Accentuate that slammin’ bod in some new apparel designed for anyone practicing yoga. Looking fantastic in new workout gear is just the thing to get you amped before class, and there’s a variety of boutiques around town that cater specifically to that yoga set. As an added bonus, some shops are located in studios, making it convenient to stop in for a new yoga ensemble and take a few steps to check out a session in the same space. If that’s not enough, check out this list we compiled with even more places to shop for yoga apparel in the Metro Detroit area.
Citizen Yoga
1224 Library St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 502-5450
www.citizenyogastudio.com

Citizen Yoga carries a serious selection of gear and offers sessions at the studio to boot. For anyone enrolled in yoga classes anywhere, this boutique proves to be an excellent spot to score unique pieces that will give your workout wardrobe a kick in all the right places. Stop in and check out the selection and you’ll see why it’s easy to be on the cutting edge of fashion while donning workout apparel. From the uber cool leggins to graphic tanks and bras – their range of clothing is endless. Even rad sweatpants can be found here. Yes – rad and sweatpants can go hand in hand – sometimes. The stylin’ apparel lining the shelves is virtually guaranteed to turn heads as you strut your stuff before and after class.

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Yoga Shelter
69 W. Forest Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 831-9642
www.yogashelter.com

Yoga Shelter is filled with everything you need to kick your butt into gear for your next yoga class. Not only is the shop filled with yoga mats and cozy blankets – the space has accessories that will take your workout to the next level. Choose from a rainbow of colors that are sure to infuse a playful pop of color into your everyday yoga ensemble. Try a headband on for size, but we’re talking updated prints – you won’t find Olivia Newton John’s sweatband here! The entire shop is devoted entirely to items that will make you look and feel your best. And although these goods aren’t guaranteed to ease the burn of your intense class, they definitely will make you more stylish as you’re going through the moves – even if you’re covered in sweat.

True Body Fitness
1434 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI 48216
(810) 923-6705
www.tbfdetroit.com

True Body Fitness is the spot to score apparel for yoga classes.This fitness studio offers a broad range of sessions and caters to the yoga set. This studio shop carries apparel that will showcase all the effort you put into achieving that top-notch bod of yours. The workout gear is made exclusively by Pure Detroit and is made to last. Shirts and sweatshirts are in stock and available for a reasonable price.

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Nafas Fitness
811 N. Main
Royal Oak, MI 48067
(248) 677-0723
www.nafasfitness.com

Nafas Fitness offers yoga, workout and dance classes in the studio, but also has a shop that is stocked with yoga gear. Check out the line of inexpensive hoodies and tanks that come in an assortment of colors. There’s also super-soft shirts available for purchase, including long and short-sleeve styles. The clothing will give you a unique look and flatter your figure while you show off all those curves you worked hard to obtain. Pick up some accessories like cute leg warmers so you can rock your workout in style.

Our Greentopia
3165 12 Mile Road
Berkley, MI 48072
(248) 268-2123
www.ourgreentopia.com

Our Greentopia is a specialty boutique that carries environmentally-friendly products. This shop has a full line of gear and apparel perfect for your next yoga class. The selection is vast and ranges from mats and blankets to shirts and leggins. The best part is that the accessories and clothing are made from recycled materials and organic fabrics.

After receiving a BA in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, Nicole Wrona began working with a diverse range of musicians. In addition, she is a freelance writer for numerous publications. Her work can be found at www.metalleaves.com and Examiner.com.
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