FASHION fans have been urged to "run" to H&M to nab a pair of the viral leather-look leggings now they're back in stock.
Aida couldn't help but rave about the leggings, which are £18.99 and come in five different colours.
In a video on her TikTok page, she showed herself modelling the leggings and teaming them with a striped jumper and trainers.
"OMG run to H&M," she wrote over the top of her video.
"Back in stock."
She also added that the leggings, which have a fleecy interior, are "so warm!"
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People were quick to comment on the video, with one calling them the "best leggings ever".
"How tall are you? And what size?" another asked.
To which Aida replied: "I am 1,78 tall, and i am wearing Size S."
"I'm on my way!" a third joked.
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"I love these," someone else gushed.
While another commented: "Ooooo, I want these!"
But not everyone was convinced, with some people insisting the leather-look trend was done.
"They’re so ugly and not in since 2011," one wrote.
"It’s giving cheap vibes sorry,"another added.
"They’ll tear in two wears," a third said.
To which Aida insisted that she's had her other pair for a year, wears them often and they're still "like new".
"I thought we left this in 2012?" someone else questioned.
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To which another person hit back: "All the people saying we left these behind….
"When did that happen? They elevate outfits in my opinion."
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