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Your Guide to the Best Yoga Leggings for Your Practice

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at BU chapter.

As an active lover of both yoga and fashion, I have been on the hunt for the perfect yoga-friendly legging for every situation. My top five yoga leggings range greatly in both price and fabric but all are great choices that I highly recommend. This means you can find the perfect legging for you and your practice whether this means a bikram or a cooler workout.


1. Lululemon Align Pant $98

The priciest leggings on this list are also my favorite. The soft, smart material is not necessarily sweat-wicking but provides soft comfort for a low-intensity yoga session.


2. Athleta Salutation Stash Pocket Tight in Powervita $89

Ranking in at my second favorite pair of leggings are these from Athleta. These have both pockets and a thick waistband, which means no need for adjusting yourself in the middle of your session! These are unbelievably soft but also can handle a little sweat.


3. Gymshark Dreamy Legging $45

Gymshark is known for their reasonably priced yet high-quality leggings. These leggings are sweat-wicking and comfortable. Perfect for a hot yoga class or a power class, you choose.


4. Gymshark Slounge Leggings $36

These aren’t necessarily your typical athletic-type leggings but they are perfect for practicing yoga. The loose material ensures an easy flow through practice and a lot of comfort.


5. New Balance Women’s Novelty Fabric Tights $25

Although these leggings are the cheapest on this list, they are still pretty high quality. These are on the warmer side so they’re perfect for the cold and windy weather we’ve been having and are so comfy too.


Treat yourself and find a yoga legging that’s perfect for you!


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Taylor is a freshman at BU with a dual degree in International Relations and Journalism. She loves vegan food, writing poetry and art museums.
Writers of the Boston University chapter of Her Campus.