Coverage of sports bras that support a range of sizes
Uphold Crossback Bra ($44)
A company known for running gear crafts sports bras suitable for both streets and trails. The medium impact Uphold Crossback Bra provides both breathability and support with contoured cups and light padding. Range includes larger cup sizes.
Seamless Sports Bra ($22)
Coobie has mastered the comfortable smooth fit of the versatile seamless bra in a variety of style including the Seamless Sports Bra with adjustable racerback straps. This season’s color innovations include the mermaid tie-dye (pictured) and are offered in multiple size options. Other designs include the Coobie Fusion Yoga Bra ($22) and the Coobie Fusion Racerback Yoga Bra ($22).
Yummy & Trendy
Camo Bra ($68)
Veronica Rosas has named her line Yummy & Trendy to reflect the fit and fabric of the clothing as well as the design aesthetic. She has succeeded with comfortable, 4-way stretch fits that work well under clothing or as stand-alone pieces. The Bluesign approved recycled fabric denotes social and environmental responsibility.
Retro Cube–Black Crop Top ($65)
Founder and head designer Keri Wilson and her team hand-create each piece with love in Orange County, California. Their playful and fashion-forward matching leggings and crop tops in a variety of patterns and styles are crafted from performance wear fabrics. Overall, they’re perfect for practice.
Sport Underwire Bra ($72)
This Japanese lingerie design company received the Salon International de la Lingerie in Paris Designer of the Year Award for 2018. Their sports bras combine wearable fashion with high-impact support and are available in a wide range of sizes (including up to a G cup). The Sport Underwire Bra has mesh detail, underwire frame, and convertible and adjustable straps.
Felicia Tomasko has spent more of her life practicing Yoga and Ayurveda than not. She first became introduced to the teachings through the writings of the Transcendentalists, through meditation, and using asana to cross-train for her practice of cross-country running. Between beginning her commitment to Yoga and Ayurveda and today, she earned degrees in environmental biology and anthropology and nursing, and certifications in the practice and teaching of yoga, yoga therapy, and Ayurveda while working in fields including cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. Her commitment to writing is at least as long as her commitment to yoga. Working on everything related to the written word from newspapers to magazines to websites to books, Felicia has been writing and editing professionally since college. In order to feel like a teenager again, Felicia has pulled out her running shoes for regular interval sessions throughout Southern California. Since the very first issue of LA YOGA, Felicia has been part of the team and the growth and development of the Bliss Network.