Prancing Leopard Organics Clothing: Elsie’s First Impressions (VIDEO)

26 Mar

I am so honored to have been asked by Prancing Leopard Organics to review and give some feedback regarding some of their GORGEOUS clothes!

I received a delectable package containing some of the most beautiful yoga/dance/movement clothes that I have ever seen, and I’m getting ready to try them out 🙂

I shot the above video on the day that I received the clothes.

I took a pictures of the box of clothes ( a sort of unboxing) and then I proceeded to turn on my camera and just started filming me taking the clothes out of the box. I have never worn, nor seen Prancing Leopard clothes before and I had not taken the clothes out of the box prior to making the video. My reactions are *truly* my first impressions of the clothing, based upon what I touched and observed.

The video is pretty long…9 min and 41 seconds! It would be so great to get your feedback 😀

Right after I finished the video, I did go ahead and tried on all the clothes….


I’ll be posting more specific insights to each piece of clothing, focusing on efficiency, effectiveness, value and aesthetics 🙂 Plus, I’ll give you guys more details about Prancing Leopard Organics as a company and why I think they are so awesome regardless of their clothing. They truly are an extraordinary company.

I wish I could start right away with the reviews but I think it may take just a tad longer as Spring is still pretty chilly and the clothes are a tad light for mid 40s weather….so let’s all pray for 70F weather!

If you have any questions or comments in advance regarding Prancing Leopard Organics, please let me know!


7 Responses to “Prancing Leopard Organics Clothing: Elsie’s First Impressions (VIDEO)”

  1. ashley March 26, 2010 at 10:30 pm #

    ohhhh i *heart* the hoodie (thumbholes do rock) and the sock-type things. I hate socks because they squish my toes together, so toeless socks sound awesome. def. going to check out their website

    • Elsie Escobar March 27, 2010 at 10:04 am #

      Those toeless socky things are really nice. They fit really well and would be GREAT to wear with sandals and stuff like that! Plus they are handcrafted by their non-profit Women Artisan Project to benefit the underserved women’s communities who make them! How cool is that?

  2. Ginger Coy March 27, 2010 at 2:03 am #

    Hi Elsie, thanks for turning me onto these clothes! So beautiful, they remind me of when I worked in retail at the wonderful Morgan Le Fay in New York City on Madison Ave and in Soho,


    • Elsie Escobar March 27, 2010 at 10:01 am #

      Wow! that Morgan LeFay stuff looks so looooooovely ♥ Sweeet! The clothes are really nice. At this moment I hope that their function is equal to their beauty. Can’t wait to put them through their paces!

  3. Orgainc Soap June 3, 2011 at 8:50 am #

    The Heavenly Bahia is one my my favorite “good for several years” styles! It is modern and sporty and stylish. The drawstrings enable you to wear it a different way each time: if you pull the drawstrings tight around your hips, you can wear it baggy. If you make it even tighter and bring it up to the waist, then you effectively shorten the tunic and it becomes a T-shirt. Loosen the strings, or even take them out (you can put them back in) and you will be able to wear this tunic as a short dress. You can also find many creative ways to style yourself and combine this tunic with shorts, tights, pants, etc.


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