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When you're exhaling in downward dog or testing your strength in a warrior position, you deserve to be feeling your best. Lucky for you, these local boutiques and activewear outposts can help. From tanks that breathe to yoga pants that keep you covered, these shops have with what you need to look fit and stylish. —Teresa Tobat


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Unity Woods Yoga Center

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The Bethesda outpost of this local chain is also home to the Beyondana Boutique. Here, you’ll find Unity Woods and Dog Pose Tees in addition to batik clothing made exclusively for the Maryland studio. [Image]

Tranquil Space

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A wide range of eco-friendly clothing fills the racks on the first floor of this Dupont Circle studio. [Image]

Athleta

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Head here for functional wear with a strong emphasis on printed pieces (paisley, anyone?). Be sure to check the shop’s calendar so you can attend the free in-store classes too. [Image]

Lululemon

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This cult-fav chain has five locations total in the D.C. metro area, and the Georgetown outpost features a constantly rotating inventory of colorful yoga essentials like pants, tops and jackets. [Image]
The racks of this Union Station shop are lined with key pieces (including wraps, tanks, jackets and bottoms) perfect for any asana you may find yourself in. Be sure to swing by during the company’s seasonal sales to score deep discounts. [Image]

CorePower Yoga

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This yoga studio’s boutique is filled with an impressive list of yoga-clothing brands like Pure Karma and Alo Yoga. Dig through the sale bin to score great deals. And be sure to check the studio’s schedule to ensure it’s open—the doors are often locked. P.S. The new CorePower in Glover Park at 2233 Wisconsin Avenue has a boutique too, with similar brands as the Georgetown location, but different styles. [Image: Adele Chapin]

Patagonia

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Although this company originally made tools exclusively for climbers, it also stocks some cute yoga gear. Find capris, halter tops, and even skirts here. [Image]

ZweetSport

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Colorful, printed leggings are the highlights of this Alexandria, Virginia-based brand. Head to the boutique in Old Town to see the company’s gear in person and maybe even take a yoga class too. [Image]

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Unity Woods Yoga Center

The Bethesda outpost of this local chain is also home to the Beyondana Boutique. Here, you’ll find Unity Woods and Dog Pose Tees in addition to batik clothing made exclusively for the Maryland studio. [Image]

Tranquil Space

A wide range of eco-friendly clothing fills the racks on the first floor of this Dupont Circle studio. [Image]

Athleta

Head here for functional wear with a strong emphasis on printed pieces (paisley, anyone?). Be sure to check the shop’s calendar so you can attend the free in-store classes too. [Image]

Lululemon

This cult-fav chain has five locations total in the D.C. metro area, and the Georgetown outpost features a constantly rotating inventory of colorful yoga essentials like pants, tops and jackets. [Image]

Lucy

The racks of this Union Station shop are lined with key pieces (including wraps, tanks, jackets and bottoms) perfect for any asana you may find yourself in. Be sure to swing by during the company’s seasonal sales to score deep discounts. [Image]

CorePower Yoga

This yoga studio’s boutique is filled with an impressive list of yoga-clothing brands like Pure Karma and Alo Yoga. Dig through the sale bin to score great deals. And be sure to check the studio’s schedule to ensure it’s open—the doors are often locked. P.S. The new CorePower in Glover Park at 2233 Wisconsin Avenue has a boutique too, with similar brands as the Georgetown location, but different styles. [Image: Adele Chapin]

Patagonia

Although this company originally made tools exclusively for climbers, it also stocks some cute yoga gear. Find capris, halter tops, and even skirts here. [Image]

ZweetSport

Colorful, printed leggings are the highlights of this Alexandria, Virginia-based brand. Head to the boutique in Old Town to see the company’s gear in person and maybe even take a yoga class too. [Image]