Favorite Things is a series here on YBC where I share my favorite finds each month. Hope you'll share yours down below in the comments, on the YBC Yoga Forum or the YBC Official App, where we have a cool instagram-like feature to share photos.
We're back with another episode of Favorite Things and I honestly am still scratching my head wondering where summer went. How is it that we're already in December?! And nearly halfway through! Crazy. Is anyone else feeling like this?
Well anyway, this month I am sharing three things that were sent my way (#bloggingperks) that have become fast favorites. Oh, and in case anyone is wondering, the sweatshirt I am wearing in the intro to the video is this awesome Lettuce Be Friends top from Sub Urban Riot.
1. Lapis mala necklace from LovePrayJewelry. I love wearing this around my wrist because it fits perfectly when wrapped around four times for a stacked little arm party. One of my friends joined me in Greece this summer for a retreat and she bought this gorgeous set of lapis earrings. I had my eye on a similar piece of lapis jewelry but never pulled the trigger, so when I opened this little package my heart skipped a beat. There's something about that intense blue color that I just love.
2. Adagio 3/4 pants from Vimmia. If you follow me on snapchat (@yogaby_candace), you know that I received these yesterday but they are seriously my new favorite. The fabric is thick, opaque, and has a lot of compression. There is a triangle gusset, wide waistband, and a little pocket in the front. They remind me of my old, high quality Lululemons before their quality control went down. Huge fan.
3. Last, but definitely not least, I am in love with this swimsuit by Gypsea Swimwear. They sent me the Coralia top which had a sporty yet intricate design, and the extra skimpy bottoms, which I love. I'm headed to LA in a few weeks and will be sporting this on the beach for sure!
I'd love to know what favorite new finds you've discovered in the past month or so! Anything I should know about?
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