Good quality black leggings

Discussion in 'threads and dreads' started by boohoo, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    They're the ones I get. They were 25% off yesterday so that's why they've run out.

    They're ok IMO but used to be ace.
     
  2. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    They were 25% off today too - I may have gone a bit beserk in Sainsbury's today.. otoh I won't need to buy any kids' clothes for the forseeable.
     
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  3. 8115

    8115 sitting down is bad for you

    La Redoute, they have some good basic but good quality black leggings.

    Don't let pogofish see this thread.
     
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  4. kittyP

    kittyP schmeeer

    I've got a gorgeous MnS pair. Really thick and soft with a special waist band so they don't dig in and they stay put.

    I have a very acceptable Next pair.
     
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  5. RubyToogood

    RubyToogood can't remember what goes here

    Not answering the question, but I always find if I buy leggings a size or two smaller than usual they fit much better on the legs. Maybe that's my weird shape, or just that leggings are strangely baggy.
     
  6. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    Yeah, same here. Sometime 4 sizes smaller which makes me happy. :D
     
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  7. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    Do you know which M&S ones you've got? Just looked at their website and there are so many.
     
  8. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    So, I'm a bit of a saddo but when I couldn't sleep the other night I emailed sainsburys about their leggings. :D

    They've asked me for more details about the ones I've bought and given me a 10 quid credit on my nectar card.

    They said they hadn't had any other feedback about the change so I think you should all email too. Mainly because it will make me feel less of a twat. ;)
     
  9. oryx

    oryx Sitting on the bock of the day

    Don't know which ones kitty had but I've got some Autograph ones and some bog standard M & S cable knit ones which have been pretty good.
     
  10. zenie

    zenie >^^<

    I find paying more means things last longer (who'd have thought it :eek: )

    I like the textured ones by Sparkle and Fade from Urban Outfitters they're still going strong and I wear them to death. :D
     
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  11. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    ok.. so I bought a dress from New Look online. Got it almost half price. I do like it and want to keep it. However, it was delivered really smelling of cigarette smoke. Is it worth following up? Last time they cocked up I got a % off voucher that had to be used quite quickly and I wasn't able to use it. Should I just wash it and be glad to have gotten the almost 50% off in the first place?
     
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  12. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    sparklefish - good for you... working on behalf of frustrated legs UK wide.
     
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  13. Glitter

    Glitter Goddess of rock!

    Definitely complain. If they don't do anything you've lost the price of am email....:D
     
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  14. Glitter

    Glitter Goddess of rock!

    I have leggings from Next that MIL bought me. No idea if they're cheap though.

    I get mine from Sainsbury's, Asda or Matalan then I wear them until they fall apart or I get too fat for them.

    For six quid I think that's fair enough tbh.
     
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  15. purenarcotic

    purenarcotic Conveniently Pocket Sized

    I always use to get mine from Accessorize. Not especially cheap but I discovered a pair the other day that still look like they're new and they must be coming up for four or five years old.
     
  16. Ms T

    Ms T Honey-coloured ramparts

  17. trabuquera

    trabuquera Modesty Bag

    Leggings from Forever 21 are rubbish quality, but come in unusual colours and are so cheap you can throw them away.
    imho best quality and cheapaest leggings (for hobbit-sized mutants like me) are from Zara or H&M girls' ranges.
     
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  18. Thimble Queen

    Thimble Queen Sparkly cat whisperer

    Another vote for topshop leggings.
     
  19. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    Bump.

    Any current advice? My recent staple have been H&M but they seem to have gone to shit recently and I consequently look like Nora Batty :mad:
     
  20. Thimble Queen

    Thimble Queen Sparkly cat whisperer

    I like ASOS high waist leggings. The material is soft and they are long lasting. I'm a 14 but get a size 12.
     
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  21. 8115

    8115 sitting down is bad for you

    I got some good ones from Sainsburys not too long ago, had to go up several sizes though. Otherwise maybe try La Redoute, they're on Black Friday special too.

    Pack of 2 Long Leggings leggings
     
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  22. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    Still Sainsbury’s luxury leggings for me although they’re not as good they were and go baggy more quickly.
    I have to go down several sizes though in contrast to 8115.
     
  23. purenarcotic

    purenarcotic Conveniently Pocket Sized

    Peacocks last ages, as do Accessorize.
     
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  24. moose

    moose like some cat from Japan

    I've given up trying to get any that will go round my fat arse and my thin ankles. I buy a few pairs at a time and spend an afternoon whizzing over them with the sewing machine from the knees down, to make them narrow.
     
  25. oryx

    oryx Sitting on the bock of the day

    My favourite pair are from M and Co - similar to these but they are quite old so I can't check the label to compare, as it's faded. They have held their shape and colour and are high-waisted/long-legged.

    Luxe Leggings | Women's Leggings | M&Co
     
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