prAna Mahdia Leyla Tank Top - Women's
The prAna Womenís Mahdia Leyla Tank Topís skinny criss-cross straps keep you cool during those hot days on the wall. The internal shelf bra gives you support so you can hit dynos and overhangs without the constriction of extra straps. Gathering at the sides and bust creates a flattering look, while the soft and stretchy fabric lets you move freely through the routes.
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prAna Mahdia Leyla Tank
April 5, 2012
I love so many things about this tank, but the cute strap design in back is too long for my torso, doesn't lay flat against my back, and bunches funny. The fabric is amazing, the fit is fantastic (34B, and I got the small- I find it to have enough support for a lifting session at the gym or a yoga class), and the pattern is unique. I got tons of compliments on it, but wish the back fit me better.
Love this top!
October 27, 2011
Gorgeous colors and flattering slim fit. I like wearing something other than Lucy or LuluLemon so Patagonia and Prana both fit the bill when it comes to yoga tops. I'm an "almost 34B" and wear a size 0 jacket. I weigh 120-125 lbs depending on the season and the XS fits fine.
April 5, 2011
I got this in the purple in size small and it looks gorgeous. I do wear an almost color matched bra (36C, in dark brown) with it. Otherwise I'd get a uniboob look. I love the feel of the fabric and I think the ruching on the sides is very attractive and is very forgiving of a little flab I have on some days more than on others. (fyi: I'm 5'3" and weigh between 120 & 125 lbs. I would not want to go to a larger size. Small is perfect for me).
Not my fave
February 12, 2011
This top is cute, but in my opinion, prAna makes tops that are much more functional (and flattering). I am a 36C, and this top squashed me down into a major pancake boob look. Normally, I'd be okay with that if the top were functional, but unfortunately, it is not supportive enough for even a yin meditative class, much less a more vigorous practice. It's also super snug in the waist/body; I usually wear size 4-6 or small in prAna, and this shows every lump and bump even in size M.
If you're a B cup or under and maybe a little less muscular up top, this may be a a better choice for you. But if you've got Cs or more muscle mass, I'd recommend the Quinn or the Kaley tunic instead.