“ Brand: Joe Browns / Type: Leggings „
I own lots and lots of pairs of leggings and wear them most days. I tend to go up and down in weight very often and I find them very versatile and comfy to wear for the most part. Recently I bought a few new pairs of leggings and usually I go for very dark coloured and plain leggings but when I looked through my online catalogue Freemans.co.uk I came across these and decided to order them and try them on and see what I thought of them and obviously I kept them! I own rather alot of Joe Browns clothing as I like alot of there stuff, find them a great price and of wonderful quality so its a win win win with me! Now these ones did cost me more than I would usually pay out for a single pair of leggings to be honest with you and cost me £30.00 and the only reason I decided to shell out that kind of beans on a pair of leggings is because I had never seen a design like these before (or since thinking about it!) and had them ear marked as going out leggings! These come in Small (8-10), Medium (12-14) and Large (16-18) and have a length of 29 inches and they are made from 100% Polyester and of course they are suitable for washing (I wash mine at 40c), tumble drier and ironing safe. Pattern and colour wise well these are mainly black with the pattern in white, blue, burgundies and reds running over all over them so they are fully patterned.The design is rather like in bands, Paisley, then dots, then a floral pattern all the way down them. The detail on these is lovely and of course these can be dressed up or down depending on how you want to wear them. The waistband is slightly elasticated, they have a skin tight feel, are slightly warm when on and in general very easy to care for so thumbs up from me on every score really! I never have to iron mine because as soon as I pull mine on any creases simply fall out with ease. I love my leggings and although I think that they are initially rather pricey to buy I can see why they are as they really are unusual and of exceptional quality! Google if interested, I bought mine from Freemans catalogue as I mentioned earlier.