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Best quality black leggings

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clearbluebastards Tue 17-Nov-20 14:06:48

I would like some simple black leggings but I would like them to be high quality and not see-through!

Any recommendations?

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TokyoSushi Tue 17-Nov-20 14:07:52

I'm looking for some too!

LadyEloise Tue 17-Nov-20 14:14:37

Try LoveLeggings

TheSilentStars Tue 17-Nov-20 14:21:56

M&S Indigo.

Don't touch Boden or Mint Velvet with a bargepole. Primark are better quality

HuaShan Tue 17-Nov-20 14:23:12

Sainsburys are pretty good.

Goawayquickly Tue 17-Nov-20 14:25:36

Agree Sainsbury's the luxury ones.

MrsKingfisher Tue 17-Nov-20 14:26:59

Every year I hear people say how good the Sainsbury's luxury leggings are and every year they're sold out! When am I meant to start hunting for them?

Titsinknicks Tue 17-Nov-20 14:29:29

Lululemon super high rise Align.

The best. Expensive.

I bought them for yoga but pretty much wear them as loungewear/walking/going to the shops/everything. I need more actually as go too long between washes because I never want to take them off!

Hayeahnobut Tue 17-Nov-20 14:37:14

I like the Mint Velvet ones, wearing a pair at the moment! I can get two years of regular wear out of a pair and they're still fully opaque.

Twinkie01 Tue 17-Nov-20 14:49:57

Sweaty Betty and they're 2 for £110 at present. I know it seems a lot but they're indestructible.

Time40 Tue 17-Nov-20 14:53:48

they're 2 for £110 at present

shock shock shock

TartanPyjamas Tue 17-Nov-20 15:00:02

Love leggings for comfort round the house, TLC sport for smoothing and shaping. Both completely opaque.

LizzieMacQueen Tue 17-Nov-20 15:42:48

Someone recommended Thought clothing and I got a pair of leggings. Quite pricey but you can hunt down a new customer discount usually. I'd rate them a 5/5.

notapizzaeater Tue 17-Nov-20 15:47:17

Sainsbury's posh ones, was about £11 a pair last year, wash brilliantly and not see through

Jayinthetub Tue 17-Nov-20 15:50:07

I find Sainsbury's normal 2 pack okay as well smile

fauxflowers Tue 17-Nov-20 15:50:11

I find the Topshop petite ones (I'm 5ft3 so not really petite) the only ones that don't go baggy on the knees or have loads of excess at the bottom.

leolion1 Tue 17-Nov-20 15:54:41

TheSilentStars

M&S Indigo.

Don't touch Boden or Mint Velvet with a bargepole. Primark are better quality


These were the best but haven't been available for years.

Sainsbury's luxury ones are almost as good.

AdventureIsWaiting Tue 17-Nov-20 16:01:17

These are great, from Uniqlo.

TokyoSushi Tue 17-Nov-20 16:53:25

Are these the Sainsburys leggings?

tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk/p/Black-Luxurious-Soft-Touch-Leggings/132465070-Black?searchTerm=womens%20leggings:newArrivals&searchProduct=

JoeCalFuckingZaghe Tue 17-Nov-20 18:05:05

I only every buy primark and have no problems with see through ness. Only wearing away on the thighs because my thunder thighs rub together, but that would happen regardless of brand lol.

Glitterb Tue 17-Nov-20 19:23:07

Lovelegging are good, thick and high waisted (and cheap!)

Cheesypea Tue 17-Nov-20 19:26:05

I bought a pair from m and co a few years ago. They are very thick and still going strong. They were £20.

micaschist Tue 17-Nov-20 19:59:54

I like the Seasalt leggings. They are a good thickness but not very cheap!

notapizzaeater Wed 18-Nov-20 16:53:28

@TokyoSushi yes they are 😀

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