Women love leggings and there are no two ways about it. There is something about the fit, top wear compatibility and of course, comfort factor that the fairer gender cannot seem to resist. But, let’s not forget that leggings too are under the purview of the style police which means that you cannot be seen in broad daylight wearing a pair that may have been given a fond farewell a few decades ago. However, if you feel surging love for these options and cannot seem to grow over it, here are a few simple yet effective style tips to make these leggings work in your favor…
Metallic leggings – Metallic leggings somehow brings the image of the youthful cheer to the mind (which is a good thing, of course). But there is an air of obsolete about the whole thing. Not many are seen working this mid 80s and 90s style in public these days although options are available aplenty. If you wish to wear metallic leggings and not look outdated in it, you can always label it as your best work out pants. Still 80s, but a little more acceptable!
Bold floral Prints– Bold floral print leggings have a very difficult aura to it. You cannot be too skinny on the legs or too thick in the thighs to make them look gorgeous. These leggings demand you to have the right set of legs which often feels a little too demanding. However, it you are bent on making it work, wear your chosen options with white asymmetric long tops and that too, only as casual day wear.
Good old black cotton leggings – Black leggings will never go out of style. But to say that they are foremost in style trends would be a little too ambitious. These options can be absolute lifesavers on days you cannot decide on what to wear. These universally compatible wardrobe essentials however, should never be used as substitutes for regular pants and the rest will fall in place.
Thankfully, fashion trends these days are more accommodative than ever before. This basically means that you can wear what you can carry even if it is about making the obsolete and the blah thrive in your closet. But, at all times if you can put in some creative input, you can end up creating your own trends that others may want to follow.