Fresh: Keep Your Shirt On

Evanston moms Susan Abraham and Allison Gordon were sick of the same-old yoga wear.

The solution? They started TULAA7, a line of colorful, organic cotton yoga shirts representing the seven chakras—the body’s energy centers. Each shirt comes with a tag explaining the chakra and why it might personally resonate. Abraham, a yoga and pilates teacher, says the goal is “to help people take what they do on the mat with them throughout their day.”

$44 for a tank, $52 for a three-quarter sleeve, at:

Heaven Meets Earth Yoga Studio

North Shore Yoga

Sanctuary Yoga

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