By People.com/Christina Butan
Jul 08, 2019 @ 1:30 pm
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If you didn’t already know, Amazon has its own line of wardrobe basics, appropriately (and simply) called Amazon Essentials. It’s filled with everything you could need for everyday wear, working out, sleeping, and even work, from underwear and comfy tees to leggings and slacks. The brand has men and women’s clothing, plus a super cute kids’ section filled with bright colors and patterns.

As a special Prime Day deal (which is only a week away, BTW!), Amazon Essentials and a few more of the retail giant’s in-house brands like activewear line Core 10, are having major sales on tons of closet staples — including one of our favorite must-haves, leggings. To shop the one-day sale, you have to be a Prime Member, so make sure you’re signed in to your account to view the discounted prices. (You can sign up for a free, 30-day Amazon Prime trial here.) 

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Over the last few years, Amazon has seemingly become one of the go-to places to grab good leggings at an affordable price, and with prices so low right now, you definitely won’t want to miss out on these deals. Below, we rounded up some of our favorite picks, but you can check out the entirety of the sale here. Keep in mind that this sale ends tonight, so if you have your eye on something, add it to your cart ASAP!

Buy It! Core 10 Spectrum High Waist Yoga Legging, $27 (orig. $39); amazon.com

Buy It! Core 10 Light Support Spectrum Keyhole Plunge Yoga Sports Bra, $17 (orig. $29); amazon.com

Buy It! Core 10 Icon Series The Warrior Mesh High Waist Yoga Legging, $32 (orig. $57); amazon.com

Buy It! Core 10 Jacquard Mesh Workout Cropped Tank, $13 (orig. $19); amazon.com

Buy It! Starter 3″ Training Bike Short, Amazon Exclusive, $10 (orig. $15); amazon.com

Buy It! Core 10 Icon Series The Ballerina Yoga Legging, $23 (orig. $62); amazon.com

Buy It! Starter Women’s Lace-up Jogger Sweatpants, Amazon Exclusive, $20 (orig. $28); amazon.com

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