I know your sweat sessions are a funeral for your fat, but must you wear black leggings ALL the time? This is the question I ask my self season after season. You too? Well, as fall makes it debut I have decided that this year will be the year that I remix the black legging. With more fitness fashion options than ever this transition ought to be fun right? I’m so down and ready to retire my all black leggings!
Half Print, Half Black, Full On Fun – Alo Yoga
Go halfies when it comes to crossing over to bold prints with a legging that is fun on the top yet business on the bottom – the Goddess Ribbed Legging from Alo Yoga. Since the print is only on top your inner thighs will instantly look slimmer. And the material of the printed area is also beyond incredible. I love how durable yet functional it is – it’s moisture wicking and has both StretchFlex and Anti-bacterial technology. Then there is the ribbed portion, which is extra long and holds both the appearance and function of leg warmers. I’m in love with the Volcano Lighting print that I may just need to sang a couple more pairs before fall gets here.
The Out Of This World Waist Band – lululemon
Okay, I know I know, letting your all black leggings go is tough. I totally understand. Just think outside the box and get ready to rock your FitGirl world with the lululemon Astro Wunder Under Pant Full-on Luon. This remix on the brands popular Wunder Under Pant is genius – all because of it’s RAD waistband. The fun prints and colors are sure to shake your legging game up and since they feel like second skin, look forward to living in this pair all season long. And the best part – these leggings are two looks for the price of one. Simply roll down the waistband for a fun asymmetrical look, and pow, you know have added edge to your FitGirl fashionista game.
Bold, Wild & Eco Friendly – Nike
Calling all my courageous FitGirls! If you are looking to experience an increase in double takes this season then you must get your hands on (or should I say legs in) the Nike Legend 2.0 Tight Fit Tiger Pants at Six:02. This print is one of the best I’ve seen in a long time, since it’s both flattering and functional. The seams are perfectly placed so don’t worry about this wild design upstaging your well sculpted thighs. In fact, they will totally compliment them. The elevated back will ensure all your junk stays in the trunk and the power mesh waistband holds everything in the middle nice and snug. Oh, and the best part – the materials used to make these RAD pants are 100% recycled. Oh yes Nike!
The Sexy Black Legging – Fabletics
Not only does Fabletics offer “fab” fit gear, the price is pretty darn fab too! At $49.95 ($39.95 if you are VIP) this ladies is just a bonus, because the Rocha Leggings are unreal. Their sleek and sexy design is bound to give your current tired black leggings the boot for sure. I love how RAD the mesh lining is and the thick waistband is beyond slimming. Plus, the smooth design is also chaff resistant – which P.S. is excellent if a “thigh gap” is a non option for your body type. The four way stretch material is designed to move with you and not against you so trust me when I say you will be rockin’ these babies with both sports bras and blazers.
Robbie Ann Darby (RAD Experience) is a professional FitGirl, Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer in NYC. Follow her sweaty life on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more fun health and fitness tips!
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