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Alexandria Crow, What’s In Your Yoga Bag?

The show-stopping yoga teacher, YJ contributor, and Hard Tail Forever model shares her go-to accessories she rocks on and off the mat.

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The show-stopping yoga teacher, YJ contributor, and Hard Tail Forever model shares the go-to accessories she rocks on and off the mat.

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NARS Multiple

nars makeup

Crow spends her day walking in and out of sweaty rooms, so minimal makeup is a must. But NARS matte multiple makes her feel more presentable. “I love this multiple because it works on eyes, cheeks, and lips all at once, so I only have to carry this to go from sweaty mess to a bit more put together again,” she says.

$39, narscosmetics.com

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The Stick Travel Stick

little red stick

Hopping on and off planes, getting in and out of cars, and of course practicing yoga leaves Crow’s muscles tight and sore at times. The Stick Travel Stick comes to her rescue. “Sadly, I don’t travel with a personal masseuse, but this stick does a good job of working out the kinks in my legs and neck,” she says.

$27.50, thestick.com

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Hard Tail Forever Basic Hoodie

hoodie, grey

Once a full-time member of the fashion industry, Crow loves modeling for Hard Tail Forever and sporting all of their collections. “I’m not afraid to be fashion forward and edgy when it comes to workout gear,” she says. “And their hoodie is something I always have with me.”

$96, hardtailforever.com

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Madini Vanille Perfume Oil

essential oils

Madini oils have been around for generations, with irresistible perfumes that are undiluted and alcohol-free. “I love the scent of vanilla, and I find that almost everyone else has a soft spot for it as well, “ Crow says. “It makes me feel warm and happy even when I’m alone.”

$15–25, madini.com

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Handmade Sterling Silver Hair Stick With Hematite Stone

pendant

Crow admits that she’s a hair snob with a hatred for hair ties. “They ruin my hair for the rest of the day, so they’re out,” she says. “My best friend makes handmade jewelry, and she’s made me hair sticks much like these that I can put my hair up with in a flash. When I take it down, it’s usually better than when I started.”

$65, etsy.com

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About Alexandria Crow

Alexandria Crow yoga teacher

The practice of yoga has taught Alexandria Crow how to approach life with open eyes and a fearless attitude–a discovery she hopes to pass onto her students. She guides them step by step through creative sequences providing all of the components needed for individual success. By teaching not only alignment but also how to pay attention to what is going on in the body and mind in each moment, Alex teaches her students how to bring greater awareness to everything they do.

Catch up with her on:
http://alexandriacrow.com/
Twitter: @AlexandriaCrow
Instagram: @alexandriacrowyoga
Facebook: @alexandria.crow