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Black Jersey & Mesh Panelled Leggings - size Large - LAST PAIR

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These leggings are part of my collection of panelled leggings, all made from a combo of two or more fabrics.

This particular pair is a classic combo that is a nice upgrade from the basic black leggings you probably already have in your closet. The main body of the leggings is bamboo/spandex viscose jersey, and the sheer panels are poly/spandex mesh. These tights should be hand washed in warm water to prevent snagging in the mesh, then hung or laid flat to dry.

All the seams are overlocked for durability, the leg openings are finished with a stretch coverstitch, and the waistband is finished with a narrow lingerie elastic as well as coverstitch so the WB is nice and stretchy, yet will not lose its shape. The WB hits at around the belly button/true waist. I find that a regular rise looks much more fresh than a low rise and looks a lot more smooth layered under clothing.

This item will be made to order, and is available in the following sizes:
S - fits 24-26 waist, 34-36 hip - SOLD OUT
M - fits 27-30 waist, 37-39 hip - SOLD OUT
L - fits 31-34 waist, 40-43 hip - 1 available

The inseam for all sizes is 34", let me know if you need a different length, it's no problem to change!

This item is sewn and ready to ship!

A BIG Thanks to my friend Amanda for modelling in all the pics for me, killer legs girl!

Black Jersey & Mesh Panelled Leggings - size Large - LAST PAIR


  • Handmade item
  • Size: L - Women
  • Materials: bamboo spandex viscose, poly spandex mesh, elastic
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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