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Rachel Legging
Rachel Legging Posted: 2/7/16
Reviewer: Anon. from MA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These are very nice leggings with good extra support in the midsection. After having my daughter, my belly is not what it used to be, so I really like the higher rise of these. They are thick enough to not have any show through and they do not have any sheen like an athletic legging would. At 5'3" and 135 pounds, the medium fits well. Another plus is when Zappos sent me the wrong size, they let me keep the size small and suggested I donate them, and overnighted the mediums. That is great customer service!

Cameo High Waist Brief
Cameo High Waist Brief Posted: 1/29/16
Reviewer: from florida
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

It smooths out my midriff bulge and is exceptionally comfortable. I tried on both the xl and the xxl. The xl was too uncomfortable and too hard to put on although it might have done more but after the struggle I decided it wasn't worth the effort. I'm very happy with the xxl! and bought a second pair in black!

Eve Ballet Back Bodysuit
Eve Ballet Back Bodysuit Posted: 1/20/16
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

I am very disappointed - it was almost deceiving to call this a bodysuit as it does not have a snap crotch. You need to take the whole thing off for bathroom breaks! The material is also very thin and feels cheap (it is very bathing suit like material, a little shiny). I would not worn this other than being in a ballet class. I am going to have to stay with Wolford. I am definitely returning it.

Leggings w/ Shirring
Leggings w/ Shirring Posted: 1/10/16
Reviewer: Jeanne from Illinois
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

They are thin and do stretch - but they still look good after a full day of travel. These are the most comfortable leggings that I have had for air and car travel. After washing, they do return to the non-stretch state.

Jocelyn Capri Legging
Jocelyn Capri Legging Posted: 1/3/16
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

Just did 8 mile run in these, no bunching at all. Stayed in place great. Soft cotton feel, wicked away all moisture. High waist holds in tummy. They also did a great job when I wore them in a boot camp type of class.

Straight Denim
Straight Denim Posted: 12/28/15
Reviewer: Susan from Denver
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Cute style and very comfortable. True to designer size. Just enough stretch, yet doesn't stretch out too much - excellent quality denim. Love the dark vintage color.

Denim Leggings
Denim Leggings Posted: 12/28/15
Reviewer: Susan from Denver
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Super cute & excellent quality. Fits true to size without being too snug for denim leggings. However, there was too much material that bunched up behind the knee making it uncomfortable. I'm sure it's just how it fit me. I would still recommend these.

Mallory Racerback Bra
Mallory Racerback Bra Posted: 12/23/15
Reviewer: from Bay Area
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I ordered this bra to wear with pajama tops and it's perfect for just that. I'm a 32 DD and definitely wouldn't rely on this as a supportive everyday bra, but it does what I needed it to do. It's extremely comfortable and cute. Very happy with this purchase.

Leggings w/ Shirring
Leggings w/ Shirring Posted: 12/14/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

These are really thin and light. Surprisingly so. It feels like you have nothing on. But they are also translucent, and they stretch out easily. I tried them on twice, and they were noticeably looser the second time. Returned.

Hazel Boyshort
Hazel Boyshort Posted: 12/13/15
Reviewer: Mary from Mountain View, CA
Overall: Rated:1 stars! Comfort: Rated:1 stars! Style: Rated:1 stars!

These boy shorts became stretched out and thin very quickly. I've purchased similar underpants for much, much less that have lasted many months longer than these! Don't waste your money.

Wide Leg Pants w/ Ribbed Detail
Wide Leg Pants w/ Ribbed Detail Posted: 12/9/15
Reviewer: Laurel J Chowdhury from
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

These pants run 2 - 3 sizes too large. I tried a medium, then a small and those were too large. And I am a size 4/6.

