You're known as being the most comfortable and common leg wear on my fellow female collegiates and teenagers.
You're known as being cheap and fashionable.
My peers practically sing of your angelic abilities.
I can't stand you.
To be fair, there are plenty of women who can pull you off. Are you for me?
I've tried wearing you. I really have. You just... you make me feel naked.
It's kind of ironic, actually. I'm willing to run all over the place sweaty and gross in short shorts and sports bras. Heck, I swam competitively for ten years in super tight swim suits. Leggings, you shouldn't make me feel as if I'm flashing the world.
It probably has to do with the fact that you feel like long underwear.
You+me= no way.
If you're wondering, this has baffled some people.
"What do you wear when you don't have time in the morning to get ready?" They say.
Dark skinny jeans, my friend. They're just as easy to put on as you, leggings, they cover more, and are super classy and comfortable.
What baffles me is: Why would you wear leggings when you could look way better in dark skinny jeans?
Look leggings, I admit that you may be cheaper than a pair jeans, but you don't last nearly as long. Jeans don't show every panty line imaginable like you do. Heck, leggings, you show every slight jiggle in my not so jiggly body.
That's not cool.
Besides, skinny jeans don't get me evil looks from old ladies.
I've never found a point to you, leggings, when I could wear a comfortable pair of skinnies instead, or tights with shorts.
Even tunics look better with dark skinnies than they do leggings.
Look leggings, I'm sorry for hating on you, I really am.
However, you really don't have any place in my closet.
Oh leggings, how I do have such a distaste for you.
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Hi! Autumn here.
I am an english and journalism student at the University of Arkansas. I love style, music, movies and traveling. Even though I'm not a teen anymore, I began this blog when I was 16 as an honors research project. My wish is to provide inspiration to anybody who visits The Chic Teen. Bonne journée!
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