I don’t remember the last time I wore jeans for more than a few hours at a time.
Honestly though, ever since I grew out of all of my maternity jeans at about 20 weeks I have worn leggings pretty much every day.
And if I do wear jeans, I end up changing out of them as soon as I get home.
I feel a bit silly admitting this to you because, if you’re a long time reader, then you may remember this post.
Talk about eating my own words.
But you know what? I’m happy I made the switch.
Well because leggings are just so darn comfortable.
But also because of you guys.
One of my most requested blog posts is a blog post on where to find ethically made leggings that actually fit well.
And I’ve always shied away from it because, since I wasn’t a legging person, I didn’t really have any suggestions… and I’m not going to recommend something I haven’t tried first.
The thing is: I’m pretty picky about my leggings. I need to feel like there’s something “there.”
You know what I mean?
These are made out of super soft, but weighty bamboo material so they wear almost like a ponte pant (just not as structured) and they are high wasted which is great for my post twin pooch.
Plus, Encircled is a sustainable and ethically minded company so I feel good about supporting them.
So these days, you’ll find me in my postpartum uniform: Cardigan, loose t-shirt or tank, and leggings.
I guess you can call it my mom uniform.
Either way, it’s simple and comfortable and I don’t have to think about it.
Exactly what I need it to be.
What about you? What’s your current uniform? Are you a fan of leggings? Let me know in the comments below!
Until next time,
*Thanks to Encircled for sponsoring this post!
Cardigan: Traded with my sister. Similar.
*I would suggest sizing down. I wear a size 6 typically and I ordered the XS. Also, they run long so I’m not sure they would work for you if you are petite.