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Liberty is an iconic shopping destination, which everyone flocks to when they head to the big smoke for a spending spree.
The department store caters for a variety of needs: from fashion and beauty to home furniture. But it is the brand's floral fabrics that are the biggest draw.
Now, customers can get the iconic patterns in a different form, as the store has launched its first ever printed leggings.
In true Liberty style the four-piece collection features arty prints in bold colours, a red, orange floral design, a purple and blue paisley-style pattern, a pink ditsy print, and a black version with panelled detailing on the sides.
The leggings, which are printed in Italy, also feature a reflective Liberty logo on the ankle for the wearer's safety when working out outside at night.
This design is high waisted and constructed to be soft, supportive and comfortable. They are made from a polyamide and elastane blend, which has a four-way stretch.
They also have an adjustable drawstring detail around the waist for a secure fit.
The leggings cost £95 and those who want to go the extra mile in coordinating their look can do so, as Liberty also has a range fo printed non-medical cotton face coverings, which retail for £45.
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