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    I wear my blackmilk leggings with short tops (that don't cover my bum).
    I am comfortable walking around like it and don't really care what others think.

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    I'm wearing my black matte blackmilk leggings out to lunch today so have an awkward selfie.
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    I wear BM leggings pretty much every other day and pair them with a couple of BM tops (The drape hoodie, the sweater dress and one big top) otherwise chunky knits or long line cardigans.

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    Subbing - I've never known how to wear leggings "properly" so I don't wear them out of the house. Man they are comfy though. I've always struggled with the shoes side of it though (winter shows - I guess thongs/sandals are ok for summer). What looks best?

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    Dresses & tunics mostly. At home with long tops and if I have to pop up to the shops I put on a long black vest.

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    Default A question for leggings wearers (as pants)

    Usually under short dresses or long tops, must be long enough to completely cover my bum/crotch area no camel toes please , I have a long cardigan that goes down to my knees if I'm wearing leggings, I sometimes wear them under a denim skirt. At home however I can wear them as an alternative to pants/trackies for a lazy day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlygirl View Post
    Subbing - I've never known how to wear leggings "properly" so I don't wear them out of the house. Man they are comfy though. I've always struggled with the shoes side of it though (winter shows - I guess thongs/sandals are ok for summer). What looks best?
    Team them up with some ankle length boots...whatever kind take your fancy. Or ballet flats when it's not freezing cold.
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    Because it's winter and bloody freezing I wear leggings under my jeans for extra warmth! Haha

    I'll wear really thick tights as pants, is that wrong? Not the see through type at all though.

    Normally really baggy tops, but I usually will put on a pair of black bike pants or shorts over the top as we'll

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    Tights as pants today for work with pointy flats. Such a rebel - I've got my bum out!!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1437027884.908191.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1437027894.393726.jpg

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    I mostly wear them with a longer top or short dress, i do wear them with an oversized jumper at home & will do the school run in that combo without caring.
    I wear them with boots, cons or ballet flats in winter.
    I really dont care what others think to be honest, if my fashion choices annoy people its their problem not mine.
    And yes tights are a type of pants - if you dont choose to wear them as pants thats your choice but technically they are sold as pants (as opposed to stockings which are in the underwear & socks category)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat74 View Post
    Long tops, jumpers, cardis - must be long enough to cover the crotch! I'll often wear them with a top, scarf and then a waterfall cardi that comes to mid-thigh. Ankle-high boots that are kind of soft/slouchy work really well.
    This is pretty much exactly how I wear them, except I wear longer soft/baggy style boots.

    When DS was a newborn I lived in black leggings, a black bonds breastfeeding singlet and long flowing cardigans. In fact, I wear this combo all the time now when I'm just running around after the kids, I just don't fill in the BFing singlet like I used to lol!! They're super comfy and I think it looks fine.

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