Be A Downward-Facing Boss In Free People's New Yoga Line

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    It's hard to work your way to Nirvana when your oversized T-shirt keeps falling down to your bra in Downward-Facing Dog. Or, how 'bout when you can't stop thinking about how sweat logged your cheapo leggings feel while you're supposed to be thinking about nothing at all?

    Let's face it, a good yoga session can be made or broken by a bad workout outfit. And, if you're thinking about graduating to a more advanced level, Free People's got a great new line that'll do the trick. Made from a breathable cotton/spandex blend, these stretchy separates will hold things in without feeling like a vise (though, for ladies who need extra support, the sports bras probably won't be sufficient). Click through to shop the line (which will soon include yoga bags, mats, and more coverups!).

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