Khaki leggings light brown leggings tan leggings nude

Khaki leggings light brown leggings tan leggings nude
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These light brown leggings are perfect for everyday wear or gym days. They are made from soft, stretchy cotton lycra with excellent recovery. We have a few other shade of brown, peach, pink, or cream if you are looking for another “nude” color. This color is called by many names: taupe, tan, beige, nude, light brown. They look like nude on me because they are very close to my skin tone. The fabric supplier calls them taupe, i don’t think of them as taupe. The waist band is made for comfort without elastic to pinch and roll. Imagine these with your favorite boots and a comfy sweater! They also feel great when exercising, allowing ease when bending and stretching. Leggings are great quality 95% cotton and 5% Lycra. So soft, breathable and very comfortable. Size range Extra Small to Extra large. Petite, tall, or curvy? Message me! Please note the fit and sizing as all brands are different! Most people find my clothing to fit true to the size they normally wear, but checking the size chart is a good idea! The leggings are fitted and low rise, they hit most women at or below the belly button. They are meant to be tight, but they do not have a lot of compression, making them all day wearable! waist xs 24-24.5 inches s 25-26 inches m 27-28 inches l 29-30 inches xl 31-32 inches hip Extra Small 35 to 36 inches Small 37 to 38 inches Medium 39 to 40 inches Large 41 to 43 inches Extra Large 44 to 45 The inseam for ankle length is approximately 28″ The inseam length for capri is approximately 21″ Light brown leggings, brown leggings, tan leggings, women’s leggings, beige leggings, leggings, cotton leggings, fall legging, taupe legging Cotton is breathable and when stretched can be a little sheer, not really see through, but not squat proof! Keep that in mind when choosing undergarments. The cotton spandex leggings are perfect for all day wear or light activities where you are not super sweaty because cotton generally takes longer to dry than synthetic fibers.

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