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If you’ve been living in activewear all summer, I’m right there with you. But as fall creeps closer, I’ve been wondering how I’m going to transition my wardrobe after months of living in shorts and t-shirts. Luckily, Lululemon has us covered. I’ve long been a fan of the brand’s leggings and running shorts, but I had never tried any of Lululemon’s pants or joggers. And after testing out the Keep Moving Pant in the 7/8 High Rise cut, I’m convinced that I’ll be living in them all fall and winter long.

The pants feature a high-waisted fit with an elastic waistband and drawcord ties, as well as a slightly cropped hem. They’re made from Lululemon’s Full-on Luxtreme fabric, which means that the pants are stretchy, silky-smooth, breathable, and sweat-wicking. You’ll find two side slip pockets, as well as a hidden zippered pocket that’s perfect for securely storing cards, keys, and other small essentials. That extra hidden pocket is key for me, as someone who loves running out to my neighborhood coffee shop but doesn’t want to be bothered with hauling a bag for such a small errand. And while I love the sleek look of the pants in black, they’re also available in seven other colors, so you can be sure to find a pair that will fit in your wardrobe.

And shoppers agree that these pants are a comfortable, versatile wardrobe staple, especially for fall. “These are by far the most comfortable non-legging pant [Lululemon] makes. From the stretchy cool material to the super soft waistband, theses are so nice and versatile,” one reviewer wrote.

Another reviewer commented on how these pants have been a favorite, specifically during quarantine. “What’s perfect about them is I can lounge around the house with these and a loose tee, or throw on heels and a cute tank for a socially-distant outing. They’re wonderfully comfortable and versatile, and have gotten PLENTY of use already AND compliments.”

Madeline Diamond is an e-commerce editor at Travel + Leisure, and she’s constantly fighting the impulse to overpack for her next trip. You can follow her on Twitter @madgdiamond.