I'm So Glad...I Got My HBCU Leggings

I'm So Glad...I Got My HBCU Leggings

I thought when people started wearing leggings everywhere it was just another fad. Well, they’re clearly here to stay. But who can blame us? Leggings are great. They’re comfortable, convenient and when you do it right, super cute. Here’s why leggings aren’t going anywhere and how HBCU Leggings can hook you up: 


Comfort: I don’t know about you but when I get home after a long day, the first thing I want to do is get comfortable. I trade the work pants for a pair of HBCU Love leggings and all is well. Now if only they could do the dishes for me…


Great to travel in: I’m a night owl but I’ll wake up at 4am to catch a flight if the destination is right. I love packing for trips. Planning outfits and visualizing when I’ll wear what is so much fun. But waking up early on travel day, the last thing I want to worry about is what I’m going to wear to the airport. That’s when I lay out my airport uniform: My Howard Bison Leggings and HBCU hoodie. Now hear me out – this look is low effort but delivers big results. Not only is it easy and comfortable and super cute but repping my HBCU has helped me connect my fellow HBCU alums in airports across the country. 


Versatile and Affordable: Need to run errands? Wear some leggings. Tidying up around the house? Put on your HBCU leggings. Plotting to take over the world? You probably want to be as comfortable as possible so yeah, put on your black college leggings and get to work! What can’t you do in a pair of super stretchy, breathable and cute athleisure tights? Leggings are the best way to seamlessly transition through your day without breaking the bank.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bibi Mama is a first generation Beninese-American actress born and raised in Mansfield, CT. Growing up she watched her father, an English professor and author, continue the Yoruba oral tradition through storytelling, which inspired her. She earned her B.F.A. from Howard University and recently finished her MFA at the Old Globe/University of San Diego MFA Graduate Acting Program.

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