spring summer

weargrace interprets natural femininity and translates it into everyday clothing and yoga wear.
It is a contemporary concept of understated elegance inspired by ancient yogic and devotional teachings.

The pieces below are part of our "off the mat" collection, renewed each season with different fabrics, prints and colors.
These special items will be available to order on line in the near future. Our "on the mat" pieces are available in the online shop


monk top
most monks of the buddhist tradition wear very simple robes made of one piece of draped cloth which covers one shoulder, leaving the other one bare and represents their detachment from the physical world in their pursuit of enlightenment. the design of the this top recalls the drapes and silhouette of these simple monastic robes.

sari top
ripple - a small wave. wave - an undulating curve, term often used to describe life’s ups and downs, the “wave of life.” to ride this wave, rather than resist, allows forward motion with minimum effort. it can be difficult to trust the universe and let go of the urge to fight life’s flow. riding the wave will always take you where you need to go. the ripple/wave design in this top reminds us of this simple truth.



infinity top
infinity (also eternity) - a symbol representing perfection, dualism, and unity between male and female. in the occult tarot it is linked to magic and represents equilibrium or the balance of various forces. in modern times, it became a secular mathematical symbol for infinity in numbers, time or space. this symbol reminds us of the innate timelessness and balance in ourselves and the universe.


alchemy top
a versatile triangle that can be worn as a shrug, or a stole when wrapped around the neck as well as a crisscross top when draped around the waist.