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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    I have nothing against people being comfortable in their own bodies, but leggings are not pants, even if you wear them as such.
    In your opinion...

    My opinion is that there is no difference between good quality leggings and skinny jeans...and I live in both. The only other type of pants I own are gym tights...and I don't even own a long top...oh noes, quick someone call the fashion police, I'm breaking fashion rules all over the place (and yet every time I wear my black milk leggings I get compliments...so clearly my butt isn't too offensive )

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenie View Post
    @misskittyfantastico ... Seeking expert opinion! I've been sussing out blackmilk leggings for ages, haven't been game to buy. Now I am totally inspired! But...my thighs are my biggest part. I had a look at the size chart. I'm between an XS and S for waist, but L in thigh 😑. You see my predicament. What size do you think? I can't stand patterns stretching out of shape over my thighs and accentuating them, so I don't want the leggings to be too small for my thighs. But the waist measurement for large is 9 inches bigger than my waist!!!!!! Help!!!

    Stupid disproportionate body!
    I would try the small - they are really good about returns but to be on the extra safe side I would contact them (just click on the contact us section under info) and the staff are always really helpful.

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    This thread has given me the confidence to purchase some deathly hallows ones! I have been living in cheap target ones around the house, chucking a skirt over the top when I need the house. I can't wait until they arrive.

    Thanks ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I would try the small - they are really good about returns but to be on the extra safe side I would contact them (just click on the contact us section under info) and the staff are always really helpful.
    Thank you! I will contact them with my measurements and see what they say xx

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    I wear mine with long tops or shirts, I have some fleece leggings I wear at home with jumpers in the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Actually bananas are a herb
    No, actually they are a "droopsack".

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    So sorry, I can't help myself whenever I see/hear someone say this!

    Bananas are not a herb, they are the fruit of a herbaceous tree/plant. Banana leaves are a herb, but the bananas we eat are a fruit.

    Sorry to crash
    Also. this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    In your opinion...

    My opinion is that there is no difference between good quality leggings and skinny jeans...and I live in both. The only other type of pants I own are gym tights...and I don't even own a long top...oh noes, quick someone call the fashion police, I'm breaking fashion rules all over the place (and yet every time I wear my black milk leggings I get compliments...so clearly my butt isn't too offensive )
    Yes, exactly, in my opinion. I wasn't the only one who said similar, yet I was singled out. Maybe because I explained why, to me, they are not pants.

    @smallpotatoes have you got a link for the deathly hallows ones? I actually love leggings

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    I actually love leggings
    You could have fooled me! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    You could have fooled me! :P
    Yupp, but not as pants

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    No, actually they are a "droopsack".



    Also. this.



    Yes, exactly, in my opinion. I wasn't the only one who said similar, yet I was singled out. Maybe because I explained why, to me, they are not pants.

    @smallpotatoes have you got a link for the deathly hallows ones? I actually love leggings
    Yup @DT75

    https://blackmilkclothing.com/collec...llows-leggings

    They also have daily prophet and marauder map ones as well!

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