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

by Elsie on March 26, 2010

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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!

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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?


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!


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