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The 80s are back, baby!
Step back in time with these 80s-inspired stirrup leggings from GigiActv.
The Nix Footed Leggings, $89, hark back to the days of aerobics and spandex - but with a modern twist.
Instead of the shiny material of 30 years ago, these are made from a buttery soft "naked feel" fabric, that's super comfy, while still being supportive.
They're squat proof, quick drying, and have a secret waistband pocket to keep your keys, cards and phone safe.
The stirrups are designed to slip easily over the ankle for extra comfort, and are ideal for pilates or yoga.
GigiActv was launched just three years ago, after 21-year old designer Keisha Street spotted a gap in the market for sexy active wear that suited all body shapes.
She took inspiration from 80s aerobic style and gave it a sleek edge to create a range of jumpsuits, leggings and crop tops in modern, muted colours.
All the styles come in sizes XS-XL and are designed to make every body shape feel great.
Here are some of our other favourites from the range.
When you add the code NEWLOVE at the checkout, you'll get 15% off.
This racer-back style crop comes in colours to match the Nix Leggings.
It has thin straps, but a thick under-bust band that adds a push-up effect for great cleavage.
It also has removable padding and is made of the same buttery soft fabric as the leggings.
There's nothing that says 80s like a Lycra jumpsuit.
It's made from a nylon spandex blend with a slight compression to hold everything in.
It has a super thick waistband to cinch in the waist and give some serious shape.
It has a zip-up back and a "scrunch" bottom for definition and shape.
The 80s knows all about high waists, and these leggings epitomise that.
They're designed for comfort with a seamless waistband, perfected crotch gusset and are made from a lightweight, soft buttery fabric.
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