|Jacket (below) | Zella|
Top | Lanson
Pants | 3/4 Two Tone Warm-up Leggings in Size Small
While I was in Austin, I saw an Outdoor Voices pop-up, and a $20 coupon helped spur me to stop by the adorable Outdoor Voices store. I wanted to do a quick review of their leggings, in case anyone else had been eyeing them. These are the Outdoor Voices 3/4 Two Tone Warm-up Leggings. They first caught my eye because I hadn't seen this color-block style in a legging before, and liked that the company has a young female founder.
I also tried the regular length leggings, but they were ridiculously long on me (I'm 5'2"), so I opted for the 3/4 length, which as you can see in the photo above - are basically full length on me. I've worn them to go do some easy outdoor exercise (walk/jogging) and pilates and they have held up well.
(i) Fabric is thick and soft, and doesn't sag,
(ii) my butt looks amazing in them (you'll have to take my word for it), and
(iii) the style and color is great.
(i) They are on the expensive side (although I guess that is relative - they are more expensive than the usual Zella leggings I buy on sale, but they are a little cheaper than Lululemon, and you definitely don't have to worry about these going sheer and overexposing you), and
(ii) the rise is higher than I prefer - they go up to about my belly button.
|Evidence of the high rise.|
|It was drizzling, so I had to layer.|
Overall, I'm excited to see what this brand does in the future. Their recent collaboration with A.P.C. makes me think they will be one to watch.What do you look for in workout clothing and what are some of your favorite workout brands?