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3/4 length leggings with a drawstring?

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DaughterDrowningInJunk Fri 15-Apr-16 11:31:20

I am having major problems with my leggings falling down when doing any activity. I bought some lovely under armour ones that were really nice fabric but they fall down too. Can anybody recommend some that are not see through and have a drawstring please? The world does not need to see my bum!

26milesofcbeebies Fri 15-Apr-16 19:07:59

I've just bought some from h and m. They are fairly plain, with a zip pocket and drawstring. They don't seem to be see through! (Unlike the patterned ones I bought, which will be going back 🙁)

DaughterDrowningInJunk Sat 16-Apr-16 10:01:11

Thank you. I had some from h&m many years ago which were very good but they are sadly too small now. They even had a silicone strip round the inside of the leg to stop them riding up. I will check out their website and see if I can get some in my new, slightly larger size.

Any other suggestions anyone?

LadyAshley Thu 28-Apr-16 14:58:21

Bumping as I had come on here to look for advice on the same problem! Sick of jogging along whilst trying to hang on to my leggings....

Cakescakescakes Thu 28-Apr-16 15:01:07

I have Gap ones with an internal elastic drawstring thing. 3/4 and full length ones. Wear them for yoga and running. Quite often 30% discount codes floating about for Gap.

MsMarvel Thu 28-Apr-16 21:01:33

I have a pair that have recently started falling down, i just assumed they were now too big for me?

Could it be the case that you just need to get a smaller size?

hellsbells99 Thu 28-Apr-16 21:08:23

DD's favourite leggings are from primark - they have a drawstring

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Apr-16 21:23:33

Nike. I'll find the name... Usually buy off wiggle as they say if there's a drawstring

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Apr-16 21:26:14

Nike relay capris they are
Link here to show what they look like

ProfessorPickles Thu 28-Apr-16 21:26:16

I wear Nike cropped running leggings and they don't budge, plus I can pull them up over my large stomach (habit left over from pregnancy) and they don't give me camel toe grin

BikeRunSki Thu 28-Apr-16 21:38:49

Howies pricey,,but still in great condition 3 years later.

MaybeLater4 Thu 28-Apr-16 21:40:07

I have some from Sports Direct although it was a couple of years ago now

Greenteandchives Thu 28-Apr-16 21:42:52

Another vote for Nike. I buy mine at outlets. Drawstring, zip pocket, non see through and a proper gusset. This is very important. grin

LadyAshley Fri 29-Apr-16 18:15:23

Oh, great, will look for some of those Nike ones, I think. Like the lack of camel toe too: I have lost weight but feel, so much better if I can pull them up and secure my belly grin

RunnerOnTheRun Fri 29-Apr-16 20:03:03

Definitely Nike! From Sports Direct. I have their long and cropped ones and all going strong after 4 years! Love them. They have a little zip pocket at the back too, perfect for a door key or mini iPod.

HunterHearstHelmsley Fri 29-Apr-16 20:04:36

I'm wearing some right now! Nike. They were pricey but they're lasting well. I've had them a couple of years.. You just have to be careful to remember the tie the drawstring when you wash them.

FrancesHaHa Fri 29-Apr-16 20:06:40

H&M are good.

I've got some Nike ones but the drawstring doesn't do up properly, so you can't pull the string tight enough.

museumum Fri 29-Apr-16 20:08:34

Any designed for running will have drawstrings. I like Ron hills from
Last almost forever. Wash so well. You won't believe the a use mine get.

lljkk Sat 30-Apr-16 18:07:17

I found pairs in charity shops today...

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