These high-waisted leggings are a No. 1 best seller on Amazon with more than 66,000 ratings

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Saying goodbye to summer is sad, but sliding into soft, stretchy leggings will definitely make you feel better. On a chilly day, there’s really nothing nicer than curling up on the couch in your comfy clothes.

Given that we’ve all spent lots of time at home in loungewear over the last year, you might already have a healthy collection of leggings. But if you don’t (or if you need new ones), check out the SATINA High Waisted Leggings on Amazon. They’re a No. 1 best seller with more than 66,000 ratings and 4.3 out of 5 stars.

SATINA High Waisted Leggings for Women, $9.99-$15.99

Credit: Amazon

With stats like those, it goes without saying that Amazon shoppers love these leggings. They rave about how they are “super soft” and comfortable. Some customers even called them “buttery soft,” and umm, yes please.

Obviously, black leggings are classic and you can never go wrong that color. But it’s worth noting that these Satina High Waist Leggings are available in tons of colors. They’re also sold in both standard sizing and plus sizes. There are even a few options with pockets, people!

One last note: check out the price. Even the most expensive versions of these Satina High Waist Leggings are less than $16, so stock up for the season.

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