These leggings aren’t just pattern on fabric, they’re designed on basis of real medieval armor. All three variants of the leggings take inspiration from actual pieces of armor, all of which are currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Flame tattoo stockings promise to add a “hot flame” to your legs, while keeping the stocking itself unobtrusively in the background. If the image is anything to go by, the stockings are pretty much invisible, letting the flames get all the glory. This might very well be legit, but when we see an execution so clean, we tend to get a little skeptical. Costs $58.
Based on the armor of fictional characters in videogames, comics, movies and TV, Vancouver, Canada based design studio Mitmunk (previously) has come up with a series of printed leggings that mimic armor. Since they are basing their designs in fiction, the pink armor becomes sort of admissible. Although overall, the designs do look good. Yup, even the pink ones.
Van Gogh’s style of art met the Tardis in paint and then got plastered all over these leggings who now have the power of geek in the style of a master of art. Costs $27.
Cats, laser eyes, and leggings that hug you tight. The seller apparently has a thing for these outrageously cool designs, other items in the list include eyeballs, wolves and snakeskin tights. Fabulous, huh?