When it comes to activewear that is just as cute as it is functional, Lululemon undoubtedly leads the charge. Of their many iconic sets and looks, their bestselling Align legging is practically a household name at this point for its buttery-soft fabric and weightless feel. The only thing missing was pockets—until now.
Lululemon just dropped their Align High Rise Legging (Lululemon, $128) with pockets, and we won’t blame you if you want one in each of the seven colors it comes in.
Now that we’re mostly taking outdoor walks and runs in lieu of the gym, pockets are practically non-negotiable. And while some small, discreet pockets on leggings rest in the waistband, others go inches deep, resting on the hips with enough holding power to carry our phone, keys, and credit card. These new Lululemon Align Leggings have both.
As is the case with most of their leggings, there’s still one drop-in pocket in the back (perfect for safely holding keys or a credit card!), but the addition of the larger pockets on both sides are the real game-changer. Sure, they’re perfect for active days when you’ll want to run to the park with your resistance bands easily in tow, but you’ll also love them for the times you’ll want to run errands all day with brunch and cocktails in between without having to carry a purse.
The new launch is featured in high-rise, which makes these perfect for pairing with a longline sports bra for a workout, then topped with a crop top or denim jacket for an effortlessly cool athleisure look.
But, the good news doesn’t end there—Lululemon also spread the pocket love out to their biker shorts and cropped leggings, too. For the person who always has more stuff to carry around than they ever have room for, they’re bound to become your new favorite essentials—consider them the Marry Poppins bag of leggings.
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