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ALL ETHNIC WEAR
Leggings are tight, form-fitting trousers that stretch from the waist to the ankles; they are also known as tights in the United States (although the word tights is often used to refer to opaque pantyhose). Leggings are usually a combination of lycra and nylon, cotton, or a cotton-polyester blend. Leggings can also be constructed out of wool, silk, and a variety of synthetic textiles.
Leggings Come in a Variety of Styles
Leggings composed of a nylon-lycra blend (often 90% nylon, 10% lycra) are historically worn for exercise, but they have also been used for fashion since the 1980s. Leggings composed of nylon lycra are typically referred to as cycling or running tights, and they have a shinier appearance than cotton leggings. Many of them have racing stripes on them.
Ethnic clothing can range from a single piece to an entire outfit of objects that identify a person as belonging to a particular ethnic group. People who belong to an ethnic group have a common cultural history or historical tradition, which is usually linked to a geographical region or a language background; ethnic groups may occasionally overlap religious or occupational groups. An ethnic group’s common heritage is referred to as ethnicity. Members of ethnic groups frequently distinguish themselves from others by wearing clothing that represents their ethnicity and demonstrates group cohesion.