Women’s Leggings

Leggings are tight-fitting pants that cover the legs and hips. They’re primarily worn as activewear, though they’ve become popular for everyday wear as well. They can be made of cotton, wool, an elastic polyester or lycra. Leggings are often worn over a tank or tee for warmth and added stretchiness. Leggings are often paired with sneakers or boots. They’re also easy to dress up with heels for a night out or casually with a pair of flats or sandals during the summer.

There are many different styles of leggings, and they come in a wide range of colors and fabrics. Some are more suitable for working out than others, so it’s important to find a pair that’s right for you.

Some leggings extend to the ankles, while others end just below the knee (also called thigh high leggings). They can be made of cotton, wool or a blend of both. Leggings have been worn for centuries. The separate hose worn by men in Europe from the 13th to 16th centuries were a form of leggings, as was the buck skin leather that the mountain men in James Fenimore Cooper’s Leatherstocking Tales wore.

Women’s leggings are typically made of spandex or nylon, although you can also get them in cotton and wool. They’re usually sold in pairs and are usually laundered in the same way as pants or other tights. women’s bamboo leggings