And if you're not into high-rise leggings, this one sits low on your waist. Again, I was a bit shocked that they only came in small, medium and large, and was nervous that the large wouldn’t fit since there is no size guide on the page. $400+ leggings from designers like Lucas Hugh and a $900 pair from Fendi. As a comparison, I grabbed an old faux leather wallet of mine, and, sure enough, it had the look (and smell) of cheap polyester. I was thrilled to see that the waistband, while boosting my butt, also sucked in my tummy perfectly, leaving little to no bulge in the front. All in all, these were one of my favorite surprise discoveries. Next, over 100 consumer testers wore them during workouts and rated the leggings for fit, breathability, comfort, appearance, and more. I have zero complaints with these, except I do wish that I also ordered the Zephyr Crossover Pocket leggings too, which combine the amazing waistband that I reviewed above with the pockets on these. These are the yoga pants you'll never want to take off, and the good news is you don't have to. The fabric does stretch with your booty, but they passed the squat test with flying colors. I got a few pairs to try, but my all-time favorite from the collection were the 7/8 length Flex leggings, made with their TechSweat fabric. The word compression used to scare me: As a curvier girl, I was afraid it meant being sucked into corsets and uncomfortably tight Spandex contraptions. They had to offer sizes that went up to at least a large, carried leggings specifically and had something special to set them apart. Also from Lulus, the Dream Job black high-waisted leggings. This style proves you don't have to sacrifice performance: The fabric uses about 25 plastic bottles per pair and it has a cult-like following from fans that call these their favorite leggings ever. When I found this pair, I was thrilled to find a cotton option, as many companies go straight for the Spandex or nylon and skip over this comfy fabric. For starters, our  Lab experts and consumer tester panel all gave this pair perfect scores for opacity – i.e. Ladies, let’s talk about pockets. Overwhelmed with the options, I decided to narrow my search. The leggings held up far better than I did, and the only thing that wanted to roll down was me, not my waistband. 190,756, This story has been shared 118,030 times. SHOP NOW. They're a bit harder to get on than regular leggings and you need to make sure they're properly aligned, but the support panels make it easy for you to find the right fit. At only $42, they were also the least expensive pair I tried, but didn’t look it at all. They also partner with Climate Neutral to measure their greenhouse gas emissions to ensure that my pair of Wolven leggings are carbon-neutral. I got the Rachel Cotton Stretch Shaping leggings, and was at first a bit nervous, as they said they were shaping and I was going for more of a Netflix-and-chill sort of pant. But, if compression is what you’re looking for, order your normal size and squeeze into it. I wanted to see which leggings were out there for curvier girls like myself, but that didn’t compromise when it came to style and the fun patterns I see on fitness influencer accounts, which are now splashed all over my Instagram recommended page after writing this article. See below for a much shorter review, but the Onzie high-rise leggings are fashionable, durable and seem able to fit any-sized torso. The thick material was also moisture-wicking in our evaluations. The fabric was also one of the most durable: It didn’t shrink, pill, fade or stretch out in our evaluations. They did pill a bit and a few users wished they had a more compressive fit, so these are best suited for lower-impact activities like walking. Still, they describe these as soft and comfortable, and confirm that they aren't see through.


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