Pros: * fast shipping. It arrived 6 days after I ordered it. * $44 with tax * the material is wicking like Nike dri fit. So if you are sweating it will not feel icky. * 1 pocket on each side that is big enough to hold an iPhone * Compression throughout legs and belly area, leggings stay in place and are comfortable. No uncomfortable thin elastic band on the belly. Cons: * The customer pays for the shipping fee on returns. Some companies do not charge the customer for the return label shipping fee. My stats: I am 5’3” 150 lbs at 22 weeks and wear the size Medium. My heaviest weight last pregnancy was 180 lbs. I might try the large size when I’m farther along in my pregnancy to see if it gives me more room. Overall these are the best maternity leggings that I have discovered. They are the cheapest high quality maternity leggings with 2 pockets and wicking material. Stop looking for maternity leggings, Senita is the only brand you need!
I kept them and I do wear them but they are not my favourite. Even though I ordered full length ones, they are short and look more like Capri. I am not a big fan of material - everything shows and it's not the most pleasant to touch, they also tend to slip a bit and I need to pull. On the positive side I like the pocket and I like the colour. Overall quality seems to be decent too.
I ordered a size up based on the reviews, not thinking there would be a sizing issue in my legs at all. I normally wear small leggings at Express, Target, Victoria Secret. I ordered Medium Senita and Lord, they are tight throughout especially on my bump! There's hardly spandex where there there needs to be, mainly thighs, hips, and bump. Order 2 sizes up in my experience as I bought another pair of leggings and same issue.
Love the color, fabric, and pockets on these leggings. Practically living in them these days when working from home. I wish they were slightly more flattering when folding under belly but still my favorite
My pre-pregnancy Senita bottoms generally were larges. I bought these Lux Maternity Pants in both L and XL to try and at the time kept the XL. However, when I started moving around and workout out in them, I realized they were too big. They slide down quite a bit, so I would recommend staying true to your size in these. I was also worried early in on about how my body would change in pregnancy (this is my first pregnancy) so I opted to size up to be safe, but now I wish I hadn't.