A Lululemon Schmata
February 8, 2013 § 8 Comments
Nothing more than a 56″ x 27″ piece of “rulu” (soft, stretchy, wicking fabric), the scarf is connected by a row of snaps along its length, creating a circular piece of wonderful that can be wrapped and swathed, layered and draped, twirled and (though I haven’t been moved enough to try to figure it out) unsnapped and worn around the waist, pulled up over the shoulders as a shrug.
Most of the time I hang it over my shoulders for an extra layer of warmth, but it works great double twisted around the neck when the winter air is fighting mad. During savasana it earns its name by serving as the perfect blanket to cover the upper body prone to shivers after sweet and sweaty vinyasa.
A few weeks ago my (awesome, say it like she sees it) friend, Emily, came over to play and asked straight out to, “Explain that thing.”
She added, “It looks like you could be carrying a baby in there.”
And she’s right. I probably could.
Next baby I see is going for a ride.
Do you own a Vinyasa Scarf? How do you like to wear yours?