When shopping for the best yoga pants, consider their purpose in your life. Now that this style has become so popular, there are tons of different yoga pants for women out there to choose from. A favorite among dedicated yogis, these leggings feature a ribbed, scrunch-able bottom half that can be worn on the leg or pulled down over the heels for better grip and added coziness. Onzie's yoga clothes are all ultra light and quick-drying, perfect for intense yoga sessions filled with double Chaturangas.
New year, new sportswear, we say. Update your wardrobe with these yogi-approved leggings
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I went the other morning. It was 8 degrees outside. And every woman in there was wearing skintight, Saran-wrap-thin yoga pants. Many were dressed in the latest fashion — leggings with patterns of translucent mesh cut out of them, like sporty doilies. I have yoga pants — three pairs.
We tried these yoga pants out in a variety of low-impact exercise classes, including pilates, barre and of course yoga. If they passed that test we also wanted to see how they washed, sticking them on a cold wash after class. Waistbands needed to stay put — leaving us feeling smooth and supported. We asked our panel of wearers what they look for in a pair of yoga leggings, and we felt it was Abi Nolan from Supply Yoga a social purpose yoga studio based in Clapton, London who hit the nail on the head. While you might be feeling more adventurous in your sartorial decisions, we can all agree on the rest. If you do have a little more to spend, you can expect some of the more expensive styles to last years. So whatever your budget, these downward dog proof pants will take you from the barre to brunch while looking effortlessly stylish. You can trust our independent reviews.
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