Fashion with a conscience! This sister company of lululemon athletica features fresh, hip and athletic styles for women. Always trying to innovate, OQOQO creates these styles using comfortable and natural fabrics such as bamboo, organic cotton, hemp, merino wool, wood pulp, and soy.
Influencing change through mindful style.
Stylish wardrobe basics that are environmentally conscious and totally patchouli-free? Horray for Lululemon’s new line Oqoqo, starring the softest form-fitting tanks and tees, made with soy and organic cotton and perfect for layering. Look for more structured pieces made from bamboo (the fabric mimics a slinky jersey knit), as well as fitted jackets, short trench coats and trousers for men and... more
How can one NOT love Oqoqo?!
It's "green" and trendy, or "eco-chic"!
A sister store to lululemon, Oqoqo prides iteself on sustainability. It is the only Oqoqo store in the Lower Mainland. They sell clothes that are yoga-friendly, going to the movies-friendly, lounging around sunday-friendly, and just about any other activity you can think of (besides a black tie function, of course).
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Three cheers for Lululemon's newish, environmentally conscious (without being circa the 1960 or 70s in style) line Oqoqo, which features sensually soft form-fitting tops made from soy and organic cotton. Bamboo is the material of choice for Oqoqo's more structured pieces (it looks and feels like a slinky jersey knit), such as fitted jackets, short trench coats and trousers for guys and gals both.
How to choose from a host of yoga outfitters on the same street, all of them with feel-good names like Karma, Lotus and Lulu...you know. Of all these places on 4th, my favourite is Oqoqo. They sell the comfiest and most sustainable line of yoga type clothing. Their products tend to be made of cotton and bamboo instead of lycra and spandex, so you can actually feel cosy in your yoga duds, and... more