I got some from Victoria's Secret today and I really like them. (They also make my butt look really good too..) My mom was iffy about me getting them because she thought it brought all attention to my butt, but that's kind of the point (besides being extremely comfortable). I bought a large sweater to go with it, to make her feel better. But what do you think? Is it trashy? Do you like it? Does it really make you stare at their butt when girls wear yoga pants?
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Yoga pants look pretty close to sweat pants. They both make me think you just rolled out of bed and did not try, and therefore look a little trashy. If you were out for a jog or something active, then they would be fine but in normal situations it seems lazy. Obviously I realize that may not be why you are wearing them, but it is hard to shake the idea. If it was a guy you were comfortable with and they were really really tight, then that is about the only situation where they would achieve the effect you want without looking lazy.
They're hot. They also kind of look trashy but only sometimes. Mostly hot. Of course, you have the girls who really don't have the figure to pull it off and it becomes embarrassing for everyone in the room.
I bought a pair for my aerobics class at university. I wear them on the days of my aerobics class and to the gym every night.
Sometimes when I'm just not feeling it, I wear them to class. I know it looks trashy and I am of the opinion that they're the skank pants. I held out on buying them for years but finally caved.
I figure, I already have a boyfriend, he doesn't go to my school, I have no need to attract guys by dressing up and looking nice, so I don't. Any guy who approaches me soon shoves off once I tell him I'm a CJ major anyway.
I wear what I want when I want. But I am partial to jeans. I do like those better.
The point of yoga pants isn't to bring attention to your butt, it's to do yoga. Instructors prefer more fitted pants so they can easily see what you're doing and correct you if you're doing something wrong. Wearing them just for the sake of wearing them is lazy, and apparently a cry for attention.