Lenox Leggings
Lenox Leggings Posted: 12/7/15
Reviewer: Chelsea from New Mexico
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

A little background - I have never worn leggings. I wear running shorts all summer and Exofficio pants in the winter. Since I've been working out, my trunk area has widened quite a bit and I can't force myself to wear any sort of regular pant (jeans, trousers, etc) that fits uncomfortably and/or restricts movement. I'm tired of my Exofficio pants (and they don't fit as well since the bubble butt and wide thigh revolution happened) so my sister encouraged me to try leggings. I strongly dislike shopping and trying on clothes so I try to purchase quality materials and brands that will last awhile. I plan to wear my leggings both as pants and under loose sweaters/shirts. I want a 'basic' legging that is versatile so I did not purchase any loud colors or patterns. I also like clothes that I can wear from work right into the forest for a hike. Having never worn any legging brands, I went hog wild and ordered 11 pairs to try on, 9 of which came from Zappos. Here are my body stats - 41" hip, 31" waist, usually pant size 10, weight ~ 145-152, height 5'7", A little soft in the middle but strong, toned legs. Here are my thoughts - Lysse Tight Ankle Legging 1219 Super tight, could not get over thighs. Nope Patagonia Serenity Legging Shorter than all the others; unattractive near crotch area Prana Misty Legging Very nice material, cool pattern and easy to get on; too low in back and front; unattractive crotch area Yummie Rachel Legging Perfect waistband height, nice feeling material, great length; a little difficult to get on but felt 'right' once they were in place. No movement when bending over. Definitely not see-through. Maybe a little too tight but perfect waistband Hue Ultra Legging w/Wide waistband Great waistband although the Rachel felt most 'right'. Super SUPER comfortable and great for movement/various positions (squatting, crossed legs on floor, etc). Has less cotton and less spandex then Rachel and the difference is made up by Rayon. Definitely not see-through and a bit stretch-ier fit than the Rachel. These were 1" wider on leg opening which I'm sure contributed to the ease of putting on and taking off. Yummie Hannah Legging These made the second round because they had a balanced feeling material and I liked the V look in front. Ultimately, the waistband was a little too low and it both cut in at my gut and was a little revealing when I bent over. Yummie Milan Legging This one was very similar to the Rachel except slightly different fabric blend (88% cotton/12% elastane Rachel vs 84% cotton/16% spandex Milan). I liked them but felt they fit slightly too tight. Yummie Louise Legging These were quickly eliminated - too tight, too spandex-y, and too short Yummie Lenox Legging These made the second round, along with the Yummie Rachel, Yummie Milan & the Hue. I liked the pocket and there was nice give in the leg when pulling them on. Perfect length and nice smooth material. Great height on waist. I tried the Lenox on and then the Rachel, back and forth, trying to decide which I preferred. The Rachel won. While investigating the two, I realized it might be due to the difference in their materials. Rachel is 88% cotton/12% elastane and the Lenox is 88% polyester/12% spandex. ALSO, the ankle is very tight. Merrell Ergoluxe Method Legging Neat pockets, wanted to love them, medium difficulty getting them on; waistband not high enough and not versatile fabric (looks like athletic wear) Merrell Lithos Straight Leg Pant Great fit and super comfortable, perfect length and nice in-between of yoga pant and legging. Ankle is loose (yoga pant) and sits on top of a sneaker nicely but butt/thigh area is tighter like a legging. Eliminated these based on 88% polyester since I already own a pair that is mostly polyester. FINAL DECISION I'm keeping the Rachel and the Hue legging. They just feel so amazing. UPDATE: The Rachel comes up 1 inch higher in the front and is definitely noticeable; I find myself occasionally pulling up on the Hue but the Rachel sits in exactly the right place. Still glad I purchased both.

Louise Leggings
Louise Leggings Posted: 12/7/15
Reviewer: Chelsea from New Mexico
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

