Chilled-Out Vibes With Niyama Sol
Crossover acts are so much fun. When we learned that Niyama Sol who makes some of our fave yogini gear (and J.Lo is also a fan, evidently) was also crafting bikinis, our hearts soared. The brilliant patterns and insanely luxe fabrics (made from recycled bottles!) translate so beautifully to swimwear, and the cuts are shockingly, infinitely wearable — the tops can double as sports bras or yoga bralettes easily, and also look so pretty layered under dresses and flowy tanks. The quick-dry action of the breathable fabric also makes it a no-brainer at the beach, as it eliminates any post-swim sogginess.
To give you an up-close-and-personal view, we grabbed some of our fave suit shots from their Insta. Get familiar and then get shopping!
The Voyager top in Kalahari's prismatic pastel color scheme feels super serene and also uber-modern. We love the intricate criss-cross back detail.
Same top, whole new look. The Baja pattern has an aquatic, watery atmosphere that feels fierce and femme at the same time.
That back view we mentioned. We've never seen design look that cool and also feel so comfortable.
The Mayan pattern takes the stripe motif into new, softer territory.
Yoga done in super-style. And with intense scenery, naturally.
Here's how the design team describes their vinyl print legging, which only proves how incredible their attention to detail is: "Inspired by the The Voyager Golden Records that were launched into space in 1977 aboard Voyager 1 & 2. They feature sounds and images depicting the diverse life and culture on Earth. In a galaxy far far away, this "time capsule" is intended to be discovered by any intelligent extraterrestrial life form or future humans who can unlock the key to the playing the record. The gold foil starburst on the waist band is a diagram that defines the location of our sun, which is featured on the gold aluminum cover that provides the finder of these "sounds of Earth" records the key to playing them. The cloudy oil-slick imagery on the vinyl record texture is actually the surface of Jupiter, where Voyager 1 has made its closest pass. And also, Star Wars was released in 1977. Coincidence? We think not."