Ceremonial White. Light.
"Feel good, do good, and be good. These are the only goods you can carry along with you; the rest belong to the planet Earth." ~Yogi Bhajan.
This is our original "Ceremonial White. Light" pants - snow white harems from our collection "Wearing White for Kundalini Yoga" . This piece is a conscious creation with pure beautiful energy.
“We ask you to wear white so that you will reflect what is outside and go within yourself—that’s what white clothes can do for you.” —Yogi Bhajan, 1975
Wearing white during classes will help you expand your auric radiance. White represents pure energy and creates a very good auric color therapy.
You can take this principle from Kundalini Yoga practice and apply it to any of your yoga, meditation or ceremonies practices. Wearing white for an extended period of time will help you purify your body mind and spirit.
- made in USA
- kundalini yoga style
-Flowing relaxed fit
-2 side pockets
Great for Yoga, Dance, Exercises, Meditations, Kundalini Yoga Practice and beyond...
Materials: 100% white cotton for the main fabric and cotton jersey (95% cotton and 5% spandex for the waistband and cuffs).
Fits: S, M, M/L
-Length: 41" (~104 cm)
-Waist: 30" - 40" (76 - 100 cm)
Model: 5'6 (167 cm)
Gentle cycle cold/warm machine wash and low temperature dryer are OK.
We hand-make all garments with love and care and we want them to bring you joy as long as possible! This is why we always recommend hand washing and drying flat to preserve the item to last longer.
Please avoid hot dryers!
WE ARE ETHICAL PRODUCTION
glorka wear is handmade, ethical and sweat-shop free production. We work with 2 seamstresses and and 1 sewer from New York and Los Angeles. We are very proud to work with this great team full of passion for sewing and crafting.
All of our creations are limited editions only. We only use same fabric for up to 5-6 pieces and then move on to the next fabric. The only ongoing designs we have are pure white and solid black colors.
To reduce textile waste we strive to upcylce (use discarded or vintage fabrics that would end up in waste otherwise), and eco-friendly natural fabrics and blends. We are trying to use recycled polyester and upcycled synthetics to reduce waste.
You can always inquire about each of the fabrics we use for our designs here.