I find most of my yoga clothing on Amazon or even at Old Navy or Forever 21. I wear cami tops and fisherman pants usually but I practise on my own with videos most of the time. As long as my clothing isn't loose I'm alright~
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Thanks ERICNJ28 for sharing. I believe that as long as the clothes are comfortable and not too loose, there is no need to spend a lot of money in clothes to practice Yoga, but I understand that for some is useful info, so good idea to post the link.
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