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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    When it comes to leggings, I believe you need to go quality. So as others have said, portmans, myer brand etc. I've found the target/kmart ones are a bit see thru. You don't notice when you are standing up but when you bend over... well lets just say target ones show your knickers lol

    I wear proper sports tights to the gym but lots of women wear just leggings from target etc and oh lordy some are so bad I can see the flowers on them
    Ok..I lie, I do have leggings but they are 3/4 sports ones, not something I'd wear under a nice top or dress.

    I'll definitely be going quality re-doing my wardrobe so want things that will last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    You don't notice when you are standing up but when you bend over... well lets just say target ones show your knickers lol
    ... that you're not actually wearing any.

    Saw this when a teenage boy decided to piggy-back a teenage girl in leggings in front of my car the other night (I'd just started it up, so my headlights were on them). Not good...

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    I know many hate the leggings/jeggings thing lol but if they are not see thru they can look really nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    ... that you're not actually wearing any.

    Saw this when a teenage boy decided to piggy-back a teenage girl in leggings in front of my car the other night (I'd just started it up, so my headlights were on them). Not good...
    *shudders*

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I know many hate the leggings/jeggings thing lol but if they are not see thru they can look really nice
    Yep *stretches and bends*

    I just love how comfy they are. I don't wear them out for fear of the anti-leggings-as-pants crowd lol.

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    I LOVE leggings! I wear them 24/7. Bardot, Portmans, Target (the thicker ones) Jay Jays has some awesome ones with pleather on the sides and knees (if you're into that.) Dotti, Sportsgirl, Glasson.

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    I have some really thick pant-like leggings from sportgirl. They always have ones that you can wear as pants


    Baby wearing, co-sleeping, booby feeding mummy to one

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    I pretty much live in my leggings, I have some from kmart and big w have not found a problem with them. And leggings are so comfy I don't care what anyone thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Yep *stretches and bends*

    I just love how comfy they are. I don't wear them out for fear of the anti-leggings-as-pants crowd lol.
    So many as so overly passionate about leggings-aren't-pants aren't they? lol I have seen many an argument on here about leggings

    and yes, sportgirl have nice thick ones that are still cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    So many as so overly passionate about leggings-aren't-pants aren't they? lol I have seen many an argument on here about leggings
    I'm sure some rolled their eyes and thought 'uh oh, here we go again' lol.


 

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