I love running gear, that is no secret. So when I was offered the chance to sample a pair of running tights from Ginger Orange, of course I agreed.
They are a start up company, based in London, that specialise in women’s active wear. Taken from their website:
At Ginger Orange we provide immaculate activewear which is manufactured to the highest quality standards, using premium performance fabrics which flatter your figure. We design sportswear for all women who enjoy the active life and engage in various workouts ranging from yoga, pilates to spinning, running and everything in between. Our carefully selected fabrics provide excellent moisture management, shape retention and anti-pilling qualities that increase the durability and comfort of the clothing.
Their leggings include plain ones, and some very funky patterns (that look like tattoos- Laura and Tamzin the sailor ones reminded me of you girls!). Check out here for the designs.
I chose some plain purple ones, as I thought I would wear them more often. They have a lovely thick waistband which is really comfy (and the orange pattern is a lovely change to most plain ones). I have not worn them running yet, as it is too warm for long tights, but I have worn them for squats, calf raises and other bits like that at home and they have been lovely and comfortable. The fabric is nice and soft. I chose the medium size, and I think the guide is pretty accurate (the size guide says 10-12). It is a shame that at the moment they only go up to a large, which is size 14 according to their chart. But perhaps once they have been going for a bit longer they might expand the size range. They were nice and long- way too long for me, but the fabric was easy to pull up so that they didn’t cover my feet.
I tried to show in the photo that I could have them at their full length, or shorter to suit me when I run.
As with all workout leggings, I would always favour a zipped pocket that could fit my front door key in, but I do carry a little waist pack for my phone, so I would still wear them outside.
They have created a discount code: runningcupcake10off if you fancy ordering a pair for yourself.
* I was sent the tights in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.
7 thoughts on “Ginger orange tights”
I love that more places are doing brightly coloured running trousers. I don’t like wearing plain black ones.
Me too, I much prefer colourful ones.
There is such a great range of capris and leggings out there at the moment that are just fantastic in terms of patterns, design and colours – like this brand. No longer are we just limited to black anymore. Though this does limit the amount of times you can wear them as not every top “goes” with them (clashing colours etc.). But I do love that you can jazz up work out gear so much easier these days.
These look great but I imagine, like you, they might be a bit long on me. Sadly I’m not blessed with long legs (or even medium length legs!).
Yes, I still keeping looking at patterned ones but have not been brave enough yet!
I don’t mind the not matching- mostly I don’t match, so I get very excited when I do!
Love the colour if these! Always appreciate a wide waistband too 🙂
I love bright running tights/trousers, a sure way to brighten up those grey pavements. These look fab, especially love the pretty waistband.
Yes they are quire eye catching I think.