The style’s made from the brand’s Everlux fabric, making it an ideal pick for high-intensity training, hot yoga or a recording session.

Even Taylor Swift loves lululemon.

The Grammy winner dressed down for a visit to Electric Lady Studios in NYC Thursday, pairing her Ivy Park sneakers and Kobe Bryant-themed necklace with the beloved activewear brand‘s bestselling Wunder Train High-Rise Tight ($98) in classic black.

Available in sizes 0 through 20 in a range of colors and four different length options, the medium-support style is made from lululemon’s fastest-drying Everlux fabric, making it an ideal pick for high-intensity training, hot yoga — or even a recording session, as Swift proves.

The Wunder Train Tight also features a hidden pocket and stay-fast drawcord for an adjustable fit, along with four-way stretch for ease of movement.

The style’s a hit with lululemon shoppers as well as pop stars; on the brand’s website, the 25-inch version’s racked up well over 4,000 five-star reviews.

Fans have praised the popular workout tights as “so soft and comfortable,” “flattering with just the right amount of compression” and “perfection in a pant.”

We were similarly impressed upon testing these very leggings a few years back.

“The sweat-wicking quality is the all-star here,” The Post’s Sophie Cannon wrote at the time of the “10-out-of-10” Wunder Train collection.

Swift’s not the only star sweating it out these particular leggings; Olivia Wilde, Lucy Hale, Jennie Kim and Rita Ora also own pairs.

The brand’s Wunder Train High-Rise Shorts ($64), meanwhile, have been spotted on the likes of Selena Gomez, Hailey Bieber and Kaia Gerber.

As Swift gears up for the next leg of her international Eras Tour, perhaps we’ll see more stylish gym getups from the star in the days to come; after all, if you have to sing for three hours straight on a treadmill, you might as well look cute while doing so.