These leggings are custom printed with mirror imaged crystals on the top and bottom of the leggings. Comfortable yet modern, energizing your workout with CRYSTAL POWER! At least that's what I like to imagine when I pull them on for yoga!
This style of leggings has a wide double layer waistband made of the same fabric as the rest of the leggings...ie. NO ELASTIC to dig into your waist while you're moving!
We've also printed a secret motivational message on the inside of the waistband, so every time you pull them on you'll be ready to tackle whatever you've got going on that day.
All the seams are overlocked for durability, the leg openings are finished with a stretch cover stitch. The WB hits just below the belly button on most people
Available in the following sizes:
XS - 24-25 waist, 34-35 hip
S - fits 25-26 waist, 35-37 hip
M - fits 27-30 waist, 37-39 hip
L - fits 31-33 waist, 40-43 hip
XL - fits 33-35 waist, 43-45 hip
The inseam for all sizes is 30"
Hand wash cold for longest lasting care. Lay flat or hang to dry.
PRINTED AND HANDMADE IN MONTREAL, CANADA, THIS ITEM IS PRINTED, SEWN AND SHIPPED DIRECTLY FROM OUR PRINTING PARTNER
Since this is a MADE TO ORDER item please allow 1 week for production
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