A little background - I have never worn leggings. I wear running shorts all summer and Exofficio pants in the winter. Since I've been working out, my trunk area has widened quite a bit and I can't force myself to wear any sort of regular pant (jeans, trousers, etc) that fits uncomfortably and/or restricts movement. I'm tired of my Exofficio pants (and they don't fit as well since the bubble butt and wide thigh revolution happened) so my sister encouraged me to try leggings. I strongly dislike shopping and trying on clothes so I try to purchase quality materials and brands that will last awhile. I plan to wear my leggings both as pants and under loose sweaters/shirts. I want a 'basic' legging that is versatile so I did not purchase any loud colors or patterns. I also like clothes that I can wear from work right into the forest for a hike. Having never worn any legging brands, I went hog wild and ordered 11 pairs to try on, 9 of which came from Zappos. Here are my body stats - 41" hip, 31" waist, usually pant size 10, weight ~ 145-152, height 5'7", A little soft in the middle but strong, toned legs. Here are my thoughts - Lysse Tight Ankle Legging 1219 Super tight, could not get over thighs. Nope Patagonia Serenity Legging Shorter than all the others; unattractive near crotch area Prana Misty Legging Very nice material, cool pattern and easy to get on; too low in back and front; unattractive crotch area Yummie Rachel Legging Perfect waistband height, nice feeling material, great length; a little difficult to get on but felt 'right' once they were in place. No movement when bending over. Definitely not see-through. Maybe a little too tight but perfect waistband Hue Ultra Legging w/Wide waistband Great waistband although the Rachel felt most 'right'. Super SUPER comfortable and great for movement/various positions (squatting, crossed legs on floor, etc). Has less cotton and less spandex then Rachel and the difference is made up by Rayon. Definitely not see-through and a bit stretch-ier fit than the Rachel. These were 1" wider on leg opening which I'm sure contributed to the ease of putting on and taking off. Yummie Hannah Legging These made the second round because they had a balanced feeling material and I liked the V look in front. Ultimately, the waistband was a little too low and it both cut in at my gut and was a little revealing when I bent over. Yummie Milan Legging This one was very similar to the Rachel except slightly different fabric blend (88% cotton/12% elastane Rachel vs 84% cotton/16% spandex Milan). I liked them but felt they fit slightly too tight. Yummie Louise Legging These were quickly eliminated - too tight, too spandex-y, and too short Yummie Lenox Legging These made the second round, along with the Yummie Rachel, Yummie Milan & the Hue. I liked the pocket and there was nice give in the leg when pulling them on. Perfect length and nice smooth material. Great height on waist. I tried the Lenox on and then the Rachel, back and forth, trying to decide which I preferred. The Rachel won. While investigating the two, I realized it might be due to the difference in their materials. Rachel is 88% cotton/12% elastane and the Lenox is 88% polyester/12% spandex. ALSO, the ankle is very tight. Merrell Ergoluxe Method Legging Neat pockets, wanted to love them, medium difficulty getting them on; waistband not high enough and not versatile fabric (looks like athletic wear) Merrell Lithos Straight Leg Pant Great fit and super comfortable, perfect length and nice in-between of yoga pant and legging. Ankle is loose (yoga pant) and sits on top of a sneaker nicely but butt/thigh area is tighter like a legging. Eliminated these based on 88% polyester since I already own a pair that is mostly polyester. FINAL DECISION I'm keeping the Rachel and the Hue legging. They just feel so amazing. UPDATE: The Rachel comes up 1 inch higher in the front and is definitely noticeable; I find myself occasionally pulling up on the Hue but the Rachel sits in exactly the right place. Still glad I purchased both.

Hannah Legging
Hannah Legging Posted: 12/7/15
Reviewer: Chelsea from New Mexico
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

