First Look: Lindsay Lohan's Spring Leggings Collection

December 16, 2009 By:
First Look: Lindsay Lohan's Spring Leggings Collection

Leggings continue to be the staple of our winter wardrobe. And thankfully, the ultra-comfy style isn’t going anywhere when spring rolls around! Lindsay Lohan has just unveiled her Spring 2010 Collection of leggings for 6126, featuring new silhouettes, fabrics, trims and cut-outs.

Inspired by Marilyn Monroe and designed by Lindsay, the spring collection features a variety of legging styles in buttery soft fabrics, distressed denims and classic high waisted looks all exuding sexy confidence. The line also debuts revealing hot shorts and capri length leggings in lace, leather and denim.

“I absolutely love the spring collection. I really let my creativity run wild for spring creating pieces that I hope will inspire our customers to have their own style. Our customers look to 6126 for that special fashion item. While we have great basic styles we introduced more novelty leggings that are really hot and fashionable. I am particularly drawn to the high-waisted leggings that really hold you in and create a beautiful silhouette,” says Partner/Designer Lindsay Lohan.

Leggings have become the new must-have staple in every woman’s wardrobe and spring 2010 offers a range of everyday classics mixed with edgy, fashion-forward designs. Here are some of our favorites:

The Femme Fatale, ($176) a high waist legging with a button up front, accentuates curves and creates a feminine, hourglass shape.

The Trotter ($84) is offered in both full and capri length and comes in supple stretch lace available in black or cream.

The Dream ($132) stretch jumper is a full metallic body suit made of a polyester/spandex. The line’s signature piece is the Showgirl ($150), which makes a bold statement with its dramatic black ponti cutouts, showing off the legs as a woman’s best asset.

6126’s spring collection retails from $34-$286 and will continue to be distributed in high-end specialty stores and better department stores nationwide including Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales, Ron Herman, Madison, Kitson, and Revolve Clothing.