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be present adds various casual styles to fall collection
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Sep '12
Denver-based yoga clothing company, be present, is launching its Fall 2012 Collection. The line introduces more new styles this season than it has in the last few. The company specializes in men’s and women’s yoga clothing and additionally, has added various casual styles to its fall collection.

Founded by husband and wife team, Jon and Amy Dobrin, be present has been putting out twice yearly seasonal collections for 10 years. Its first collection came in the spring of 2002.

Since then, the company has adhered to its commitment to local and domestic production. All be present clothing is made in the USA, much of it done within a 10 mile radius of its Denver offices.

Each season, be present releases a new palette and the company is well known for its brightly colored pants. Their proprietary fabric, called Breathe Weave is a lightweight, quick-drying fabric with a modest amount of stretch.

These styles are a unique in the yoga clothing industry as many yoga clothes are made with knitted fabrics rather than woven ones. This fall introduces eight new colors which will be available in all Breathe Weave styles for women and select colors will be available in men’s styles as well.

The Fall 2012 Collection introduces new seamless tops for women, like the Reach Tank, which has a thin racerback strap with a textured upper body and built-in shelf bra. Additionally, be present is releasing a new casual top called the Relax Cami, which is made from a polyester and rayon blend fabric.

Perhaps the most unique addition to the be present line is a collection of hand dyed tanks, tees and hoodies. The designs include stripe and ombre patterns in the new fall color palette.

be present, clothing for the yoga lifestyle, was established in Colorado in 2002 by Amy Lopatin Dobrin and Jon Dobrin. All be present clothing is proudly made in the USA. The brand remains at the forefront of the yoga apparel industry, continually designing clothing that is original and functional.

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