Top 10 Flattering Leggings

This season, all leggings are not created equal. Save your neon spandex for yoga class and try one of these fashionable styles for everyday wear

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Its no wonder that Kate Middleton has been spotted in these sophisticated Abi Ferrin leggings. The flattering ruching and elongated zippers make these elegant enough for a duchess. ($255,

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Don't shy away from a great pattern, especially animal print. Opt for a muted color scheme and a solid top. ($128,

Courtesy of Joie

These vegan leather leggings feel just as luxurious as the real thing. Whether they’re worn with sneakers or stilettos, you’ll look like a million bucks. ($98,

Courtesy of Madewell

Camo print is having a major moment this season and is best worn one piece at a time. These leggings will pair nicely with a cozy fall sweater.  ($34,

Courtesy of Express

Feel free to leave the shapewear in the drawer. These lightweight leggings have slimming tummy panels built right in. Belly be gone! ($68,

Courtesy of Yummie Tummie

A deep rouge hue will add a pop of color to your fall wardrobe. Pair with neutral booties and put a little oomph in your weekend look. ($188,

Courtesy of Barneys

The ponte fabric featured in these leggings makes them opaque enough to wear, say, paired with a blazer at the office and yet stretchy enough (hello, comfort) to take them out to dinner after a long day at work.  ($170,

Courtesy of Habitual

Not only are tuxedo stripes slimming, but they make leggings suitable for a night out. Additionally, these are available in plus size. ($125,

Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Invisible micro rib detailing means these leggings will never ride up or bag around the knees. ($38,

Courtesy of Tees by Tina

Even though these leggings have the look of slightly distressed jeans, no one will know they're mostly made of spandex. ($176,



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First Published Thu, 2013-10-10 17:26

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