Leggings

(13 Posts)
SheStoodInTheStorm Fri 02-Sep-16 18:59:47

I'm sure there may be another thread on their somewhere, but I can't search on the app.

Where do you rate leggings from? Like them to come up quite high to tuck in the mum Tum and need them to not go see-through! I am on the larger side of that Makes a difference (size 16)

I don't mind Primark ones and found TU from Sainsburys to wear quickly holes in the crotch. Haven't tried anywhere else!

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DoesAnyoneReadTheseThings Fri 02-Sep-16 19:05:51

Evans! I don't buy anything else there but their leggings are fantastic!

SheStoodInTheStorm Sat 03-Sep-16 09:09:38

Would never have thought of there! Will have a look, thanks.

Hagothehills Sat 03-Sep-16 09:14:41

Tesco leggings of all places. They don't go see through don't go baggy don't wear through or fade. I've had mine 3 years and they look new still smile I'm a 12/14 so not exactly skinny (I'm very very short)

lightcola Sat 03-Sep-16 09:16:55

Definitely Evans. I'm tall so found tesco too short. H&M are nice and thick too.

cupofrooibos Sat 03-Sep-16 10:39:57

High waisted m&s leggings are fab - lovely thick material and solid waistband.

KitNCaboodle Sat 03-Sep-16 12:58:57

I only wear 'hold me in' leggings now. Best by far I picked up in Costco a few years ago. By Maidenform I think. Pricey but worth it.

SheStoodInTheStorm Sat 03-Sep-16 17:09:30

Sounds like what I need grin

Hagothehills Sat 03-Sep-16 18:31:04

Ah lightcola I'm tiny so the tesco 'ankle grazers' are the only ones that don't go right past the end of my feet grin

KARMAisaBtch Sat 03-Sep-16 19:56:31

I like denim leggings smile

Have a look at this?

BendydickCuminsnatch Sat 03-Sep-16 19:57:34

I just wear 2 pairs together, primark or Sainsburys! Will try the Evans ones though!

Mumelie Sun 04-Sep-16 08:26:39

I just bought some from Fat Face and they are lovely and high on the waist. Size down too which is always nice!

user1471888857 Sun 04-Sep-16 08:50:40

Dorothy Perkins leggings are good

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