KURO SHIRO BAREFOOT LEGGING
Kuro Shiro : Barefoot: Kuro Shiro, means black - white in Japanese. We originally designed this legging as an homage to avant-garde, 88 year old contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama (because we love her). We opted for a gold color palette with whimsical abstract symbols in black and white, and, in true form, we have one black and gold leg and one white and gold leg. In Kusama’s words, “with one polka dot, nothing can be achieved”
- Luxurious, Form-Fitting and Lightweight
- 4-Way Stretch - Freedom In Every Direction
- Barefoot Length - To The Ankle
- Quick Drying - Within Minutes Sweat Evaporates
- Tummy Tucking High or Low Waistband Wearability
- Recycled Plastic Fabric (84% RPET, 16% Spandex)
Well, very little to say about the legging as they are as perfect as every other pair I have purchased from Niyama...but the colours are just gorgeous! Neutral and warm shades of gold, cream and burnt amber are taken to a whole new level of bold with the white and black mandala like details that create this yin/yeng effect on the legs...the name says it all...Kuro=nero and Shiro=Bianco...perfect balance :) LOVE THEM!!!
These are stunning!!
These leggings are some of my favorites ever and that says a lot because I have a huge collection on Niyama Sol and LOVE them all!! The pattern is sooo beautiful and detailed, and I always love when the legs are different because it makes them especially unique! I also love how it feels like one side captures the beauty of light and the other captures the beauty of darkness. I always feel so harmonious when wearing these!
Beautiful (and comfortable) piece of art work
This print is one of my favorites! Love the asymmetry and the simple play on colors. Soft and stretchy, as usual.
These leggings are beautiful! I get compliments whenever I wear them. They pass the squat test and stay in place for yoga and weight lifting.