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Stop Being Mean to Jeggings

Chopstix Kids Girls JeggingsLook, I’m sick of hearing about jeggings, leggings, skeggings as much as the next mom. After all, I have covered them ad infinitum in this post and this post and…But lest you protest too much about the fad-ishness and trendiness of it all, let’s consider what’s really going on. Jeggings are just jeans — jeans that are more comfortable than your standard variety. After all, unless the denim is really soft, most jeans limit our kids’ mobility with their scratchy stiffness. So don’t get so high and mighty. The reason we love denim on our little stylers is because it’s cute — plain and simple; otherwise we’d keep them in sweatpants all day.

That’s why a new line of premium jeggings called Chopstix Kids was invented — to keep the look of denim but have the feel of soft, stretchy leggings. And they’re too cute!

Check out all the photos from Fall 2010 collection and the chance to win a pair for your comfort-loving girls…

Chopstix Kids for Girls

Chopstix Kids

Chopstix Kids offers the coolest faux denim jeans for active and mod girls. Created to look like denim, but fit like butter, Chopstix Kids comes in two amazing styles — Classic and Bling.

Classics come with silk-screened pockets and the Bling is, well, blingy with crystal details on the pockets.

The Chopstix Kids jeans are lovingly made in sunny Los Angeles, are made from lycra, and have a super comfy elastic waist with a skinny jeans tapered look. And they come in infant sizes too. Buy here!

We have a winner. Congrats Keira!!

>>GIVEAWAY: Win a pair of Chopstix Kids jeggings here by telling us where you little girl will wear her first pair!

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