We all know how important what hoop we use is, in terms of size, material, etc. But what you're wearing can also make a huge difference in your flow, and whether you'll have success nailing that new trick.
*Skin in best! When on body hooping, having exposed skin can make ALL the difference. This is especially true in shoulder hooping and leg hooping. These tricks are often a little tough because the movements are so atypical of the way we move in regular life. Even better? Sticky sweat on skin! Luckily I live in Houston so there is rarely a day that doesn't include sweat lol.
*Cotton clothing. Nothing will make a hoop slide down quicker than those silky, slippery leggings. Which is a bummer because those are usually the coolest looking ones. Stick to the softer leggings, shorts, and shirts. I personally love those cheap 2 pack biker shorts from stores like Ross. The fabric is perfect!
*Cut it up! Grab your scissors and get creative. Cutting spaces where the hoop hits your legs or shoulders is a great way to help keep the hoop up and give you an edgy look.
*Protect your feet. Flip flops and sandals that aren't connected to the feet are an accident waiting to happen (believe me, I know). Sneakers, Chacos or Tevas, even bare feet (if the ground is clear of obstructions!), are a way safer option. Your flow is going to feel and look so much better when you're not subconsciously worried about tripping.
Check out my hoop fashion Pinterest board for some more ideas! And leave me a comment about your fave places to get cool hoop clothes <3
https://www.pinterest.com/hoopcubed/hoop-fashion/ <--awesome clothes!!