Black Milk spartans: war-ready leggings

Can a girl ever have too many tights? James Lillis from Black Milk doesn’t think so, and I tend to agree. His blog Too Many Tights chronicles his adventures into the world of designing tights and leggings, and the occasional venture into a chained bodysuit, biker jacket, or all black wet-look catsuit. Perfect for 2010′s thematic future warrior trend are his hot-in-demand ‘Spartans’ – black wet-look leggings with armour-like panels on the upper thighs. Pull on these babies and you’re ready to take on the world. The Spartans come panelled with gold or silver lame, sheer mesh, netting, lace or PVC.

Black Milk Spartan leggings

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Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection
Black Milk 'Spartans' leggings collection

More pictures of the various types of Spartans can be found by clicking below; and of course if you want to pick up a pair, head to Black Milk.

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