Blue jeggings for women with elasticised waistbands – Easy to wear for wheelchair users
Tops, sweaters, blouses – jeggings are a perfect counterpart to whatever the modern-day girl wants to wear.
These trendy, stretchy garments which lie at the intersection of leggings and jeans are a staple in any wardrobe as they offer a combination of comfort and style.
This week’s NH Lifestyle showcases blue jeggings with elasticised waistbands which are so easy to wear and take off for wheelchair users. No zipper, no buttons, no fuss. Which is exactly how international wheelchair basketball player and national wheelchair tennis player, Geeta Chauhan prefers her jeggings.
“I wear jeggings all the time because as a wheelchair user I like how it stretches and fits so closely on the legs. The one with elasticised waistbands are best for a wheelchair user like me because they are easy to wear and take off especially when I have to use the washroom. I own many blue jeggings in plain and printed designs, for regular and party wear.”
Here’s Geeta rocking a pair of blue jeggings in a ripped look.
If you are looking for a pair to add to your wardrobe, feast your eyes on a sample all under ₹ 1,500.
Pepe Jeans Mid Rise Skinny Jeggings
This casual ankle length jeggings in royal blue are 98% cotton, which means super comfort wear. The mid-rise waist is elasticised and there’s a zip waist for those of you might wish to use it.
The colour is a dark shade of ink blue and the ankle length gives it a casual look. Team this with T shirt or a shirt.
Available at Ajio
Kraus Light Shade Stretch Jeggings
This cotton ankle length pair comes in a shade of sky blue and looks like ideal summer wear. Would work well with a short top or T-shirt.
The colour is a shade of sky blue and the material is cotton blend. There are no zippers or buttons in this.
Available at Lifestyle
Slvete Women’s Denim Slim fit Jeggings
This slim fit stretchable pair ends just above the ankles and comes in a shade of light blue. No zipper and buttons on this one, just an elasticised waistband.
The light blue pair of jeggings have a cool pair of open pockets on the seat.
Pune student activist Dikshna Dende, who works with Adventure Mantra, finds jeggings comfortable for both casual and formal wear.
“I own two pairs in black and blue. I wear black to work and blue for casual wear. I prefer the stretchable type because as a wheelchair user, loose ones tend to slip down. When someone picks you up from the wheelchair the back portion slips down and attracts stares. Elastic waistbands keep them firm”.
Diksha has teamed her blue jeggings with a printed white and red top in this picture.
Printed Women Blue Tights
This one spells party wear! The mix of dark and light blue patterns on a cobalt blue base gives this a funky look.
These jeggings are strictly casual and party wear. The underlying fabric is a cobalt blue with a mix of dark and light blue patterns. There’s a line of lack thread across the waist which meets around the back.
Available at Flipkart
That’s a pretty wide range in blue for you to choose from. Go on and take your pick!
* Prices may vary.
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