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Ink Lounge and Tattoo Bar want to see your yoga pants in the club

Yoga pants are comfortable enough to wear on morning errands or around the house, but would you be comfortable wearing them to a club on Saturday night?

(via Tattoo on Facebook) (via Tattoo Bar on Facebook)

That's the theme of this weekend at Tattoo Bar. The Yoga Pants Party invites all women 18 and older to wear their favorite figure-hugging workout apparel to the lounge to enjoy a free open bar from 10 to 11 p.m., and to be leered at while dancing to '80s and '90s music on the main level, and house music in the basement Ink Lounge.

The Facebook invitation manages to be exactly as skeevy as you'd expect, with images of faceless women provocatively leaning over furniture while wearing yoga pants, and the announcement of a $500 cash prize in the "Hottest Yoga Pant Competition," which doesn't even try to be a euphemism. "Been working out? Looking good in Yoga Pants? Come show it off." (Just be careful you're not wearing those recalled-for-being-see-through Lululemon pants.)

Members of either sex can pay $25 for the all-you-can-drink open bar, though men must be 21 or older to enter. And we can't find anything that discourages guys from wearing those skimpy little bikram yoga shorts if they so choose.

Fritz Hahn has covered bars, drinks and nightlife for the Washington Post Weekend Section since 2003, but he also writes about everything from Civil War battlefields to sailing classes. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram.



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