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The Well+Good Gals: Our June Guest Bloggers Test Drive Seamless Fitness Fabric

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Each month, wades through the style blogosphere in search of just the right guest blogger—or in this month’s case, guest bloggers—to post regularly on our site’s Dispatch blog. In honor of our June Body Issue (starring Kerry Washington), we tapped Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula, the founders of, who’ll bring us their fitness and nutrition expertise. Every Wednesday for the next four weeks, you’ll find a roundup of workout and wellness trends courtesy of Alexia and Melisse. And, for a healthy end-of-week treat, they’ll be posting a new smoothie recipe each Friday. For even more tips and recipes from the Well+Good gals—and much, much more—check out the June issue of ELLE on newsstands now.

Seamless spandex is the fitness fashion world’s new favorite fabric. It’s suddenly being used in cute crops and lean tanks by indie brands like Phat Buddha, Electric Yoga, and Ellie—and even major players like Lululemon. The material doesn’t squeeze and compress, allowing its wearers the freedom to move from lunge to squat—pun intended—seamlessly. While seamless’s nylon-Spandex allure is partially aesthetic—the finish is an elegant matte and comes in an array of textures, like perforations—it’s also super comfortable, thanks to its thin, low-seam construction. (Carbon38 co-founder Caroline Gogolak said, “it can be very soft and comfortable, and it’s not constricting. A lot of people like that.”)

All that said, with seamless’s innovations come some technical trade-offs. We sweated in seamless during a handful of different workouts and tapped Phat Buddha designer Alissa Benishai for her fabrication expertise to bring you this list of the fabric’s pros and cons:

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