There's a time to bloom and a time to seed.
INGREDIENTS: 92% forest fiber from acacia, eucalyptus, poplar, pine, spruce, beech, birch, and maple trees grown on tree farms in Eastern Europe, 8% spandex for stretch.
Kelp green with a white dandelion on back and a white blow ball on front printed with water based ink. Cut, sewn, dyed, and printed in downtown Los Angeles by small family owned shops where creators are paid more than minimum wage.
My Purusha People clothing items are my absolute favorite! They are the softest clothes I’ve ever felt-- they completely satisfy my texture sensitivities with their softness. I live in my “yoga top” bra thinger and only take it off to wash it. The pants in these photos are size large, I usually wear size 10 pants and they fit perfectly. I love how they go up a little bit higher so I’m not constantly hiking up my pants during yoga to avoid my butt crack from showing. I am 5’9” and while the pants do fit perfectly around my waist, hips, bum and thighs they could be perceived as a little “short” as you can see they don’t cover my ankles. Their designs are also always so cute, I look forward to the day where I have enough of these leggings to get rid of my microplastic filled leggings from the past. It is such a drag to have leggings disintegrate over time from washing them often-- that is not the case with eucalyptus leggings! The more you wash them the softer they get. And I don’t worry about them deteriorating over time. The hand dyed colors are always SO beautiful from Parusha People! Seriously cannot get over all the earth tones that match their earth ethics as a company. They have amazing customer service and are doing incredible things in regards to offering alternatives to harmful materials / business practices that run rampant in the fashion industry. When you invest in Parusha People you will be happy to know that you are supporting a small business who is paving the way for new industry standards of ethical and sustainable practices. It really is a bonus that they just so happen to be the most comfortable clothes-- I call my pieces my “second skin.” 5/5 stars