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Jeggings Fever

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According to market research company NPD, sales of jeggings shot up 200% from 2009 to 2010. Compare that to skirts (up 15%) and tights (up 30%) and, statistically, it looks like we have a full-fledged jeggings pandemic on our hands. [Technorati]