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DH has just asked me if my leggings are *supposed* to be see through...

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Teabellie Sun 30-Mar-14 16:42:02

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itiswhatitiswhatitis Sun 30-Mar-14 16:44:03

I got some good ones from miss Selfridge. Tbh I think if you spend anything les than £15-£20 on a pair you are going to end up with see through ones.

PourquoiTuGachesTaVie Sun 30-Mar-14 16:45:39

Leggings should surely only be worn with a skirt or bum covering top unless you are under the age of 6.

heisenberg999 Sun 30-Mar-14 16:46:34

H & M

juneybean Sun 30-Mar-14 16:47:25

matalan!

mrssmith79 Sun 30-Mar-14 16:50:20

Sainsburys! The luxury ones with Modal. Black, grey and navy - about 12 quid a pair. They're amazing and wash well too.

BackforGood Sun 30-Mar-14 16:51:32

What Pourquoi said - regardless of how thick the material is, they are NOT trousers, they are LEGGINGS - to be worn UNDER a long top, so no-one should be able to see if they are see through on the bum or not.

PinkandTwinkly Sun 30-Mar-14 16:52:35

Sainsburys the single not double pack ones. Bloody brilliant.

notapizzaeater Sun 30-Mar-14 16:53:29

I'm wearing sainsburys "posh" ones now - they are fab and wash really well..

Raxacoricofallapatorius Sun 30-Mar-14 16:53:44

Nearly every woman I see in leggings, I can see her underwear. I'd given up and accepted that they're supposed to be that way. Now you're telling me that they're not. Blimey.

DameFanny Sun 30-Mar-14 16:54:03

Also, are you wearing a size too small? That will make them more see-through.

heisenberg999 Sun 30-Mar-14 16:57:11

They arent supposed to be see through and dont listen to the long top brigade.

charitygirl Sun 30-Mar-14 17:04:19

Ugh to leggings and a long tunic. No thanks, frumpos!

heisenberg999 Sun 30-Mar-14 17:05:31

m.asos.com/mt/www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-High-Waist-Shimmer-Disco-Leggings/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=3978139&cid=2640&sh=0&pge=0&pgesize=50&sort=-1&clr=Black

heisenberg999 Sun 30-Mar-14 17:05:51

I like these ones

ImAThrillseekerHoney Sun 30-Mar-14 17:10:25

Cherish your DH - more women should live with people like him. Perhaps we can clone him?

Bunbaker Sun 30-Mar-14 17:13:08

Leggings are no substitute for trousers. Buy jeggings instead.

Catsmamma Sun 30-Mar-14 17:13:33

hah....who else has seen your spotty pants today then OP

and better frumpo than cameltoe, charity girl hmm

Lj8893 Sun 30-Mar-14 17:14:11

I wear new look ones (double pack) and they seem to be ok.

I wear a slightly long top with leggings, long enough to cover my camel toe, but I wear them as trousers.

Optimist1 Sun 30-Mar-14 17:15:46

Top marks to your DH! There's many a man that would have thought it but said nothing and left you to display your spotty pants to all and sundry!

charitygirl Sun 30-Mar-14 17:16:09

I don't get cameltoe in leggings. Too tight trousers maybe

heisenberg999 Sun 30-Mar-14 17:17:45

It all depends how big you are slim people can wear leggings with everything . People that get camel toe, mishapen thighs and look strange in leggings it is usually as they are a bit too chunky for them. I dont think tunics help with leggings as you can still see big lower legs, if your larger its really best to avoid and go for another style.

DurhamDurham Sun 30-Mar-14 17:18:01

Another vote for H&M leggings. However I also agree that unless you are a v slim 16 year old girl leggings should only be worn with long tops or dresses so no danger of seeing your underwear at all smile

JoStrom Sun 30-Mar-14 17:45:31

Sainsbury's ones are fab- cheap 2 pack if onl with long top but even then they are pretty much opaque - unlike eg primani - eeek - but the luxury Sainsbury are totally opaque and lovely quality

VivaLeBeaver Sun 30-Mar-14 17:47:04

Next sell some great ones for £18.

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