- Blend of jeans and leggings. (Wiktionary)
“And feel free to Tweet your thoughts on jeggings to @HuffPostStyle with the hashtag #jeggings.”
“Since I was an awkward teenager who was built like a twig with hips and growing out a perm from the part of the '90s that wouldn't let the' 80s die, you can imagine how excellent things like stretch jeans -- now called "jeggings" -- looked on my gawky, unevenly developing frame.”
“For those who are yet to happen upon the hideousness that are leggings made to look like denim - also known as "jeggings" - you have been warned.”
“Fashions had grown skinnier and closer to the body in recent seasons, culminating in so-called jeggings — denim leggings.”
“New York magazine calls jeggings a "don't," but retailers and countless fashion watchers are disagreeing.”
“They also hope exclusive products such as Madonna's Material Girl line at Macy's Inc. and trends such as skinny jeans, so-called jeggings and iPads, will spur demand.”
“But even more perplexing than the reasons why thin women choose to don the jeggings is the reason why curvy women choose to follow them.”
“For those who love the sleek look of a skinny jean but can't stand the leg-sucking compression, impossibly small openings at the ankles or rigid denim digging into skin, the skinny jean/legging hybrid known as jeggings could be a worthy alternative -- or just one more reason to feel like their thighs will never be toned enough.”
“Skintight leggings and their denim hybrid, known as jeggings, were key for the looks of Russell Brand, Pete Doherty and Agyness Deyn.”
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