Leggings: Fire & Ice Collection
Soft, stretchy and flattering. These multi-use leggings will elevate your wardrobe and individual style.
Wear These For
Pair these leggings up with your favorite tunic top for that casual chic look
Take your presentation to the next level with a tunic tank, sport coat and heels
Sport trendy fashion while taking in nature, yoga mat, or hitting the gym
Material: 82% Polyester, 18% Spandex
Details: Elastic waistband/ four-way stretch
Designer: Tessa Sayers
Care: Machine wash separately in cold water. When drying, use delicate cycle and tumble dry on low. Do not bleach. Do not iron, press with heat or dry clean.
The Fire & Ice Collection brings duality. Inspired by Iceland, the land of fire and ice, it is home to both glaciers and volcanos. Within miles of desolate landscape and rough terrain, you can turn a corner to the most beautiful lush green hillsides and magnificent waterfalls. One can focus on the dreary, isolated and rough aspects of the island, or with a slight shift in perspective, notice untouched beauty that is all around.
This fall, may the Fire & Ice Collection inspire you to change focus on the negative and challenging aspects of your life or the world around you and start focusing on what is working and what is positive. In a world of duality, both can exist at the same time. What you give energy to expands. Desires and wants might not come as you envision, they may not come at all. But this is not about getting what you want, but a reminder of what you already have. When you look for the beauty around you, it will mirror that beauty back to you.
Design elements include the purple Alaskan Lupin which adorns open meadows and mountainsides throughout Iceland. The blues and reds represent the fire and ice duality. The symmetrical pattern on each leg represents the mirroring aspect of one's vibrational focus. White vines and symmetrical florals pay homage to traditional Native American Anishinaabe (Chippewa) woodland beadwork. Colorful birds represent the interconnected relationship between plant and animal life.