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I do not like the look of these.  I have purchased from Lands End the Starfish leggings and thin leg pants and they are WONDERFUL.  Much better quality and fit and NO PILLING.  I will not buy Denim and Co or WOMEN WITH CONTROL after comparing the 2 brands with Starfishl,  and they are usually anywhere from 30% to 50% off!!  Keep checking website.

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@Midnightoil wrote:

I do not like the look of these.  I have purchased from Lands End the Starfish leggings and thin leg pants and they are WONDERFUL.  Much better quality and fit and NO PILLING.  I will not buy Denim and Co or WOMEN WITH CONTROL after comparing the 2 brands with Starfishl,  and they are usually anywhere from 30% to 50% off!!  Keep checking website.


 

 

I didn't see any 'cord' leggings on the LE website. You can't compare apples with oranges. But I agree, LE does have some quality garments.

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@SilleeMee wrote:

 

I didn't see any 'cord' leggings on the LE website. You can't compare apples with oranges. But I agree, LE does have some quality garments.


 

 

 

I did.....

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Their talls are 30" inseam. icon_exclaim.gif

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 I feel it's the material that make them look like sausage casings.  I have many pairs of leggings and look okay in them, I don't have big legs but certain ones of good quality can look nice no matter your size.  I just think if you have a more "athletic" leg you need to wear a long enough top.   We went out for my hubby's birthday yesterday and we saw a larger sized woman with leggings like the TSV and a short sweater, my husband just shook his head.........so there you have it.

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@Mz iMac 

I didn't see those. Thanks for posting them. Are those the Starfish brand? I just searched for that brand only and didn't see those.

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I am one that does not like the "tights"' look in leggings, but I do like leggings and I buy one size up to they look like very very slim pants more than tights.

 

I wore tights for dancing many years and there is definitely a difference in tights and leggings to me.

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@SilleeMee wrote:

Those are leggings and they are suppose to fit like hosiery...tight to the body like tights, only a lot thicker.

 

I bought three pairs. 


@SilleeMee , everytime Q sells a pair of leggings, we see the same comments about how tight they are and the words sausage casing always come up.  I cannot believe anyone has such a hard time with the concept of leggings.  Have they never seen them before?  LOL

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@SilleeMee  No brand is listed.  I gather they are Lands End brand.  Here is the item #....................

 

Item #422434AE8

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@LipstickDiva  "the words sausage casing always come up."

 

I noticed that too &837514213.gifevery time I read it.

 

I must admit if you are...how can I font this PC?......."big boned, voluptuous, obese,  prone w/cellulite...... leggings are NOT for you UNLESS you wear a loooong tunic top or a mini dress.

 

Like my paramour says, "it must be jelly cause jam don't shake like that."

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It would be nice if the contributors were a little  nicer to those who had a different opinion than they had.  There is too much negativity on this forum when  there are opposing opinions.  Kindness is still in style I hope.