Pilates Clothing Charleston SC

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(843) 577-2498
269 King Street
Charleston, SC
Consigning Women And Furniture Inc
(843) 556-1871
1940 Magnolia Rd
Charleston, SC
(843) 577-2170
289 King St.
Charleston, SC
The Trunk Show
(843) 722-0442
281 Meeting St
Charleston, SC
(843) 628-8852
1901 Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC
(843) 766-6381
1816 Highway 7 (Sam Rittenburg Hgwy.)
Charleston, SC
Sun: 11a - 8p
Mon-Sat: 9:30a - 9:30p

American Apparel
(843) 853-7220
348 King St.
Charleston, SC
Mon - Fri 11am - 8pm
Sat 10am - 8pm
Sun 12pm - 7pm

Mori Luggage & Gifts
(843) 577-6674
2070 Sam Rittenberg Blvd Cs17 Citadel Mall
Charleston, SC
Banana Republic
(843) 958-8050
249 King St
Charleston, SC
Consigning Women
(803) 556-1871
19 Magnolia Rd.
Charleston, SC

Pilates Wear for the Fit Sophisticate (at a Discount!)

Pilates Wear - Zobha Grace Tank
Zobha Grace Tank
By Amy Leibrock

When I first found the new Zobha fitness apparel line online, I was captivated by its elegant styles and colors and classic eveningwear details. Now, with samples in hand, I’m happy to report that the line is more than just a pretty face. Founder and yoga instructor Jamie Hanna’s goal of creating clothes that embody the element of “grace” that attracts her to yoga shines through in the fabric, fit and performance of the pieces I tried.

Pilates Wear - Zobha Audrey Tank
Zobha Audrey Tank
My favorite is the Grace Tank ($56, sizes 2-10). It has a flattering scoop neck and long waist that won’t ride or roll up, and the cut around the shoulders is perfect for showing off strong Pilates shoulders. The variety of other top styles will cover and flatter a variety of body types and seem to run true to size. And you’ve gotta love the names—Audrey, Jayne, Ava—that evoke icons of Hollywood style.

The fabric, a wicking blend of Supplex and Lycra, has a cotton-y feel and matte look that made me feel zipped-up but not bound in. I do have one word of warning for Pilates regulars—the Straight Leg Capris ($60) are cut a little too low and will quickly ride down during a typical Pilates workout—try the Essential Pant Capris ($64, sizes 2-10) instead; they have better coverage. The line also includes a few hoodies ($64-$66) and seamless “yoga panties” (thongs and boyshorts, $16-$18), and they have matern...

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