Fun leggings that go beyond black

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With the ability to let you be comfortable without looking sloppy, leggings — not diamonds — may just be a girl's best friend. Although your classic black pair is both a wardrobe and workout staple, it may be time for an upgrade. Put your black pair on hold and bring some pattern to Pilates with a pair of leggings that are anything but boring.

Wunder Under Pants

Anything but subtle, these bright blue Lululemon Wunder Under Pants ($82, shop.lululemon.com) are so comfortable you won't want to take them off.






Skimmer Pants

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(Photo: Fila)



Show off your wild side and brighten up your run in these retro-inspired Fila Pixel Pants ($24, originally $40, shopstyle.com).













(Photo: Athleta)

(Photo: Athleta)

Tie Dye Cotton Brahma Legging

For a pair of leggings that can be worn well beyond the Pilates studio. Try a pair of Athleta Brahma Leggings ($84, athleta.gap.com).

(See also: Lightweight, long-sleeve workout tops for early fall.)
















Rollover Capri Pant

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(Photo: Butter Shoes)

(Photo: Butter Shoes)



The neon green on these Butter Rollover Capri Pants ($44, shopstyle.com) bump up the basic black.













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Resistance Tight Capri

Add a pop of purple to your yoga practice in these Fila Resistance Tight Capris ($27.50, originally $55, shopstyle.com).


















Long Run Compression Tights
(Photo: Lucy)

(Photo: Lucy)



For long runs that go well into the night, throw on a pair of reflective and rather slimming Lucy Compression Tights ($40, originally $98, lucy.com).













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Gather and Grow Crop

Sweat in style or get bendy at yoga wearing a pair of Lululemon Gather and Grow Crop ($78, shop.lululemon.com).


















Printed Active Capri Leggings

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(Photo: Nike)



Make a statement during your next ride wearing brushstroke-inspired Nike Capri Leggings ($37, macys.com). The Dry-FIT fabric will keep you cool and dry too!




















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(Photo: Ideolology)

Animal-Print Active Capris

Add a little fierceness to your workout routine in Ideology's Animal-Print Leggings ($26, originally $48).






















Harem Parachute Leggings

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(Photo: SK Hat Shop)

(Photo: SK Hat Shop)



Great for a dance workout like Zumba, these loose fitting parachute leggings ($10, originally $30, amazon.com) are a trendy choice.

 

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