25 Cheap Yoga Pants That Still Look Expensive

Sarah Yang
·5 mins read

Listen, we love expensive activewear as much as the next person. You might be dropping mad money on a pair of leggings or a sports bra, but for the most part, you know that you're getting quality stuff. That being said, some of us can't stock up on 10 pairs of $100 leggings. We like to mix high and low, and luckily, there are some very affordable options that look and work just as good as the expensive ones.

We rounded up some of the best affordable yoga pants out there on the internet below. Namaste.

JoyLab High-Waisted Brushed Jersey 7/8 Leggings ($35)

These are made of soft jersey, which means they're EXTRA comfortable. Side pockets make it easy to store your keys, phone, and credit card.

Core 10 Spectrum Yoga High Waist 7/8 Crop Legging ($39)

These leggings are described as "squat-proof," meaning you can get into some intricate poses without having to worry about their durability or sheer factor. One reviewer says that it's at the "sweet spot of quality and price."

HDE High Waist Yoga Pants ($26)

We have three words for you: hidden smartphone pocket. Keep your cell tucked away when you're on the go.

Asos 4505 Curve Icon Legging in Cotton Touch ($26)

Everyone needs a pair of classic black leggings in their activewear wardrobe. This high-rise pair is made of 89% and 11% spandex.

GapFit High Rise Rib Blackout 7/8 Leggings ($60)

These high-compression leggings are perfect for both yoga class and HIIT sessions. They're breathable and sweat-wicking, too.

JoyLab High-Waisted Macrame Capri Leggings ($30)

Try these leggings if you prefer a shorter fit. They have a cool macrame-like detail, which also provides some breathability.

Amazon Essentials Studio Sculpt High-Rise Full Length Yoga Legging ($22)

If you prefer full-length leggings instead of the 7/8 versions, these are a good option. Reviewers like that this style is sculpting and flattering but still comfortable.

H&M Wrapover-Waist Sports Leggings ($25)

These pants from H&M have a cool wraparound waistband detail. The fabric is fast-drying, so you can wear it to hot yoga.

Old Navy High-Waisted Elevate Crop Leggings For Women ($27)

I love experimenting with patterns when it comes to my activewear. These crops have a cool tie dye-like detail.

JoyLab High-Waisted Seamless Snakeskin Jacquard 7/8 Leggings ($35)

These snakeskin leggings are definitely a statement. The seamless design is so soft and comfortable—the flexible fit makes it easy to get into just about any pose.

GapFit High Rise Blackout Full Length Leggings ($70)

You won't have to worry about chafing with these smoothing leggings. The wide waistband is extra comfortable, while the back pocket makes it easy to store small items.

Aerie Offline Real Me High Waisted Mesh Legging ($35)

The mesh detail makes these leggings so breathable so you won't overheat. The lightweight fabric is soft and stretchy.

Danskin Sleek-Fit Yoga Pant ($20)

If you prefer more of a looser fit for your practice, these highly rated boot-cut pants are a good option. They're not too baggy, either.

Old Navy High-Waisted Balance Yoga Leggings For Women ($15)

These are designed especially for yoga—they're breathable, soft, and have moisture-wicking technology.

H&M Seamless Leggings High Waist ($30)

You won't find too many seams on these leggings, which is intentional to make it easier for you to move freely.

Aerie Offline Ribbed High Waisted Lace Up Legging ($42)

These leggings have a unique lace-up front so you can customize your fit.

ViV Collection Signature Leggings ($13)

You really can't go wrong with these under-$15 leggings. Reviewers have said they're soft and comfortable.

H&M Shaping Tights High Waist ($35)

For a sculpted fit, these are your best bet. They're made of fast-drying fabric and have a comfortable, high waistband.

Aerie Offline the Hugger High Waisted Ribbed Legging ($42)

These leggings literally feel like a hug—they're made with Aerie's "Hugger" fabric. They're great to wear in chillier months since they're designed to be warm.

F21 Active Colorblock Leggings ($22)

The colorblock detail is eye-catching and a lot of fun. It has a high-rise banded waist and is made of 100% nylon.

F21 Active Back-Zip Leggings ($23)

With a zip pocket in the back, these leggings are perfect if you're on-the-go, since you can store your keys and a credit inside.

Old Navy Mid-Rise Wide-Leg Yoga Pants ($15)

These mid-rise yoga pants with a roll-over waistband are for those who prefer a loose fit. Plus, they make great lounge pants, too.

GapFit High Rise Blackout 7/8 Leggings ($45)

With a fun, sporty stripe, these leggings have a retro feel. You'll get a medium compression fit with this pair.

RBX Active Stretch Leggings ($20)

These leggings will hug and support your body, allowing you to move freely. Reviewers like the comfort and fit of this pair.

JoyLab High-Waisted Seamless Mesh 7/8 Leggings ($35)

From far away these look like your normal workout leggings, but when you look closer there are perforated and mesh details.

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This article was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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