Fit Review Friday! Werkshop Full Length Dark Sugar

March 2, 2017


For months I've had my eye on Werkshop's Dark Sugar leggings in full length. My size small was always out of stock. So finally, sometime in January before my ban started they restocked and I jumped on it.

For reference I'm 4 feet 11 and typically wear a size 4 in Lululemon bottoms. In Werkshop I prefer the size small.


These also come in crop length, but I prefer the full length for this particular print. The crop length is completely symmetrical on both sides, whereas the full length is slightly different on each side and I like that. Werkshop has complete photos of both from every angle for you to compare the two. 


Werkshop is known to be very compressive so if you prefer your bottoms to fit casually I would go up a size. The downside for me is the full length is so long that the ankles tend to bag out, as you can see in the below picture.


I'm debating on hemming these a few inches so they're not so long on me. I just love this print so much! It brings out the inner goth in me. 😁


I love the purples and the browns with the red accents. These fit exactly like my other Werkshop leggings. They are very consistent with their sizing. I've already worn these to do a full body workout and they're definitely a lot of fun to wear. 


 These may be the last pair of Werkshop leggings I purchase for awhile. I'm still debating on their latest collection- Island Vibes. I'm eyeing Surf and Floral Nights but not sure if I'll pull the trigger. I may sit on it for a bit more.

If you're new to Werkshop you can receive $10 off your first purchase with my referral link.

Hope you all have a great Friday and a wonderful weekend! That's all from me today. I'm definitely going to hit up an Athleta and Lululemon store to check out the goodies this weekend, as I've been refraining from store visits while on my ban. Check back next week for some store try ons!




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