A little background - I have never worn leggings. I wear running shorts all summer and Exofficio pants in the winter. Since I've been working out, my trunk area has widened quite a bit and I can't force myself to wear any sort of regular pant (jeans, trousers, etc) that fits uncomfortably and/or restricts movement. I'm tired of my Exofficio pants (and they don't fit as well since the bubble butt and wide thigh revolution happened) so my sister encouraged me to try leggings. I strongly dislike shopping and trying on clothes so I try to purchase quality materials and brands that will last awhile. I plan to wear my leggings both as pants and under loose sweaters/shirts. I want a 'basic' legging that is versatile so I did not purchase any loud colors or patterns. I also like clothes that I can wear from work right into the forest for a hike. Having never worn any legging brands, I went hog wild and ordered 11 pairs to try on, 9 of which came from Zappos. Here are my body stats - 41" hip, 31" waist, usually pant size 10, weight ~ 145-152, height 5'7", A little soft in the middle but strong, toned legs. Here are my thoughts - Lysse Tight Ankle Legging 1219 Super tight, could not get over thighs. Nope Patagonia Serenity Legging Shorter than all the others; unattractive near crotch area Prana Misty Legging Very nice material, cool pattern and easy to get on; too low in back and front; unattractive crotch area Yummie Rachel Legging Perfect waistband height, nice feeling material, great length; a little difficult to get on but felt 'right' once they were in place. No movement when bending over. Definitely not see-through. Maybe a little too tight but perfect waistband Hue Ultra Legging w/Wide waistband Great waistband although the Rachel felt most 'right'. Super SUPER comfortable and great for movement/various positions (squatting, crossed legs on floor, etc). Has less cotton and less spandex then Rachel and the difference is made up by Rayon. Definitely not see-through and a bit stretch-ier fit than the Rachel. These were 1" wider on leg opening which I'm sure contributed to the ease of putting on and taking off. Yummie Hannah Legging These made the second round because they had a balanced feeling material and I liked the V look in front. Ultimately, the waistband was a little too low and it both cut in at my gut and was a little revealing when I bent over. Yummie Milan Legging This one was very similar to the Rachel except slightly different fabric blend (88% cotton/12% elastane Rachel vs 84% cotton/16% spandex Milan). I liked them but felt they fit slightly too tight. Yummie Louise Legging These were quickly eliminated - too tight, too spandex-y, and too short Yummie Lenox Legging These made the second round, along with the Yummie Rachel, Yummie Milan & the Hue. I liked the pocket and there was nice give in the leg when pulling them on. Perfect length and nice smooth material. Great height on waist. I tried the Lenox on and then the Rachel, back and forth, trying to decide which I preferred. The Rachel won. While investigating the two, I realized it might be due to the difference in their materials. Rachel is 88% cotton/12% elastane and the Lenox is 88% polyester/12% spandex. ALSO, the ankle is very tight. Merrell Ergoluxe Method Legging Neat pockets, wanted to love them, medium difficulty getting them on; waistband not high enough and not versatile fabric (looks like athletic wear) Merrell Lithos Straight Leg Pant Great fit and super comfortable, perfect length and nice in-between of yoga pant and legging. Ankle is loose (yoga pant) and sits on top of a sneaker nicely but butt/thigh area is tighter like a legging. Eliminated these based on 88% polyester since I already own a pair that is mostly polyester. FINAL DECISION I'm keeping the Rachel and the Hue legging. They just feel so amazing. UPDATE: The Rachel comes up 1 inch higher in the front and is definitely noticeable; I find myself occasionally pulling up on the Hue but the Rachel sits in exactly the right place. Still glad I purchased both.

Rachel Legging
Rachel Legging Posted: 12/7/15
Reviewer: Chelsea from New Mexico
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

