What a fun collection to dive into the holiday season with Soybu. Here is the signature print for this collection:
Of course I went for the more holiday feel with the collection as I used the Paris Free Flow sweater in Malachite and Tory Legging in Black to complete this outfit. The holiday was indeed Halloween.:
The staples in this collection are versatile between active wear and casual looks. Here is the Yvette Tunic in Storm and my absolute favorite Killer Caboose Leggings in Charcoal in the middle of a snowmelt creek:
For a true winter holiday staple check out this Rheana Vest in White:
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This time as a Soybu Community Leader has been pretty nice. Thank you Soybu for the opportunity. Thank you for the clothes. Thank you for allowing me to interact with others curious about this line.
I have to admit I was REALLY excited to get to choose from the Mandala collection. Then I got the catalog and most of the things I was going to check out were off-limits since buyers had gobbled these pieces up. I got the dregs, but for dregs they are super cute.
Here is what I received the day I was leaving for the Santa Fe Yoga Festival. As you can see I went for blacks and blues. There were really no oranges or funky combinations to choose from even though they are all over in the collection!
I also went more casual with this collection with these Faux Leather Hayden Leggings and the Lena Wrap
And lastly new favorites of mine are the Debbie Tank and Angie Tank in Terra Blue. Great size and proportions with thick shoulder straps that are not cumbersome for the Debbie and flirty minimal strapping for the Angie.
The Mandala Collection is a fun collection. Just be sure to actually get your hands on it.
DTC Disclosure: I am not monetarily compensated for this review. I am a community leader with Soybu but all opinions are my own.
Soybu has been all over my world recently. This is a great company representing many of our bodies and recently said hello to the Fitbloggin world with outfits for speakers and a fashion show. However not everyone made it to Fitbloggin so as a community leader let me show you what they have in-store and online with their Swim and Orchid collection.
The SWIM Collection. Anything with a rash guard can be fantastic with the Colorado sun that hits us from up high. This is a sweet guard and I love wearing orange in the water. for safety on the arms. The fit on this is great with an easy neck zipper. Rosalie Rash Guard Mod Nouveau
I have to admit to being nervous about a top. I genearlly wear a medium top with Soybu but was transitioning to weaning my son when this tankini arrived and guess what it did not fit at first but it does not. Skimpy, but it does. Keep that in mind if you are blessed in the chest. Rio Tankini Mod Nouveau
And I love this tie bottom. The fit is fantastic and the ties are fun. These images are at a clothing optional hot spring so this allows me to be discreet when moving around this place. St Lucia Tie Bottom Mod Nouveau
I also played in the Orchid Collection and stayed with staples that I know work for me. Here are two of my absolute favorite stapes from Soybu and one that I hope becomes a staple. I love the Gigi pullover. I ordered a size up before but this does run true to size and thumbholes! Then the Alecia Tank, it gives great coverage for my short height and does not unleash the girls on unsuspected yoga students. Finally the Killer Caboose Legging in Charcoal. The material difference between charcoal (power flex) and the black is noticeable. I prefer the softer feel of the charcoal.
And one more of the Orchid print but in a different color. This is the Alyse Hoody in Orchid but it is only available in plus size at this time.
Please feel free to reach to me about this company or any suggestions that I can relay to them. I am a proud community leader with the Colorado-based company. So for full FTC disclosure I am not financially compensated for this review. These clothes are mine to keep and I am asked to write my honest opinions about them. Please use my link to Soybu if you consider buying and use “SoybuPR” if you want 25% off. Wear clothes that make you feel great and compliment your lifestyle. xo
I am a proud Soybu Community Leader and advertise their clothes weekly in my classes. I am glad that in late May I will get to host an evening at their Denver-area store to share this brand with folks IRL on 28 May. More details to follow but expect discounts, a gift, and loads of treats.
Here are some snapshots for their latest line and how it seamlessly fits into my lifestyle with my little ones.
The powerflex fabric of this legging has been super comfy and a fave to wear to my classes lately.
I am a shorty (5’3″) and this Alecia tank has been the best fit since the bombshell tank for my shorter torso so that I am not giving my yoga students a view of all the cleavage. This is my new go-to tank for when I am moving around a good deal.
This sweater is hands down my favorite thing to come out of the line. I had no idea how the fit would be so went up a size and hit is a bit looser in the middle and hem than I anticipated so be sure to order true to size. You can barely see them in this picture, but thumbholes!!
Check out Soybu to see the Mod Nouveau collection as well their new addition of plus sizes for women, the men’s line, and the girls line. My boys are still SOL but these little animals get active in anything that they wear so it is no big deal that the rest of the family is covered.
Disclosure: I am a community leader for Soybu who receives clothing from their collections. All opinions are my own.
I love being a Soybu Community Leader. The clothes are mighty flattering and the company is about empowering people to be active, confident and look good going between day to day activities. I for one like feeling empowered. Plus they are local company to me. The other big bonus of being a community leader is having so many great options to toss on as I am headed out to teach at the studio.
The only criticism that I have is that most tanks to do not fit very well on my short torso. They need to have higher necklines or the girls could make a sneak appearance if I am moving around too much. Just a heads up for us petite ladies.
Here are some samplings from the Mykonos collection.
This past year I have fallen for a local clothing company and was lucky enough to be named as a community leader with Soybu. You may have seen them in my photo streams:
They have collections for women, girls, and men with seasonal collections every few months. Currently The Murano collection is hallmarked with a Dragonfly teal that looks flattering on every skin tone. The pieces layer well with each other and I have stacked a pant with a tunic tank with a dress and a coat. I live in Denver though and our random snow storms lend to layering.
Pictured in the top image are the Darling Coat in Dragonfly ($99), Lanai Tunic Tank in Murano ($46) and Killer Caboose Pant ($78). The other piece I got from the collection was the Elana Dress in Dragonfly Ministripe ($68).
Visit Soybu to get a jump on looking fly while working out and thanks to your workouts for the New Year.
FTC Disclosure: As an ambassador I am compensated with product to review at my own discretion. Opinions are my own and I choose to work with this company.