Pertz Leggings - The Shape Of Feeling Good!

Monday 16 November 2015

Leggings. We all have them in some form of another, some of us wear them everyday with everything, others like me keep them for down days when I want a bit of comfort, but I think we'll all agree that finding a good pair that you actually enjoy wearing can be a chore?!

I was recently sent a pair of Pertz leggings to style up. I'd not heard of the brand before, but a quick scan of their webby got me all intrigued. Pertz was founded by creator Caroline who designed her own after a struggle to find a pair that had everything she wanted. After 18 months of design, research and development, Pertz Leggings were born! The promises of muffin top limitation, tummy control panels and a pert bottom were too good to pass up, so I had to try a pair for myself . . .

Outfit: Sweater dress - Somedays Lovin', Leggings - c/o Pertz, Boots - Dune, Bag - Whistles, Scarf - Becksondergaard.

Pertz Leggings

Pertz Leggings

Unfolding them was a bit of a giggle at first because despite ordering a medium, they were TEENY at first glance! Saying that, I'm no stranger to how small Spanx can appear, and seeing as Pertz leggings are full of stretch and control sections I figured what the hellz, they'll be fine with a bit of a wiggle, and they were! I love the fact that they don't have an elasticated waistband, instead the high waistline has the appearance of seamless shapewear with slinky edges and feels insanely comfortable, no cutting in and certainly no muffin top! The leggings themselves are cut from a thick, smooth and stretchy opaque fabric that has a slight sheen. I certainly feel as tight as a tiger in them, in fact I've been in them all day and I'm still in them now as I type this blog post on the sofa, which is unheard of to be honest because I'm normally in my PJ's by now!

Pertz Leggings

I'm wearing the Capri Length (£45) because I didn't want them to be too long and just end up looking like tights, and while I think a few of you might gasp at the price, Pertz are definitely along the same high quality fabric lines as Wolford and Black Milk, and we all know how much those brands cost. I do hope they expand into colours and patterns as they definitely have a good foundation to build on. I can see these lasting a long time and becoming a firm favourite in my Sunday wardrobe. Thanks for the introduction Pertz!

J xoxo

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