A little background - I have never worn leggings. I wear running shorts all summer and Exofficio pants in the winter. Since I've been working out, my trunk area has widened quite a bit and I can't force myself to wear any sort of regular pant (jeans, trousers, etc) that fits uncomfortably and/or restricts movement. I'm tired of my Exofficio pants (and they don't fit as well since the bubble butt and wide thigh revolution happened) so my sister encouraged me to try leggings. I strongly dislike shopping and trying on clothes so I try to purchase quality materials and brands that will last awhile. I plan to wear my leggings both as pants and under loose sweaters/shirts. I want a 'basic' legging that is versatile so I did not purchase any loud colors or patterns. I also like clothes that I can wear from work right into the forest for a hike. Having never worn any legging brands, I went hog wild and ordered 11 pairs to try on, 9 of which came from Zappos. Here are my body stats - 41" hip, 31" waist, usually pant size 10, weight ~ 145-152, height 5'7", A little soft in the middle but strong, toned legs. Here are my thoughts - Lysse Tight Ankle Legging 1219 Super tight, could not get over thighs. Nope Patagonia Serenity Legging Shorter than all the others; unattractive near crotch area Prana Misty Legging Very nice material, cool pattern and easy to get on; too low in back and front; unattractive crotch area Yummie Rachel Legging Perfect waistband height, nice feeling material, great length; a little difficult to get on but felt 'right' once they were in place. No movement when bending over. Definitely not see-through. Maybe a little too tight but perfect waistband Hue Ultra Legging w/Wide waistband Great waistband although the Rachel felt most 'right'. Super SUPER comfortable and great for movement/various positions (squatting, crossed legs on floor, etc). Has less cotton and less spandex then Rachel and the difference is made up by Rayon. Definitely not see-through and a bit stretch-ier fit than the Rachel. These were 1" wider on leg opening which I'm sure contributed to the ease of putting on and taking off. Yummie Hannah Legging These made the second round because they had a balanced feeling material and I liked the V look in front. Ultimately, the waistband was a little too low and it both cut in at my gut and was a little revealing when I bent over. Yummie Milan Legging This one was very similar to the Rachel except slightly different fabric blend (88% cotton/12% elastane Rachel vs 84% cotton/16% spandex Milan). I liked them but felt they fit slightly too tight. Yummie Louise Legging These were quickly eliminated - too tight, too spandex-y, and too short Yummie Lenox Legging These made the second round, along with the Yummie Rachel, Yummie Milan & the Hue. I liked the pocket and there was nice give in the leg when pulling them on. Perfect length and nice smooth material. Great height on waist. I tried the Lenox on and then the Rachel, back and forth, trying to decide which I preferred. The Rachel won. While investigating the two, I realized it might be due to the difference in their materials. Rachel is 88% cotton/12% elastane and the Lenox is 88% polyester/12% spandex. ALSO, the ankle is very tight. Merrell Ergoluxe Method Legging Neat pockets, wanted to love them, medium difficulty getting them on; waistband not high enough and not versatile fabric (looks like athletic wear) Merrell Lithos Straight Leg Pant Great fit and super comfortable, perfect length and nice in-between of yoga pant and legging. Ankle is loose (yoga pant) and sits on top of a sneaker nicely but butt/thigh area is tighter like a legging. Eliminated these based on 88% polyester since I already own a pair that is mostly polyester. FINAL DECISION I'm keeping the Rachel and the Hue legging. They just feel so amazing. UPDATE: The Rachel comes up 1 inch higher in the front and is definitely noticeable; I find myself occasionally pulling up on the Hue but the Rachel sits in exactly the right place. Still glad I purchased both.

Stephanie 2-Way Tank
Stephanie 2-Way Tank Posted: 11/28/15
Reviewer: from Kansas City
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

It runs small. Very low cut and isn't very long. Disappointed with this product.

Plus Size Rachel Legging
Plus Size Rachel Legging Posted: 11/27/15
Reviewer: Martha Jean Pavelek from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Love these! I have them in both colors - wish they came in brown too. Comfy, tummy control, good coverage.

Audrey Day Bra
Audrey Day Bra Posted: 11/23/15
Reviewer: Anna Miranda from Santa Cruz
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

This is the most comfortable bra I have ever worn. As the picture shows, vere cute. Fabric is thin and stretchy, giving the bare minimum of support. I normally measure 38 C, the L/XL is perfect. Larger women who need a lot of support may need to look further.

Plus Size Rachel Legging
Plus Size Rachel Legging Posted: 11/21/15
Reviewer: from Charleston
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Glorious! Wish they came in more colors. Really nice fit, tummy control, snug all the way to ankle. Nice!

Rita Full Coverage Surplice Bra
Rita Full Coverage Surplice Bra Posted: 11/20/15
Reviewer: May from NC
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

This is a bra for minimalists. I appreciate the company's outside-the-box thinking on this one. The back is just one piece of wide fabric. There are no snap closures--you have to tug it on over your head to get it on. I actually liked the wideness of the back strap compared with other bras because it hid my back fat. :) I also appreciated the wide flat over arm straps because they were very comfy and did not diginto my flesh at all. However, this bra ultimately didn't work for me because it is quite sheer and offers no support, but I wanted some shaping and support.

Jasmina Shaping Thong
Jasmina Shaping Thong Posted: 11/15/15
Reviewer: from Arizona
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Bought these to wear under an evening gown for a formal event and I love them. Extremely comfortable. The higher waist sort of give them a retro feel, while the thong is very modern and I didn't feel the least bit dowdy. Best of all, they did not budge all night, no rolling or shifting, and had excellent tummy control without making me feel like I was wearing an instrument of torture. Will definitely be buying more!

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