Low-impact exercises—like barre, Pilates, and yoga— don’t require a lot of restrictive support, which means more flexibility for you (and your look).

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Tie this tank up so that it stays stylishly in place (ideal for inversions in yoga), or drape it loosely and flat if you’ll be on your back. To buy: $42, carbon38.com. (Shown with Kristen pants from Motion by Coalition, $68, acrossatlas.com.)
Danny Kim
Danny Kim

Stainless-steel construction keeps water fresh and cool.

To buy: $22, hydroflask.com.

Danny Kim

Tie this tank up so that it stays stylishly in place (ideal for inversions in yoga), or drape it loosely and flat if you’ll be on your back.

To buy: $42, carbon38.com. (Shown with Kristen pants from Motion by Coalition, $68, acrossatlas.com.)

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A gym bag pretty and sturdy enough to tote from the barre to the bar.

To buy: $395, torysport.com.

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Low-impact support that won’t cramp your style—or your crow pose.

To buy: $40, gap.com.

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An elastic band keeps the tops of these knee-highs securely in place.

To buy: $46, vimmia.com.

Danny Kim

Made of all-natural, eco-friendly materials that are as easy on the eyes as they are on the environment.

To buy: $94, manduka.com.