Three words: Harry Potter leggings.

By Julia Malacoff
Updated: July 12, 2017

Harry Potter fans are a seriously creative bunch. From Hogwarts-inspired smoothie bowls to Harry Potter–themed yoga classes, it seems like there isn't much of anything that they can't put an HP twist on. But one area that's been seriously lacking? Clothing inspired by the wizarding world, of course.

Leave it to BlackMilk Clothing, an Australian brand known for their loudly printed pieces and killer capsule collections, to come up with garments that both die-hard and casual fans of the Harry Potter franchise will love. (BTW, they ship worldwide, so don't worry about missing out just because you don't live in Australia.)

First up, leggings ($65; for *every* Hogwarts house. Whether you're Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff (admit it, you've taken every online quiz to find out where you belong), they've got a pair for you. While they might not necessarily be made for working out, they sure are cute and will pair well with other athleisure items in your closet.

Then there's this crop top ($46, that could probably double as a workout top. It features a stunning illustration of a Thestral, aka the winged horses that pull the carriages taking students into Hogwarts after they arrive on the train (in case you're a little rusty on your wizarding trivia).

And if you ever wanted an invisibility cloak like Harry's, you're in luck, although this one comes in the form of a fun, swingy tunic top ($83; and luckily doesn't actually make you invisible, because you're going to want to show this look off.

In addition to these standouts, there are also plenty of other dresses, tops, and shorts to choose from. There's even a cute little set of overall shorts. In other words, there's something for every Harry Potter lover here. And while a few pieces are already sold out, not to worry-it looks like they'll be restocking these items in the future. If novelty athleisure is your thing, you'll probably love these Lisa Frank workout clothes too.


Comments (2)

July 30, 2017
Torrid and Hot Topic already carry HP clothing lines, and they're cuter. Just saying.
July 11, 2017
In case you're a little rusty on your wizard of trivia, namely the author of this post, Harry potters patronus is NOT a thestral.