{Scroll down for discount.} The line between gym clothes and street clothes has become increasingly blurred in the past year. Athletic clothes are becoming more stylish, and at the same time it's become more acceptable to wear yoga pants and a tank to brunch. I even wore yoga clothes to a business meeting a few weeks back. I already had a class scheduled for right before, so I asked them if they minded. They didn't, and the meeting went great. (I mean, they already know how I dress. I'm a blogger, after all.)   Eco-friendly workout clothesStill, if you're going to run around the city in workout clothes, they need to have a modicum of chic. You could get that chic from Cozy Orange, which makes eco-friendly, flattering workout gear from recycled plastic bottles. They use recycled and/or reusable material in their packaging and hangtags too. EDIT_IMG_3367 EDIT_IMG_3373 The clothing is manufactured in Cambodia, in facilities that are evaluated by sustainability teams to help ensure they continuously improve their processes and meet new standards of efficient eco-friendly production. A portion of their proceeds are give to World Vision International and Water.org. Upon checkout, you may choose to add a $1 donation and Cozy Orange will match donations up to $100,00 each calendar year.
Eco-friendly earbuds by House of Marley

House of Marley eco-friendly ear buds

  I got an outfit to test drive* and I wore the sheer white coverup, black sports bra, and black leggings with trendy sheer panels to an insane spin class in Williamsburg. (Not SoulCycle. Harder. Yes, harder.) Everything held up beautifully, stayed put, and kept me comfortable. The sports bra has a little bit of padding for modesty and gave me solid support. I threw it all in the wash and wore it again to take these pictures. So as you can see, it's good quality workout gear. Obviously, I went for NYC-approved colors (black, black, black, and white), but their items come in a kaleidoscope of colors. If you've been thinking you need some new athletic gear, Cozy Orange was nice enough to share a code for EcoCult readers for 20% off: Ecoiscozy. It's valid through August 3rd. Because we could all use a little incentive to hit the gym instead of the margarita happy hour these days ... *For free