Can petite women wear leggings? Of course! It's easy to look great--and feel great--in them, especially when they're cut just for you. All it takes is a few styling tricks, and you'll find yourself right on trend and feeling comfy throughout the day.
Step one: find the right fit. Too loose and you're creating volume where you don't need it. Too tight and you might feel like you're showing more than you bargained for. Luckily, these leggings are just right. They follow the line of your body and taper at the leg opening--ideal for wearing with boots or sandals. And thanks to their cotton-spandex blend, you get all-day breathability with just the right amount of move-with-you stretch.
Step two: top it off. Designers everywhere will tell you that leggings aren't pants. So steer clear of wearing them with tight tees. The simplest option is to layer the leggings under a long tunic or sweater. Add a belt and heels and you're ready to head out in style. In warmer weather, grab an above-the-knee dress or printed skirt and blouse, and finish your look with flats. You'll feel covered in all the right places and still look as fashionable as ever.
Step three: don't forget the details. Three-stud detail along the side seam adds visual interest without being overwhelming. And a full elastic waistband provides maximum comfort. They're the perfect combination of fashion-forward styling and all-day ease. Add them to your wardrobe rotation for a simple, chic way to update your look. From Susan Graver.
- Full elastic waistband, three goldtone metal studs along side seam at leg opening, tapers from thigh to leg opening
- PXXS(00-0), PXXS(00-0), PXS(2-4), PS(6-8), PM(10-12), PL(14-16), PXL(18-20), P1X(18W-20W), P2X(22W-24W), P3X(26W-28W)
- Fitted; slightly below waist; narrow leg; inseam measurements XXS thru 3X 26-1/2"L
- 95% cotton/5% spandex
- Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in Philippines
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