I would like to start out by saying that I absolutely love Lululemon. No matter if you're someone who's super into fitness, or if you're just really into athleisure, that store has anything you could ever want and some things you never knew you needed. Sport bras with amazing support? Check. Sport bras with absolutely no support but super cute strappies everywhere? Checkkkk.
But. One thing about Lulu? It's expensive AF. And not all of us can afford to spend $50 on a tank top or $120 on a pair of leggings that -- let's be honest, people -- we just want for lounging around the house. And THAT, my friends, is why we are here today.
One day, as I was mindlessly scrolling through TikTok, as I so often do, I came across a video that insisted one certain brand of leggings on Amazon were the best Lululemon dupe leggings the woman had ever tried. The best part? She claimed they were only $25.
Me, running to Amazon:
I found them. They looked promising. The reviews were amazing. I purchased them. And I kid you not, my life will never be the same. I give you...
CRZ YOGA Women's High Waisted Workout Leggings
How many times have you tried a new pair of leggings and no matter how hard you try, you just can't make them measure up to "nicer" ones you've purchased in the past? They're see-through. The legs are too long. The legs are too SHORT. The ankles don't taper in at the bottom. You constantly have to pull them up. They're too freaking tight to breathe. The thighs get pilled after approximately three wears. The list goes on and on.
Well, not these babies. I've worn them hiking and lounging. I've worn them during a HIIT workout and running. They don't budge. They don't pill. They have POCKETS. And -- the best part, for me personally -- animal hair doesn't stick to them. I swear to you I didn't even know this is was something I was looking for in leggings, so when the fur of my two cats magically stopped sticking to my pants one day, I was shocked.
Now, CRZ YOGA does make things other than these magical leggings. They make different styles of leggings, obviously, as well as joggers, tanks, shirts -- you name it, they've basically got it. I now own three pairs of the leggings (and plan to order more as I slowly wean out the rest of my collection that is sub-par), and I recently invested in one of the long-sleeved shirts, which I'm super into.
TRY THEM HERE. Tell us what you think. Buy five pairs because, let's be honest, you'd be spending that money at Lulu on one pair, anyways. You are welcome.