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Looking for a little something for the lady in your life ahead of V Day tomorrow? If she takes sci-tech in her stride - and as the SO of an El Reg reader, we'd hope she does - how about a pair of these anatomically oriented geeky strides?

Run up by Aussie outfit Black Milk, this pair of muscle leggings show exactly what's inside those tights:

Black Milk muscle leggings

Too medically explicit? Black Milk has a nice line in tech-tights too, including these circuit board boys and Tetris-styled trews. Wellies are optional:

Black Milk circuit leggings
Black Milk circuit leggings

Black Milk has a range of women's apparel, but this little 3D X-Ray number caught our resident doctor's eye too:

Black Milk 3D bones dress

Those are her actual bones, you know...

Prices start at AUD75 (£51), and Black Milk will ship internationally. Maybe not in time for tomorrow, but there'll be next year... ®

Thanks to EM for the tip

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