5 Signs You’re Addicted to Yoga Pants

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I don’t own yoga pants but I do happen to see them EVERYWHERE. It’s gotten to the point it’s a borderline epidemic and I don’t think the CDC will be investigating anytime soon. That being said, I’ve put together the 5 warning signs you might be addicted to your yoga pants. Let’s get started.

1. You find yoga pants acceptable for every occasion

Children’s plays, working out, grocery shopping, it doesn’t matter. As long as you pair the pant with a button-down or say a string of pearls, you’re in there! Often times the yoga pant has replaced pajama bottoms for the grocery store.

2. You own more than 3 pairs of yoga pants

You’ve collected a pair of black ones, dark grey ones and when you’re really feeling adventurous, navy blue. You’ve considered a yoga pant of the month club but you’re not quite there yet.

3. You refuse to declare them uncomfortable

Despite your yoga pants being skin tight, you refuse to declare them uncomfortable. Your yoga pants have become your friend and to resist them is really like being a bad friend. It doesn’t matter that complete strangers can see every dimple on your ass or your camel toe, at least you’re comfortable.

4. You consider wearing yoga pants to a wedding

After much contemplation, you opt for a wrap dress for your cousin’s wedding but there was about 10 minutes you were trying to figure out how you could get away with wearing yoga pants to such a family event.

5. Your husband can’t look at you the same anymore

For your first date, you chose a sexy little dress that had a plunging neckline. Now you don your elegant yoga pant for the Olive Garden. He is nostalgic about the days when you took more than two minutes to decide on what to wear for date night.

Black Friday is just a few days away. Perhaps I’ll invest in a pair of yoga pants so I can see what all the fuss is about. Remember, the first step is admitting you have a problem. Namaste.

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