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Iladora is a sporty but office-appropriate line of clothing made in SF for the bike-to-work set who want to look chic while they ride—and don't want to change once they get to the office. Ilana Siegelman and Meghan Murphy launched the company with the Perfect Bike Pant, made of flexible fabric and featuring a tab to hold your rolled up cuff.
Now they've launched two new items: The Lisa top is made of a bamboo cotton jersey blend that wicks away sweat, has dolman sleeves for easy movement, and is longer in the back to prevent unintended exposure. And the new water-resistant Mindy skirt features four-way stretch, a hidden pocket, and a contoured waistband that's also looking out for your decency with a higher rise in back. Bonus: all the clothing is also sustainably produced. Looks like we have lots more bike-to-work days in our future.
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