The Best Leggings Money Can Buy and for Only $15!

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The Best Mom Leggings Ever!

I am not sure when it happened — but somewhere along the way and with the more children that I have, I stopped wearing real pants. Old Navy Rockstars are about as real as it gets these days.

But leggings — oh sweet, sweet leggings — are my one true love.

Funny enough, this is not the first blog post I’ve written where leggings come up. I wrote about a different pair of leggings here.

I have tried all of the cult favorites — Athleta, Zella, Spanx, Lululemon, Gap, Old Navy, Blanqi, and several available on Amazon.

I have my pregnancy favorites and my postpartum favorites. For pregnancy, I really live in the Lululemon Align Pants. I know they are ridiculously best mom leggings everexpensive but I have a few pair that have lasted me through all 3 pregnancies in spite of how big I got.

BUT — I am not writing this to give you a roll call of the leggings in my closet. I started out that way only to give myself some street cred, some letters behind my name, or the proverbial blue check mark on my Insta. Y’all with me?

I am writing this to tell you about the best pair of leggings I have put on my body and for only $15.

Yep. F I F T E E N D O L L A R S!!!   

Here I am in the olive green pair.


Here I am in the solid black pair.

As I type this, I purchased another pair and have sent reminder texts to some of my besties who have fallen in love with them to make sure they scoop up another pair before this publishes, just in case there is a shortage.

These leggings are the perfect material. They are not too thick, which is my main complaint for Zella and the Core 10 leggings from Amazon.

Maybe it is because you are actually supposed to work out in those? 😉

Anyway, the fabric is thick and thin enough, does NOT pill, and can be dressed up or down — not just with your tennis shoes. They come in a ton of colors, some with pockets and mesh panels. They compress all the things and postpartum bellies that need to be compressed. They have the perfect amount of stretch. I think they are true to size, but a few of my LAFMB friends say they run a little big, so if you are between sizes, size down! Do I sound like a real life fashion blogger or WHAT? No but real talk — I know about “between sizes” in shoe but who is between sizes in clothes? Medium and a half anyone?!

The solid black pair that checks all of my boxes (the solid black color is labeled as: A-FYP52-BLK).

Just trust me on this. For $15, you cannot go wrong.

Well, now I feel like I have truly shared my heart and soul with the moms of Acadiana. Send this to ya mama and dem but make sure you check out first, you do NOT want to miss out.


If you wear leggings for actual working out, I cannot help you. I do not know if these show your booty when you squat and I never will.

Rebecca Autin
Rebecca is an attorney by day and a toddler wrangler by night. She is a product of divorced parents and grew up in both Thibodaux and Franklin, Louisiana. Rebecca attended Loyola University of New Orleans and Southern University Law Center. Rebecca married her high school bestie in 2012. Quinton and Rebecca went through months of infertility before giving birth to Maxwell Lincoln in 2015. In 2016, they were surprised by a baby boy due in June 2017. But, in February 2017, they suffered with incompetent cervix and delivered sweet Theodore Paul too soon. In October 2018, after an incredibly difficult pregnancy, a cerclage, and a whole bunch of bedrest, Fitzgerald Joseph was born -- a happy, healthy, and perfect rainbow. If you can't find Rebecca, you can summon her with pot of freshly brewed coffee or look for her in Target or behind the kitchen island where she is hiding from her kids with a very generous pour of red.


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