Yoga Pants – Not Just for Yoga Anymore (Part 2)

About a month ago,  I posted about how yoga pants aren’t just for yoga anymore! I’m one of those people who continues to wear my yoga pants on every occasion. People always say that I look pulled together and fashionable, but little do they know that I’m often wearing the same pair of favorite pants – the competitor tight – from Style Firm Los Angeles! I discovered them while shopping in Bloomingdales in Santa Monica, CA and have been hooked ever since. They do a great job of making my booty look nice and toned!

Take a look at how I styled these leggings 4 ways!

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This is my usual gym look, featuring the competitor tights. I also styled these with one of my favorite sports bras from Lorna Jane (unfortunately it’s not made anymore) and the Style Firm Modern Long Jacket!

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This is my classy party look, and one of my favorite dresses from Anthropologie that is SO versatile that I’ve worn it to company holiday parties, weddings, and even to a nice dinner with my fiancee. I’m wearingthe competitor tights underneath to keep the look pulled together (and because it’s been 30 degrees in California lately)!

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This is my casual everyday look for meeting friends and staying warm. If you can believe it, I got this packable down jacket at Costco of all places for $20. These competitor tights continue to keep me warm! This long jean shirt is from Madewell, and my boots are from Forever 21!

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This is one of my favorite looks for running errands or going to the movies! I’m still wearing my competitor tights to stay pulled together and looking cute, and my sweatshirt is from Serengetee, an awesome company also from Los Angeles who travels the world to source fabric, using the profit from sales to support local artisans and fabric makers from all over the world.

So there you have it! Which one is your favorite look? Happy 2017 everyone!

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