The Best Yoga Pants

There is no doubt in my mind that mothers, not yogis, are the experts when it comes to the best yoga pants! So, last week I polled a bunch of my mama friends on their favorite yoga pants. See all their comments here! 

Obviously, comfort was the number one factor for us all. Next, price … this is where we all seemed to differ a bit. Some mamas preferred less expensive pants, I’m assuming because it’s lounge wear and who wants to break the bank on something like that? Others felt that since yoga pants could be deemed the work uniform of motherhood, supreme quality and a hefty investment panned out once you factor the price per wear. I’m curious where you fall? What’s your price point for yoga pants these days?

Regardless of if you’re in the $20 camp or the $100+ one, you’ll find a pair of yoga pants to love here … they’re mama approved!

yoga pants collage

 1 /// 2 /// 3 /// 4 /// 5 /// 6 /// 7 /// 8 /// 9


What do you spend on yoga pants?

My personal favorites actually aren’t shown. I love the  Kyodan brand, but you can’t order them online (except eBay). You CAN find them at TJ Maxx and Marshall’s stores! They’ve got awesome colors, fit and the price is right – I’ve picked them up for anywhere between $15-25!

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Gretchen hails from the beautiful Pacific Northwest along with her husband and two young children. Before transitioning to life as a stay at home mom, Gretchen worked in sales and marketing while earning her Masters in Management and Organizational Leadership. Now her days are focused on managing meal plans and nap times while organizing her sewing stash and children's toy bins. My oh my, how life changes in the blink of an eye! Gretchen writes frequently about natural parenting, becoming more environmentally conscience, her affinity for thrifted treasures, and hopes of making it out of yoga pants each day on her blog That Mama Gretchen (

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Joan Kottler
Hi There, I happened to see this on Pinterest. I am the founder of Evolution Activewear LLC. Go check it out when you have a moment. EAW is at an impasse as I am in production of new product, New colors in a wide range of sizes to cover standard, petite and tall as well as X’S -XL. I manufacture in the US which pushes my product into the higher price range. With that said, my Kneeotech Pants will last years. That’s right, Years. I’d love to answer any questions you may have about my product. feel free to contact… Read more »

Wondering why I have not received an answer??? I would really love to know the answer to the above question please!


Where do you get pant #5? The link is bad. Thanks!


Can you please give me the info/website for pant #5? I clicked on the link but it has expired 🙁 I would love to get my hands on those pants. Thank you!!!

Sophie Morton

Finding the right Yoga Pants can be hard, but this gave me a lot of help.
thank you.


Jessica, the Old Navy ones (number 6) are available in long.

I’ve been needing a new pair for awhile and last weekend I was being cheap and bought a pair at Walmart for $10. HUGE mistake. You know how sometimes sizes are listed as small/petite? Well, it turns out I accidentally bought size small petite. So not only do they not fit well, they’re basically floods. Looks like I’ll be getting new ones soon, so thanks for this list!


I love yoga pants… and my husband calls them the sexy alternative to sweats. Unfortunately being six foot tall and having a 33 1/2 inseam, I haven’t succeeded at finding them long enough anywhere other than VS (unless I wear them as Capri’s). Any other moms have a cheaper long length alternative?

Jibran Qazi

My wife love’s Lululemon. Happy wife happy life. Pricing and all are just details right 🙂


I’m really surprised Athleta didn’t make the cut. They are by far my favorite brand of athletic pants in general. I have a few of them with skirts attached to hide that back side. They are super supportive. The only problem is I no longer have a part time job there and I no longer get my employee discount, you will pay anywhere from $50-$100 on pants there.

Nike Marie Kirby

I’m a huge fan of the lulu lemon brand (number nine)! Thanks for the info about the TJ Maxx pants!