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anyone know where to get some shiny black leggings from...?

(6 Posts)
MistyMountainHop Mon 17-Oct-11 16:20:19

i don't mean the REALLY shiny, pvc / faux leather looking ones, but the normal stretchy ones that are a little bit shiny and kind of slippy material - if that makes sense! grin <sorry for shit description>

i bought some last autumn from miss selfridge and i have worn them to death. they look fab with long jumpers as they kind of stop the jumpers "sticking" to the leggings iyswim. they have been great and lasted so well but they are starting to look a bit past their best now sad i went in to see if they still did them but couldn't find any.

anyone seen any anywhere?

<worries am tragically unhip for wanting last seasons leggings> hmm

IAmOptimusPrime Mon 17-Oct-11 16:35:37

Have you had a look at american apparel?

Havingkittens Mon 17-Oct-11 18:00:27

If you live in London, there's a shop called Calzedonia who do lots of different types of leggings, tights, socks etc. There are leggings of varying shiny-ness. I know they have a branch at Westfield and in the N1 Shopping Centre at Angel. Not sure where else.

Actually, I have some slightly shiny ones with cozy brushed insides from M&S if you want some really warm ones. They may or may not be in yet but hopefully they will be getting some more in for winter.

floramckitchen Mon 17-Oct-11 20:09:34

My DD bought some leggings that sound very much like what you are looking for from Top Shop.

Matte leather look but stretchy too

LolaLadybird Mon 17-Oct-11 22:23:14

M&S jeggings. A friend of mine ordered some recently, they were v nice on but she sent them back as she wanted something matt. But if it's shiny you're after, I would recommend ....

MistyMountainHop Tue 18-Oct-11 14:49:00

oooh thanks all

was beginning to think my search was in vain! grin

the shiny m & s ones sound nice...

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