From the very beginning Miss Matahari was a dream. Something imagined, in the faraway distance, with so many obstacles to overcome to get there. Today it is a platform to support and empower other women. To shine a light; to inspire, to encourage, to support in any way we can. As women we have the power to lift each other. There is no mountain we can't climb, if we do it together. #TOGETHERWEARESTRONGERSUPPORT
“Not started exercising yet but feeling fitter already in my Miss Matahari fitness gear.
— Miranda Hart, Comedian.
"The softest material! Comfy but sexy!"
— Emilia McCarthy, Actress
"Love wearing my #missmatahari leggings. Best support and streamlined look. Confidence never felt so good!"
— Nalintha Lala Perera, Model
“This is the best sportswear I have ever worn! Love love love it!!! I literally binned and gave away all my 'other' stuff! It's worth spending a little extra on quality."
— Liz Allen, Make-up Artist.
"LOVE MM! I virtually live in my Coyote leggings and even wore them to work with a shirt and heels! They are 100% the best leggings I have ever owned!"
— Georgina Taylor, Lawyer
“Miss Matahari made me bespoke pull-up competition jodhpurs when no other equestrian company would help. I love their fitness range and message."
— Sophie Christiansen CBE, Paralympian.
In many parts of the world there's a huge stigma associated with menstruation, and young women are being subjected to shame, guilt and even bullying as a result. A fashion designer from Uganda has begun a campaign to educate women in her local area about menstrual hygiene and body positivity, whilst teaching them the necessary skill set to make their own sanitary products, and thereby changing their lives.
As the world slowly starts to emerge out of its pyjama/blanket clad cocoon, I wonder what we can take away from this unprecedented experience of Covid 19. What have we learnt? What will we miss? And what will we want to change moving forwards?
This global pandemic has affected so many people in negative ways, but still, somewhere amid the fear and uncertainty we have also seen hope, and the potential for a better and braver new world.
Size Guide information - best viewed in landscape mode/on a larger screen.
The models in The Warrior Collection range from 5'5" - 5'9" in height and size 4-6 US (8-10 UK). They are all wearing our size S.
The main model in The New Frontier Collection is 5' 10" and a US size 2-4 (6-8 UK). Her bust is 34", waist 26" and hips 36.5". She is also wearing our size S. The petite model wearing some of the styles and accessories is 5' 3" and a US size 2. Her bust is 33", waist 25" and hips 39". She is wearing our size XS. If you fall into the petite category, you might find XS fits you better length-wise.
Note on pants - The workout tights/capris in The Warrior collection fit a little larger than pants/leggings in The New Frontier collection, as they've been specifically designed to flatter all body types, with a slightly more generous cut on the thighs and around the waist. If you have very slim thighs, we recommend you go down a size in any of the Warrior collection bottoms. In general all of our pants are designed to accommodate curvy or muscular thighs. When in doubt, drop a size.
We've also created all styles across all collections to fit a little longer on the sleeves and legs to provide more allowance for different shapes and sizes; not to mention we love the longer sleeved/legged look.
If you have any queries on sizing, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be more than happy to discuss your specific requirements.