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sheekynista loungewear for the most strenuous class
Oct '09
While yoga and living a healthy life style may be considered by some as trend, it is really more of a way of life and meSheeky is in business to support that. meSheeky is a premium yet sustainable, yoga-inspired, progressive loungewear brand that take the active "sheekynista" from studio to street. Specifically designed for the most strenuous class, but stylish and easy enough to transition to a day of errands, a latte on the go or a spontaneous meeting of friends.

meSheeky's collection has launched exclusively online. meSheeky's collection offers high-style with innovation. Inspired from the layering attributes of a dancer's warm-up clothes, meSheeky combines this philosophy with feminine detailing, fresh textures, radiant colors and fabrics, all designed to both flatter the figure and reflect one's individuality.

The launch is focused around layering skirts that can be worn over yoga pants, gym clothes, jeans, cycling shorts, or swimwear. The whole idea is to accentuate the positive with a flattering accessory. Additional categories are already in development for Spring 2010 which include essential layering pieces.

Designed and made in the U.S.A., each style is available in a selection of fashion-forward colors and represents a fusion of earth-friendly materials and body-loving spandex for sustainable, sheeky-easy comfort.

"Being a yoga instructor and constantly moving between studio and street, I saw an opportunity to create a line of clothing that would confidently carry me thru my day -- from personal practice, teaching, to life outside the studio," says Beyer. "The line makes a relevant fashion statement that is highly functional -- that which attracts the true Sheekynista!"

Anne Peters, creative partner joins Beyer as Chief Operating "Sheekynista" at meSheeky's headquarters in Park City, Utah. Peters, brings more than twenty years of product design, development, manufacturing, sourcing and merchandising experience to meSheeky.

"The meSheeky line fills a true niche in the market," says Peters. "Both Sarah and I are thrilled with this unique line we have created. Inspired by active lifestyles, juggling motherhood, work and exercise -- we wanted to create a line of clothing that makes it one step easier for women out there."

meSheeky is an eco-chic yoga inspired clothing line with its headquarters in Park City, Utah. The company was launched in 2009 with a philosophy to design and manufacture sustainable clothes in a way that respects both the environment and the wearer. The meSheeky style is meant to enhance confidence within the active lifestyle, while maintaining the high standards of the savvy urban shopper. meSheeky's collections are all designed and made in the U.S.A.


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