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Synergy Organic Clothing

NAMASTE MONDAY!!! I'm super excited to share with you a brand that I have fallen in LOVE WITH!! OM----magoodness. I normally don't do two review posts in a row, but Synergy Organic Clothing is a newly aquired YOGAEATRUN sponsor and I'm so proud to flaunt their stuff!! 

They go beyong yoga clothing and create cute and unique dresses, skirts, pants, tanks. I'm wearing their Buddah Eye Tank and their OM Roll Waist Pant. You can wear the tank eyes in front or eyes in back, either way it's completely versatile. 

I feel so peaceful wearing Synergy Organic Clothing knowing they are completely in harmony with our environment and natural world. They use 100% organic cotton (which is super soft and stretchy!) and low impact dyes which do not contain toxic chemicals or mordants, require less rinsing and have a high absorption rate in the fabric (~70%). High absorption rates and a decreased use of rinse water create less waste-water and thus have a lower impact on our earth and its water supply. All their clothes are HAND made in Nepal, India and in accordance with fair trade practices.

Here's the outfit I'm wearing and also a few other favorites of mine:

So cute and comfy soft!! Don't you love the styles?

If you like what you see here check them out and go like them on Facebook and tell them YogaEatRun sent you!!

xoxoxo namaste!!

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