BuddhiWear, a Columbia-based apparel company, launched its second line of innovative organic positive inspired apparel for women, men, and children. This new garment line includes t-shirts, thermal shirts, & long sleeve t-shirts, for women, men and children as well as an infant line featuring bibs, hats, onesies, tank tops, thermal tops, and t-shirts.

The new lines include expansion into men’s, unisex, and youth sized garments. Twelve new designs are included in the line. BuddhiWear offers babies sizes 3/6 months through toddler size 6, the youth line size 8 through 12, women’s line small through xx-large, unisex line medium through x-large, men’s line medium through x-large.

What makes this line of clothing different are the fresh new designs. All the garments are made from 100 percent organic cotton under sweatshop-free conditions. They are locally created and printed in an eco-friendly manner. The garments use a unique direct printing technology application which makes the garments so soft that you can not tell where the design begins or ends when touching it. It also feels wonderful next to your skin and the design does not hold in moisture. The ink instantly absorbs into the garment rather than lying on top of it like in screen-printing. It will not easily crack and fade like other processes making BuddhiWear garments extremely long lasting as well as environmental and soft.

BuddhiWear’s founder Kelly Neylan is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (R.Y.T.) who teaches adult, child, pre-natal, office, and senior/gentle yoga throughout Howard County Maryland. She is a Usui & Karuna Ki Reiki Master healing and teaching energy healing techniques. She is the proud mother to two little yogis in training. She wanted to create an affordable line of yoga inspired apparel. The founder says, “As a yoga instructor I was tired of seeing $60.00 yoga shirts that I could not afford and I thought to myself I could do better than that.” Kelly Neylan is quoted as saying “I intend my garments to spread positive light energy to all who encounter them”. BuddhiWear Organics now includes something for everyone to help that energy spread.

BuddhiWear has partnered with American Forests to plant trees for shirts. One percent of BuddhiWear profits will be donated to American Forests and other important global charities.

Visit online at www.BuddhiWear.com