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28-12-2019, 13:21   #1
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Best leggings for Yoga

I've decided to clear out all of my older/cheaper leggings and treat myself to a couple of pairs of better quality ones.
Any suggestions please ?
I tried on a pair of Gym+Coffee yesterday and they did nothing for me. I definitely look anything like the one in the ad I'm short and definitely carrying the post Christmas pounds

Are the Sweaty Bettys/Lululemon worth the money or can anyone recommend other brands.
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28-12-2019, 13:52   #2
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Queen B leggings are fab. It’s a Cork company. I have the Daisy leggings and find them better than the Lululemon ones I have.
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I agree that it's better to look for quality even only for sustainability as to not to discard them too often. I had some Lululemon etc leggings and while they do last the price is extortionate. They are not that good unless it's some more creative designs that you're after.

Some of MyProtein leggings are outstanding quality, but you need to read reviews under each model closely. The good ones are really strong, well cut and stitched, the so-so ones are well described in the reviews so they are easy to avoid. They run sales and offers all the time if you want to save.

GAP has some solid leggings too (Blackout or Eclipse styles if you want support). They run 30 or 40% off sales frequently too but they tend to run out of popular sizes quickly so I'm not buying there anymore.

H&M have been promoting their fitness range and they photograph well but the quality is abysmal, rough thin fabric, stitching coming apart in the shop. Avoid.
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Thanks a million folks, great ideas there - cheers
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