Meggings: Four Reasons Why They Are Completely Disgusting

14/08/2014 16:39 | Updated 22 May 2015

Meggings. If you haven't heard of them already, you've had a lucky escape. Here at MyDaily HQ, we're often faced with pics of female celebs who've convinced themselves leggings are trousers. Now it seems we'll soon be seeing men who think the same.

Chicago-based designer duo Adam Freck and Andrew Volk launched Meggings Man Clothing in December last year and say their tight-fitting leggings for men have been a massive hit with customers. You can even purchase these questionable bottoms on Asos.


While we're normally massive fans of men's fashion - Tom Ford suits and the like - this trend is something we just can't get on board with and we've got four extremely valid reasons why meggings are completely rank...

1. The bulge.

We're not sure about you, but we really don't need to see a bloke's manhood waltzing down the high street on a Sunday morning. While the original meggings company claim: "our meggings embrace the spirit of badassery," we're struggling to see anything baddass about having your junk on display 24/7.

2. We seriously doubt they're easy to put on and take off.

If there's one thing Ross from Friends has taught us, it's that leather trousers on men are a recipe for disaster. We imagine the same principal can be applied to meggings (especially the ones pictured above). If a man in meggings finds himself in the throws of passion (although how likely is this?) how on earth will he get his kit off? Furthermore how will he get back into them again without talc or body lotion?

3. Not even the hottest of men can pull them off.

Need proof? Here it is...

4. Four little words... Drop crotch leopard print.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any wore, it just got a whole lot worse.

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Want to see more meggings (we promise we won't judge you)? Check out the video below...


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