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Finding stylish and comfortable loungewear that transitions seamlessly from hanging at home to running errands can be difficult. After more than a year of WFH, many of us aren't ready to give up our comfort clothes just yet.
The Good to Go Seamless Legging and Good to Go Seamless Bra make up the latest athleisure set from Knix. The latest drop is made from BlissFit technology for a smooth in three on-trend colours and available in sizes XS-XXXXL.
SHOP IT: Knix, $50 CAD/$40 USD (bra)
SHOP IT: Knix, $60 CAD/ $50 USD (leggings)
The high-waisted leggings offer wearers a supportive ribbed waistband and ultra-smoothing 360 knit fabric that you can pair with your favourite tee or sweatshirt for a laid back look to wear both at home and out in the world. Pair the leggings with the wireless v-neck seamless bra to create trendy crop-top look that provides medium-impact support that has enough stretch to prevent lumps and bumps of traditional bras.
Our Yahoo Lifestyle Canada editors put the Good to Go Seamless Leggings and Bras to the test to see how they perform on a day-to-day basis.
Elizabeth Di Filippo, Lifestyle Editor
I have been living in leggings and loungewear since last March, and like my teammates, consider myself to be somewhat of an expert when it comes to all things cozy. However not all of my at-home looks match or are polished enough to wear in public, which made the Good to Go collection appealing now that restrictions are lifting and I'm spending more time outside.
Since I wear a 36C in bras, I tried the Good to Go Seamless Bra in a medium which fit perfectly. I've been a fan of Knix bras for a long time because they fit well, and are incredibly comfortable. The BlissFit fabric had just the right amount of stretch to help smooth out the little lumps and bumps that can appear when an ill-fitting bra digs into your back. In addition, it prevented what I refer to as "vagina armpit" (if you know, you know) which was a big plus for me and made me feel comfortable wearing the bra as a top around my house.
I wish my feelings about the leggings were as positive as the bra. The Good to Go Seamless Leggings are made from the same BlissFit knit-type fabric with a bit of a sheen that I personally didn't enjoy. I ordered a medium (I wear a 6/8 in pants) and felt as though the fit around my waist was fine and I enjoyed the ribbed waistband. Everything was very smooth (the bum looked great) but the fabric would pull if my dogs sat on my lap or jumped up on me to greet me. I would have loved these leggings had they not had been ribbed or slightly more textured and perhaps more durable to my lifestyle.
Kate Mendonca, Shopping Editor
I wasn't a huge fan of this activewear set, but I'll start with the positives! I loved the amount of stretch in both the Good to Go Seamless Bra and Good to Go Seamless Legging. Though they looked tiny when I pulled the leggings out of their package (I got both in my usual size small), I was impressed by their super-stretch fit and easy wear. I also love that the bra features adjustable straps and a clasp closure rather than the traditional pull-on style of most sports bras — because who hasn't struggled to get one on or off before?
Now for the negatives. I personally didn't like the feel of the BlissFit fabric, which to me has more compression than I prefer in my leggings. They're also quite lightweight, which almost makes it feel like you're wearing thick nylon stockings rather than leggings. My mom and I share the same size, and when I offered her to try it on, she absolutely loved the fit and feel of this activewear set. In the end I think it really just comes down to personal preference on how you like your activewear to feel on.
Kayla Kuefler, Shopping Editor
As someone with a larger chest (I wear a 34DD in bras), I'm always eager to test out new sports bras to see if they offer the support and comfort the girls and I need during a workout. Although the Knix sizing chart recommends a medium for 34DD, I ended up going with a large in the Good to Go Seamless Bra and was happy with the sizing.
The bra offers medium-impact support, and after test-driving it in a handful of Peloton classes, it got my seal of approval. While it wouldn't be a bra I would go running in, it does provide enough support for a spin class or a hike.
On the other hand, I didn't love the Good to Go Seamless Leggings. While the lightweight fabric was a pro during my sweaty workout, I felt the need to tie a sweater around my waist while walking out in public. As Kate mentioned, they feel more like nylon stockings than leggings, so it made me a bit nervous to leave my apartment for fear that they would be see-through.
Hilary Hagerman, Managing Editor
I was originally attracted to the Good To Go set because of the gorgeous colours it comes in — and it definitely didn't disappoint in that department. The Indigo colour I received is a beautiful blue that's not too bright, not too dark — a nice middle ground between the usual black leggings I wear and the look-at-me bright colours that are popular on TikTok and Instagram.
I usually wear a 34C and, based on Knix's sizing guide, I chose a size medium in the Good To Go Seamless Bra. While I've comfortably worn Knix bras before in a medium, one key difference is that other styles I've worn are pullover style, while this one fastens at the back like a traditional bra. While I actually prefer that type of closure, it seemed like this style fit a bit larger than my other Knix bra — I think I definitely could have sized down to a small for a more comfortable fit. That said, despite a bit of loose fabric around the armpits, this style was a comfortable, supportive option that I wore on weekend walks.
The leggings were a bit of a mixed bag for me. I'll start by saying I love the ribbed waistband and the unique feel of the fabric as opposed to your run-of-the-mill leggings. However, similar to Elizabeth, I did find these are unfortunately maybe not made for my dog-owning lifestyle. I loved the fit of them, and found them very flattering, but after just a couple of wears I had already seen some pulls from my dog's claws.