Performance: This is what you want to wear during like, every Savasana ever. It's not so much for wearing during class than for wearing to and from the studio, and that it does with impeccable style and attitude.
First Impression: I love the color! The stripes are a sort of metallic, glittery, shiny stuff. Rad.
Fit: As always, like a glove! They make the booty pop!
Performance: While these would probably be good for yoga, I wouldn't run in them like I would in other capris from Onzie. The glittery, shiny stripes look super badass and classy, but they're raised slightly from the material so they make a swish-swish sound where the legs rub together. Unless you have leg-gap, it's kind of annoying.
First Impression: The color-blocking is so cool, and the colors are vivid and bright.
Fit: Only ok. I was expecting a little bit of shaping from the cups in this sucker, but there really isn't any at all, and apparently my 'ladies' aren't quite the right shape for this bra to fit like the photo.
Performance: Dismal. Leaning forward and inversions are a terrible idea. Yin (floor) yoga might be ok. The straps are super thin, so there's not much support, and the seams make for awkward wear under clothes. I would say only get this for Bikram/Hot yoga, and you might want to avoid if your ta-ta's are larger than B's.
Want to see more Onzie? Check out their latest collection here.