I Don't Like Leggings, But I Can Get On Board With This One Specific Style

Elinor Block
·1-min read

I've never really got on with leggings. Unless I'm running I don't wear them at all. I find them unflattering and oddly not the most comfortable. However, I recently spotted Attico co-founder Giorgio Tordini wearing a pair of stirrup leggings and I think I’ve changed my mind on the whole leggings thing. It shouldn't work but I think the reason it does is that the style looks so good with heels, making it appear less workout and more high fashion. Ready to see what I mean? Keep scrolling for how to wear stirrup leggings the keep scrolling for the best styles around right now.

Zara V-Neck Blazer (£50)

Arket Heavy-Weight T-Shirt (£35)

Mango Asymmetric Stiletto Shoes (£36)

Marni Asymmetric Distressed Cotton Sweater (£850)

& Other Stories Pointed Leather Slingback Pumps (£95)

Arket Oversized Leather Blazer (£290)

Ninety Percent Linen-Jersey T-shirt (£40)

Charles & Keith Classic Pointed Toe Pumps (£45)


Cos Wool-Mix Stirrup Tights (£23)

Marks & Spencer Skinny Leg Stirrup Trousers (£20)

Saint Laurent Stretch-Knit Stirrup Leggings (£785)

Tom Ford Belted Leather Straight-Leg Stirrup Pants (£2840)

Gucci Tech-Jersey Stirrup Leggings (£530)

Adidas by Stella McCartney Fold-Over Waist Stirrup Leggings (£75)

Wardrobe.NYC Release 05 Stirrup Wool Trousers (£625)

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