Every time Everlane announces a new addition to its already fabulous lineup, we feel a little bit like kids on Christmas morning. The brand's latest drop is no exception. On Sunday, January 9, Everlane welcomed a new member to its Perform Family: The Perform 24/7 legging.

In an Instagram post about the launch, the brand wrote, "Whatever work looks like for you these days, our new Perform 24/7 is the perfect smart/casual option if you don't want to wear jeans or tailored pants." The Perform 24/7 leggings are basically an upgraded version of its original Perform legging that buyers know and love. Everlane describes the new and improved version as "a super-soft, medium impact legging that looks damn good with anything." Sounds heavenly, no? Best of all, the leggings are currently in stock and retailing for $68 at Everlane.

The leggings come in six colorways (black, mocha, dark mint, orchid, indigo and burnt sugar), two lengths (ankle and regular) and are available in sizes XXS to 3XL. There's also a stirrup version that we're already picturing with loafers, a turtleneck and an oversize blazer.

Customers are already raving about them in the review section, with one legging lover saying, "I own A LOT of leggings from many different brands and these leggings are up there with some of my favorite. They fit like a glove, hug my curves perfectly and have just the right amount of compression." Another reviewer also mentioned that she loved wearing them working out just as much as running errands.

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The brand even says they're a suitable alternative to tailored pants, making them WFH- and office-approved and a must-have in our book.

Of course, we're already making room for a few pairs in our closets as we speak, and we suggest you do the same before your size sells out.

Buy It ($68)

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