5 Rules When Wearing Leggings

There are rules when it comes to wearing leggings.
Here are my top five.

 

 

 

 

1. LEGGINGS WITH LONG LAYERS

Of course this had to be number one.
My biggest pet peeve, (as I am sure it is most of those reading this) is leggings with T-shirts. In fact with anything that does not cover the bum.

There is absolutely nothing worse than thinning of leggings, and your bottom being on show – no matter how peachy it is.

2. WITH ANKLE BOOTS

Especially Black ankle boots.
Here Im wearing my favourite this year from River Island, they seem to be sold out now, but a very similar pair are in the sale, click here.
Im combining rule one and two, and it makes for such an easy every day outfit – especially when 38 weeks pregnant.

 

3. LEGGINGS UNDER COATS

For me this is a quick throw on outfit.
The coat is long enough to cover my bottom, and keep my legs that extra bit warmer in colder months.
It makes leggings a comfy alternative from denim jeans as only a little part is on show.
Pair with kitten heels for an 80s vibe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. NO WORN OUT LEGGINGS

The best thing about leggings is they can be so cheap and cheerful.
You can pick up a pair in Primark for such a low cost.
Im wearing the River Island High Waisted Leggings for £10. There personally my favourite because they are the perfect thickness. They are available in different leg lengths, and are high waisted.
From day to day I have been living in them throughout my pregnancy.

5. LEATHER LEGGINGS

Wearing leggings doesn’t have to be boring. Try and mix it up with a leather pair or a vinyl pair.

Shop Leggings;

OUTFIT DETAILS

Fringed Jumper, River Island
Black Leggings, River Island
Chelsea Boots, River Island (sold out, similar here)
Bag, Chanel
Sunglasses, Celine
Coat, Missguided
Scarf, Asos

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