Our New Sat Nam Tracksuit in Ecru

Our New Sat Nam Tracksuit in Ecru

Our new world have given us a lot more freedom in our wardrobe. From work to home, dress codes have been reexamined and have been relaxed. Our mental health is our top priority and dressing for comfort is nurturing and feels authentic.

During lockdown, Arnsdorf founder and designer Jade Sarita Arnott was drawn to practice Kundalini Yoga which aligns the body through movement and focuses on activating your spiritual energy. Sat Nam is a key mantra in Kundalini Yoga, and in the ancient Sikh language of Gurmukhi, 'Sat' means truth. 'Nam' means name. Put together 'Sat Nam' translates into something more profound: “I am truth,” or “Truth is my essence.”  

Jade designed the Sat Nam Tracksuit for warmth as well as ease of movement from a perfect mid weight fleece in 100% Organic Cotton and is un-dyed in its natural beautiful ecru coloured form. A stylish interpretation of a classic sportswear piece, the dramatic top has a fully lined hood with an adjustable scarf style neck tie.

The Track Pants are finished with an adjustable toggle with a GOTs approved organic cotton and natural rubber biodegradable elastic so that you can wear them wide leg or gathered, from flats to heels, to yoga and beyond.

 

We make each piece in our Ethical Clothing Australia certified factory located in Melbourne. Each garment is sewn by one of our incredible machinists that have over 20 years industry experience.  

 

World Earth Day is Thursday April 22nd

A reminder to be mindful of our footprint, not just on this day, but everyday with this year's theme Restore our Earth. Aligning with our brand philosophy, we encourage our Arnsdorf team to contribute ideas and actions that we can make to deepen our commitment as a B Corp Certified company.

International Earth Day events include a Global Youth Summit consisting of panels, speeches, discussions, and special messages with youth climate activists including Greta Thunberg, Alexandria Villaseñor, and Licypriya Kangujam. Read more details here.

 
April 29, 2021 — Thea Basiliou