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Dress Code - Posted September 26, 2014 8:44 a.m.
Photos by Bahareh Ritter Hair and makeup by Kim Wood

Breathe Easy

Focus. Breath. Connection to the body. Yoga postures highlight the sleek musculature and beauty of the human form like nothing else. Today’s performance wear is designed to hug the body, stretching to match every pose and remaining breathable even in the hottest of hot yoga classes. And these fashionable designs look great, too, making them as appropriate out on Amarillo’s streets as they are in local studios. So even if you can’t flex like these yogis, you can go ahead and dress like them.

Location courtesy of Family Support Services
Models: Kristin Dow, Tammy Holmes, Julie Winters, and Dana Newsome

On Dana: Champion fitted pant $27.99, Target
Prana tank $60.99, Get Fit

On Julie: Brooks seamless tank $55.99; Nike capris $80.99, Get Fit

On Dana: Under Armour shorts $29.99; Under Armour bra $59.99, Academy Sports + Outdoors

On Julie: Champion reversible compression bra $14.99, Target
Under Armour capris $37.99, Academy Sports + Outdoors

On Tammy: Asics tank $44.99; Nike tight fit capris $75.99, Get Fit

On Kristin: Prana tank $60.99; Prana low-rise fitted leggings $70.99, Get Fit

On Tammy: Under Armour shorts $29.99; Nike bra $49.99, Academy Sports + Outdoors

On Kristin: Under Armour tank $59.99; Under Armour capris $39.99, Academy Sports + Outdoors

by Jason Boyett

Jason has written more than a dozen books and is the host and creator of “Hey Amarillo”, a local interview podcast. Visit and
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