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Navy Floral Capri Yoga Legging
The navy floral capri leggings are flattering & unique. The leggings print uses vintage poppy & anenome flowers. The flower pattern is in muted shades of pink, green & purple set on a dark navy blue background.
These leggings offer the performance you need to get fit. The stretchy fabric won't restrict your movement and is breathable enough to keep you feeling comfortable during yoga and workouts.
The yoga leggings, capris and mid-thigh tights have the following features:
The silky smooth, breathable fabric is lightweight and keeps you cool.
Four-way stretch, allowing you to move freely.
High waistband which contains elastic to ensure your pants stay in place.
Extremely stretchy & comfortable.
Seam support with outside topstitching in black or white thread.
Quick dry activewear fabric - makes washing them a breeze.
Sustainably made to order & ethically printed and sewn in Europe.
Exclusive designer prints that you won't find anywhere else
The activewear fabric is a high-quality polyester-spandex blend. Our printing process reduces print fade during washing. The inks used in our yoga & fitness products are water-based pigment inks which are CPSIA compliant, and Oeko-Tex™ certified. This printing method results in activewear that is less toxic and reduces environmental waste.
Each product sold plants a tree via my reforestation partners, One Tree Planted. During 2020 they will begin replenishing trees in areas of Australia affected by the recent bushfires.