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Yoga clothing firm be present unveils fall 2012 collection
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Oct '12
Denver-based yoga clothing company, be present, launched its fall 2012 collection earlier this season, in September. As the season progresses, the company regularly releases new items to the line. Most recently, the company rounded out its seamless top collection, bringing in new styles and introducing new colors in some of its best sellers from seasons past.

The newest addition to the seamless collection is the Reach Tank, which has a thin racerback strap with a textured upper body and built-in shelf bra. This top is available in three colors: black, seaweed and ink. Additionally, be present has introduced a brand new casual top called the Relax Cami, which is made from a polyester and rayon blend fabric. This loose-fitting camisole has ruching at the center front neckline and is banded at the waist to keep it in place. All colors available are heathered and they include black, red, burnt orange and dark purple.

In addition to the newcomers, be present has kept some of its favorites in the line for fall. The Modal Racerback Tank is an eco-friendly top that flatters many body types. It has a loose fitting torso and banded waist which keep the top in place throughout any type of yoga practice. New colors for fall in this tank are brick, ink and flamingo.

Another popular and eco-friendly Modal top, the Easy Cami, has been a best selling item for many seasons. This is also loose fitting through the torso and more fitted at the waist. The cami pairs perfectly with the Seamless Racerback Bra as they share the same racerback pattern. The Easy Cami is now available in flamingo as well as various carry through and staple colors such as black, graphite and white.

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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