These leggings are for the ultimate Henry VIII fan. It brings together some of Henry's more famous portraits with images of objects of enduring importance to him - books (he was a scholar) a lute (a symbol of the music he loved to play and compose) and armor (because he was also a handsome knight in his prime). With an image of the Mary Rose as well, symbolizing how much he built up the English navy during his reign. These leggings are guaranteed to attract attention and start conversations, and if you explain all the images to your history professor, you might even get extra credit. I can't guarantee it, but it's always worth it to ask!
These leggings are a high quality, and will wash beautifully. Because of the dyeing process, though, the white fabric underneath can show through if they are stretched too much. So if you're in doubt, go a size larger.
And remember that everything you buy is a Purchase with a Purpose as I split 10% of profits between the local historical society in my hometown of Lancaster, PA, and funding microloans to women refugee entrepreneurs through Kiva.
----The Nitty Gritty Product Description----
Stylish, durable, and a hot fashion staple. These polyester/spandex leggings are made of a comfortable microfiber yarn, and they'll never lose their stretch.
• Fabric is 82% polyester, 18% spandex • Four-way stretch • Elastic waistband • Precision-cut and hand-sewn after printing