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These viral TikTok 'butt-lifting' leggings are on sale

I finally found a pair of pants that are actually squat proof.
Illustration with two images of Casey DelBasso outside, wearing a pink shirt and the famous black tik-tok leggings
TODAY Illustration / Casey DelBasso

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If you’re addicted to TikTok trends (like me), then you’re already in the know about the viral Seasum Women's Yoga Pants — better known as The Amazon “butt-lifting” leggings. With nearly 46,000 verified five-star ratings, it's no surprise that these trendy pants currently hold top spots in Amazon's bestselling “Women’s Sports Tights and Leggings” and “Women’s Activewear Leggings” categories.

And after trying a pair for myself — they are definitely worth the hype. Comfy, stretchy, flattering and high-waisted fashion all wrapped up in one, these leggings are a must-have for your fall wardrobe.

Seasum High-Waisted Yoga Pants

They accentuate the booty

The Seasum yoga pants’ honeycomb material truly gives your behind a magic boost! The seams are strategically placed to cinch at the booty and “lift” it in all the right areas. The pattern (which reminds me of fishnet stockings) smooths the appearance of your behind — just like that, bye-bye cellulite!

“The honeycomb texture of these leggings completely conceals any dimples or cellulite,” one Amazon reviewer wrote. “I have been blessed with a pretty good butt, but these give it an extra oomph.”

No wardrobe malfunctions here!Casey DelBasso

They pass the squat test

Whenever I order leggings online, there is always a fear that they are going to be cheaply made, or worse, see-through. Turns out, I had nothing to be afraid of this time. These leggings have a shimmer finish, which gives off the illusion of being translucent, but they are definitely opaque. They give me that perfect stretch when doing yoga and Pilates without any wardrobe malfunctions. And yes, they are completely “squat proof.”

The fabric is made up of a thick, textured blend of polyester and spandex that covers all my flaws. It not only provides equal amounts of comfort and stretch but also features moisture-wicking and sweat-absorbing capabilities, which come in handy during a workout.

I finally found a pair of squat-proof leggings that I can wear to my workouts.TODAY Illustration / Courtesy Casey DelBasso

They come in a ton of different colors

The viral leggings are available in more than 50 different colors and length combinations. The most popular shades on TikTok are black, grey and purple, but Seasum offers a few trendy tie-dye options as well. I tried out the ankle-length in black. At 5’6”, I purchased a size large and found the length and overall sizing to fit just right. I also appreciate the high waist because it's super flattering and keeps everything tucked in.

The best thing about these leggings is how versatile they are. I like to style them with an oversized sweatshirt and sneakers to run errands, but also wear them for workouts. Wherever I choose to wear them, I feel confident that my body is looking its best and getting the extra boost it needs.

Although the care tag says to machine wash and dry, I prefer to hand-wash and lay flat to dry. With this routine, I won't risk altering the shape, sizing or feel of my favorite pair of pants.

The Seasum brand has also added a "booty shorts" version of their famous leggings. If they are as flattering as the yoga pants are, and include the same tush-lifting results, be sure to count me in for a pair!

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This article was originally published on April 23, 2021.