abfalter: I saw a woman at the mall a few weeks back who filled out yoga pants better than any human being I had ever witnessed. It was almost a religious experience walking behind her...
RIP Lee Lemon
bagumpity: Black yoga pants add ten pounds and three inches to your rump, ladies. Whoever sold you on the idea that black is slimming is a misogynist who just wants you to look ugly. Black has high contrast against the surrounding colors. So if you are outdoors and the scenery behind you is anything other than black, guess what? We can see the shape of your ass outlined in perfect detail. And by some magic of the shiny black fabric, it will look HUGE. Even if you have a tiny little pattootie. Unless you're trying to hook up with Sir Mix-a-lot, black yoga pants are not the way to go.Something between light gray (i.e. sweatpants color) and charcoal works best. Depending on your setting, it will "blend" with the environment and won't add pounds to your rump. White and yellow slim you down amazingly, but they are also high contrast so your rear will be outlined very clearly. So you have basically four choices: look fat and have everyone see it (black), look slim and not get it noticed (charcoal), look slim and have it easier to notice (light gray) or look super slim and have the whole damn world notice how sexy you are (any superhigh contrast color like white/yellow/whatever).There is also the "nude" color, which will doesn't add or remove pounds but makes you look like you are walking around like Donald Duck (i.e. pantsless). Not a good look. Just sayin.
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