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Sassybax Convertible Legging






The Convertible Legging by Sassybax is an ingenious fusion of a classic legging and slimming shapewear will take your leggings obsession to the next level! The double layer belly band holds in the tummy and hips while the soft Microfiber fabric is as comfy as it gets. It’s great for after pregnancy for getting your skin back in shape. Wear them with the belly band up which comes above the natural waist or convert it to a Yoga pant by folding the band down. The waist will never roll. The lower part of the leg is designed to give the appearance of a skinny pant to make it more versatile than a traditional legging.

Featured in countless fashion magazines like InStyle, Glamour, and More Magazine, they will become the most versatile legging you own.

  • Style # BUL03
  • Leggings
  • Slightly wider at the ankle to create a slim pant look
  • Flattens tummy and slims hips with Extra Wide Belly Band
  • Waist band comes above natural waist
  • No roll waistband
  • Opaque
  • Wicking fabric
  • All season
  • 4-way stretch for supreme comfort
  • Fabric Content: 84% Microfiber Nylon 16% Lycra
  • Made in USA
  • US Sizing
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