I’ll literally fight anyone who tries to tell me that leggings aren’t pants. They totally are! They cover my legs, keep me warm, and can be worn to the gym or dressed up a bit with the right pair of shoes and top. I pretty much live in leggings, and thankfully Amazon has about a billion cute pairs that are inexpensive and frankly a lot nicer than some of the pricier ones I’ve tried before. Here are 11 of the best that you NEED to try.
Baihetu Women’s High-Waist Leggings, $10.99 – $17.99
Not only are these cute, the fabric feels like heaven. It’s super soft, very stretchy but still thick enough to be supportive, and also keep you warm (I’ve walked the dog in winter temps in these without being cold) without making you overheat. Best of all, they’re high-waisted, which means they make me look like I don’t have stomach rolls (FAKE NEWS). They come in a variety of colors and have both regular and plus sizes, so it’s a win-win for everyone.
Witkey Printed Yoga Leggings, $9.99 – $21.99
In another life, I like to pretend I was a dancer. I love clothes that make me feel like I’m in the New York City Ballet, and over-the-heel leggings totally do this. These have the added bonuses of again being high-waisted (you’ll notice a trend here) AND they come in cool tie-dye colors so if you feel like getting wild and giving ’em the ol’ razzle dazzle, you need a pair of these.
Ruring 4-Way Stretch Yoga Pants, $15.99 – $16.99
Real talk, these are easily my favorite yoga pants on the list. I literally own about six pairs of the black alone. They’re SO comfortable that I wear them to the gym, when I go out for a run, when I’m sitting around the house, and sometimes even to bed. I want to live in them forever and ever. They have a thick band around the belly to keep you pulled in at all the right places, the fabric feels super expensive while the leggings aren’t, and they’re basically the best. I think I should order a few pairs for back-up.
fit rebel Hand-Crafted Yoga Pants, $35.99
These ones are a little more expensive than some of the other options, but for good reason: they have a fly as hell design on them. If you ever wanted to become a real-life technicolor dream, these are for you. There are literally 16 different designs to choose from, and they’re all bright and beautiful and will make people be like, “Damn, where did this fly flourescent babe come from?”
Leggings Depot Soft & Slim Leggings, $8.99 – $13.99
Let me start by saying that Leggings Depot makes leggings that come in literally more than 40 colors, from hot pink to charcoal gray and everything in between. You literally will not think of a color that they don’t offer (probably). Not only that, but they’re some of the least expensive opaque leggings that don’t make you feel like the fabric is going to disintegrate off your legs when you put them on.
Sekermaet Workout Leggings, $16.98
I’d be lying if I didn’t say the butt outline didn’t weird me out at first, but once I thought about it, I was like, “Actually, my butt’s kinda awesome—why shouldn’t I highlight it? and then I realized it’s not all that obvious anyway and these leggings are comfortable as hell. The waistband in particular is pretty sweet because it doesn’t dig in and I like that it adds a little color to an otherwise kinda boring (but super functional) palette.
Queenie Ke Women Power Flex Yoga Legging, $16.99 – $22.99
Available in a wide variety of shades, my fav are the grey color block leggings, though they’re all super functional, comfortable, and don’t fold or slip when I hit up that downward dog. They stay in place and feel supportive and can you really ask for anything more? I don’t think so.
CLOZZ.U Mesh Yoga Pants, $10.49 – $15.99
OK, so I know all of my options thus far have been kinda boring but that’s just the kinda gal I am. But since I’m making recommendations here, I’ll step out of the box a little and give you an option for puttin’ on the ritz (because yes, mesh panels count as puttin’ on the ritz to me). These are cute and suggestive without being obscene (can leggings really ever be obscene?) and they fit like a glove. End of story.
Prolific Health Fitness Legging, $17.64 – $27.95
Now we’re getting truly wild with some colorful ombre leggings that are perfect for the warmer weather that I swear to God needs to be right around the corner because I’m so over winter. There are literally more than 40 color combinations here so basically any combo you can think of can be yours for less than $30 (sometimes much less). They have a foldable waist but I kinda wish they would have just stuck with the shorter waist since trying to wear them as high-waisted ends up being a pain (it tends to slide/crinkle up), but that’s a minor inconvenience for amazing leggings.
Nirlon Capri Yoga Pants, $9.99 – $13.99
If you’re a woman who likes to flash a little ankle now and then, capri pants might be more your style. Thankfully, Nirlon has a great 7/8 length yoga pant that has all the goodness of a full-length pair (high waist, thick waistband, opaque fabric throughout) at a shorter length. At this price, you literally can’t beat it.
Mint Lilac Printed Yoga Pants, $19.99
Probably the girliest offering in the bunch but sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do. If you ever just wanna get your pink on and feel super feminine while working out or lounging around your house, these have a damn ruched waistband. Need I say more? I don’t think so.
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