Short top in soft fabric with a square neckline and draped bodice. Long sleeves with narrow elastic at shoulders and cuffs. Lined bodice.

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These compression fabric sports leggings are a must for medium to high-intensity workouts. They're soft, comfy, and chic—ideal for anyone who enjoys an active lifestyle.

• Fabric composition in Mexico: 75% polyester, 25% lycra (upper part of the leggings) and 75% polyester, 25% spandex (bottom part of the leggings)
• Fabric composition in Europe: 57% polyamide, 43% spandex (upper part of the leggings) and 78% polyester, 22% spandex (bottom part of the leggings)
• Upper part fabric weight: 5.45 oz/yd² (185 g/m²)
• Bottom part fabric weight: 8.25 oz/yd² (280 g/m²)
• Compression fabric
• Non-see-through and squat-proof
• Sewn-in gusset
• ⅞ length
• High-waisted
• Slimming effect and a butt-lifting cut
• Double-layered belt
• Size up if you’re between sizes as compression fabric can be tight on the body
• Pocket in the back part of the belt suitable for top phone models, eg. iPhone 12
• Blank product components sourced from Italy and Spain

Size guide

  XXS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Waist (inches) 23 ⅝ 25 ¼ 26 ¾ 28 ⅜ 31 ½ 34 ⅝ 37 ¾ 41
Hips (inches) 33 ⅞ 35 ⅜ 37 38 ⅝ 41 ¾ 44 ⅞ 48 51 ⅛

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Size Guide

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

Size Guide

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.