Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, profferer of nice things, wife of British pop singer, fan of naming kids after fruit, is a longtime yoga devotee and has finally manifested her finest masterpiece, a “dream” yoga top! It’s a limited edition one shouldered yoga top for $75 and it’s available exclusively on her lifestyle blog goop.com in collaboration with BEYOND YOGA just in time for gift-giving season.
And she’s so excited about it! From her website:
I’ve always wanted a one shouldered exercise top and could never find one so we’ve collaborated with BEYOND YOGA (who make really chic, comfortable, perfect exercise gear) to make my dream top!
Oh, Gwynnie, you adorable, blissfully oblivious goopy creature. Often the target of ridicule on the internets for touting the finer things in life while remaining completely out of touch with unprivileged living (she has a $2,200 SoulCycle bike on her 2012 holiday gift guide, for example), Gwyneth is ready to enter the market of yoga wear with the same air of delightfully vata-riffic nincompoopery.
75 bucks and you don’t even get another sleeve? We get it, fashion…blah blah gobbledegoop. Sure it looks sleek and sexy on a super slim tenacious juice faster (need we go on?). Besides that though, we feel your left boob ladies. Uh, that came out wrong.
Will it stay put? Here’s the description:
Made from a luxurious high-tech fabric for active wear – Supplex – this one-shoulder cami is great because it’s quick drying and offers stretch without stretching out, keeping in shape even after a workout. Subtle monochromatic quilting adds stylish detail to this soft yet durable top.
Um, no. You can get as luxuriously quilted and high-technotronic as you want. Unless you’re a card holding member of the itty bitty titty committee, which we say with love, you are fresh out of luck with this one (and we should know). The solution? Buy two and wear one backwards, of course. Ah, so doubly luxurious! Get on it quick, though, the smalls already appear to be gone. Matching leggings also available, with both legs (which, really just seems stylishly lazy).