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    I'm living in them at the moment with dresses over the top. Only things i can wear that are comfortable! Lol!

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    I wear them with everything and anything but than again I dint give a flying fig what other people think of how I look. As long as I am comfy and feel good I wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    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.
    Beautiful outfit kitty

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    As an x gym bunny I still live in leggings. Today's outfit was black leggings (my fave) with a blue & white stripped t-shirt mini, fitted washed denim jacket, purplish scalf & brown boots.. it worked

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    yeah same as many others - short dresses or long tops/jumpers

    love my leggings

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    This thread inspired me so I went to myer before picking up DS from cc and grabbed an awesome pair of black esprit leggings. I'm heading out on Saturday night for a proper night out for the first time in over a year, so I treated myself. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    What sort of dress do you wear over the top?

    I have been too scared to wear leggings as I'm not exactly slim anymore

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    I got some nice flowy ones at kmart. As they're not tight they're super comfy too. But i have a big pregnant tummy so that's why I'm loving my maternity leggings with loose dresses.

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    Meh i wear leggings as pants because they are comfy and go with anything

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    I wear leggings round the house, used to wear them out and about in the warmer weather with a long top or tunic but as it's turned to winter I've been wearing jeans mostly.

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