These celeb-favorite patent leggings are so chic — and under $100

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Some things celebrities wear out and about should be left for fashion runways and red carpets, but other items they rock would happily fit into our own wardrobes. Case in point: Commando’s Faux Patent Leather Perfect Control Leggings.

Recently spotted on everyone from Camila Cabello on stage at this year’s iHeart Radio Jingle Ball to on supermodel Ashley Graham and fashion influencer Danielle Bernstein, these faux leather leggings are super stylish and can be worn a ton of different ways. Dress them up with a silky tank top or down with a graphic tee and sneakers!

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Made of a combination of cotton, elastane, faux leather and polyurethane, these leggings have a high shine and a four-way stretch. And with an internal waistband and smooth properties, these leggings are super flattering on all shapes and sizes and promise not to sag or bag out on you!

Shop: Commando’s Faux Patent Leather Perfect Control Leggings, $98 

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Now if you’re new to the world of leather leggings, you may be wondering if they make a sound when you move. According to Commando’s website, due to the fabric of these leggings, they “can cause mild ‘squeakiness.’ If this is an issue for you, we recommend a light coating of clear moisturizer or body oil applied to the exterior of the inner thigh of the leggings.”

Look and feel like your favorite celebs with this winter fashion essential and shop it above for $98!

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