* Take your yoga pants beyond the studio with these styling tips
* Rethink where you can wear your leggings
* These versatile styles from Athleta are work — and workout — appropriate
It’s hard to beat the comfort of leggings and with so many refined options available these days, they’re not just for errands or a workout. We’re especially enamored by the selection at Athleta, that combine the performance of premium athletic wear with street-friendly styling. They’re making it possible to wear yoga pants on the stealth, just by dressing them up with elegant accessories or casual separates. Here, find 7 pairs of leggings you can wear for a night out and take to the next morning’s spin class.
1. Metro High Waisted Legging
Simple and classic, you can layer pretty much anything over this sleek, minimal style. On the back, find patch pockets that elevate these leggings to skinny jean status.
2. Gleam Chaturanga to Town Tight
Add a chunky, oversized sweater and some leather ankle boots and these liquid-leather look tights go from Vinyasa flow to a rock show.
3. Cord High Waisted Metro Legging
Cooler weather calls for a fall classic like corduroy. Pair these with a cozy cardigan when you’re headed out for for a low-key dinner with friends.
4. Herringbone Metro High Waisted Legging
The tweedy, heathered look of these leggings brings a nice note of texture to your wardrobe. Take them beyond the yoga studio with an understated cashmere sweater and high-heeled boots.
5. Tux Metro Legging
Take the tux thing literally and add a black blazer and simple tee for a polished look that also exudes effortlessness.
6. Highline Hybrid Cargo Tight
Add a plaid or chambray button-down plus some low-top sneakers and you’re set for a casual night of bar-hopping. A wide, 3-layer mesh waistband keeps your look sleek and streamlined.
7. Ponte Leather Legging
Take these luxe leather leggings for a night out with a delicately beaded top and a pair of simple pumps. Stretch ponte panels and deep zippered pockets mean you won’t have to suffer for style.
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