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When you’re not going to the gym, how do you wear leggings?
What is the best way to wear leggings? What is the correct fitting?
How to spot high-quality leggings among the plethora of options available in a store.
I’ll start with the fit and quality, then move on to how to style leggings as part of a flattering outfit.
How Should Leggings Fit
The first, and most significant, point is how leggings should fit.
You would believe no one cares because it’s elastic and always works, but that’s not the case. Leggings might still be ill-fitting or well-fitting.
It’s not easy to find a nice pair.
First, there are several types of leggings in terms of length.
If you’re wearing ballerinas, a capri length is ideal. It simply comes to a halt below the knee. If you have lengthy legs, this is ideal.
If you are smaller or shorter, ankle length is ideal for extending your legs.
I have a pair of Benetton leggings that are shorter in length. They always appear to be too short since they slide up towards the hem. Or they’re not working since they’re sliding down at the waistband level. It’s just that the length isn’t right for me.
As a result, leggings like these are inappropriate for my body.
When looking for leggings, it’s crucial to consider the length.
The next step in determining whether the leggings are the correct size is to see whether the seams are tugging sideways.
This is most commonly seen at the thigh level. The thread can be seen when the seams are pulling.
You can see the seam become noticeable, and if it pushes any harder, you can see the elastane in the fabric stretching.
If you see that on your leggings, it means they aren’t your true size, and you should size up.
The vertical seam around your bum is the next point to consider.
It should be long enough that you don’t have to hold your leggings up when you sit down. When you sit down, they don’t slide down.
It’s likely that your leggings have been cut if they’re sliding down. The pattern is designed for a body that is slimmer and less curvier than yours.
You should choose a design that accommodates more curves.
It’s also crucial that your leggings aren’t too tight around your stomach for comfort.
Even if you’re incredibly small and trim, you’ll acquire the “muffin-top” effect if you don’t. It’s not a physical issue. It’s all about the leggings’ pattern.
I have leggings that are fantastic because the waistband does not press against my body at all. They have a low waistline.
High-waisted leggings are another example. The waistband is different from the rest of the outfit. The elastic has been widened. It’s because it’s meant to be worn with high-waisted leggings.
Depending on your body shape and whether or not you want or need belly support, choose the height of the waistband.
Let’s talk about quality, which is also vital for leggings.
First, consider the fabric’s thickness. It must be sufficiently thick.
Otherwise, you’ll feel exposed, and everyone will see what you’re wearing underneath.
Sitting down is an excellent test for this. Is it see-through? Can others figure out what kind of underwear you’re wearing below your leggings based on the shape and color of your underwear?
If this is the case, the fabric is most likely too light-weight.
It’s critical that the leggings have some elastane for aesthetic purposes. A good percentage is roughly 5%.
Because if your leggings are made entirely of cotton, they will leave a mark around the knee.
The fabric will stretch and lose its shape over the day, as well as as the leggings are washed.
So a little elastane is actually beneficial.
In terms of fabric composition or fiber content, I think viscose/elastane or cotton/elastane is an excellent mix. It has a nice appearance and is really comfortable. It breathes well. It won’t make you sweat, and the fabric is durable, so that’s a wonderful combination to look for.
Leggings made entirely of synthetic textiles should be avoided. They’re not at all breathable.
Faux leather is the worst of the worst, and I would always avoid it because it is absolutely plastic. The fact that it has a leather-like sheen on the surface indicates that it is fully opaque.
They’ll keep you warm. You’ll be sweaty since your skin won’t be able to breathe.
How to Style Leggings
This is how I would wear mine once I had discovered my dream pair in terms of fitting and quality.
When I wear leggings, the top should fall below the crotch. My hips should be covered.
Unless you’re confident in your own skin and know your leggings are thick enough.
Leggings, on the other hand, do not seem to be a suitable substitute for pants. My panty line is something I’m always conscious about.
I don’t want a panty line to show anywhere, and seamless underwear is a perfect alternative in this scenario.
It solves your problem regardless of how much movement you make in your leggings.
Leggings as tights, along with a tunic or a very short dress, is my go-to wear. I pair it with a pair of simple sandals.
I can pair my leggings with shorts and sneakers for a more athletic look.
That’s the extremely laid-back look. The leggings may even be a little thinner in this situation, but it makes no difference.
I’d pair them with heels and a purse for the office or a night out.
So that’s how I’d wear my leggings.
Whether or not it is acceptable to wear them as a substitute for pants is largely determined by the country and region in which you reside.
It’s fairly widespread in the United States, for example. Leggings are worn everywhere, even the workplace.
In Europe, at least in France and Germany, it is considered too casual, and leggings are not worn as a substitute for pants in the workplace.
What is your country’s situation? How do people wear leggings? Is there anything else on top of that?
Whether it’s suitable or not, I believe it’s a cultural issue.