Meggings Are Leggings For Men, And Unfortunately They’re A Thing Now (Photos)

Meggings Are Leggings For Men, And Unfortunately They’re A Thing Now (Photos)
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First there was the murse. Then there was the man bun. And now, ladies and gentlemen (mostly gentlemen), there are meggings: leggings for men.

How is this possible without sacrificing comfort and a pair of nuts?

Leave it to two British designers, Luke Shipley and Tom Hunt, to establish sTitch Leggings after they were “forced” to wear “ill-fitting female leggings” to a themed party. Someone should probably tell them that the party is now over…

Priced at around 25 euro, the leggings are inspired by Russell Brand and Justin Bieber, who both favor the stretchy style.

According to their website, the meggings come in a variety of colors, although we suggest, at the very least, trying them on first (you don’t want to free-ball this one, so to speak).

“We envision a day where men can wear what they want as opposed to what they should, to achieve this, we will strive to design and produce garments that liberate the modern man from conventional male fashion.”

Hmmm, maybe now these guys will know what it feels like to have your Lycra-clad ass stared at on the sidewalk.

Are cat calls included?

These inventors might need the megging, but this guys is more than comfortable walking around and pranking people in female yoga pants.

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H/T: Daily Mail, Photos Courtesy: sTitch Leggings

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Laura Argintar

Laura Argintar is a Senior Women's Editor at Elite Daily, comedienne and low-key science nerd. Listed among her achievements are performing stand-up throughout New York City, graduating with honors from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science and being the first woman in history to twerk at a 2 Chainz concert. LARG – as her friends call her – enjoys covering women’s topics, watching celebrities self-destruct and rising to any occasion.

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