Wacky Leggings Celebrity Style

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If you love bare legs and hate leggings, you may want to change your attitude. These days, leggings are all the rage, whether they are paired with platform heels or gym shoes. Celebrities are known for taking great care of their gams, but lately they've been covering them up with leggings - and the wackier the better. Who are some of the celebs seen wearing the new trend?


The 30-year-old R&B/Pop superstar never put her fashion sense on hold during her pregnancy. She kept at it, like when she was spotted pregnant wearing animal-print leggings, a black leather jacket and platform shoes.

Miley Cyrus

Can you rock this look if you're 50? Probably not. But wild child Miley Cyrus is only 19. So when she parties hard in black lace leggings, short denim cutoffs and a lumberjack shirt, we think nothing of it.

Kendall Jenner

Bruce and Kris Jenner's daughter knows all about taking risks with style. The 16-year-old model shocked the paps at LAX in ripped black leggings, black gym shoes and a belly-baring white top with black hoodie. But let's hope big sis Kim Kardashian doesn't try to copy.

Lindsay Lohan

In the middle of partying, jail time, community service and SCRAM bracelets, Lindsay Lohan made time to create 6126, her legging line. Lindsay modeled the high-end cover-ups when her store, whose official website is their Facebook page, launched in 2009.

Nicky Hilton

If you're going to wear leggings, you can't go wrong with basic black. Although Paris Hilton went all crazy, during a shopping outing, in ripped black fishnet stockings, a fur vest and a black hat, it was her little sis, Nicky Hilton, who played it safe. She wore a black tank, black leggings and black heels for an all over classy look.

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