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Okay cheesy puns aside, we officially love this!  Not only has our favourite girl band reformed for the ultimate comeback but it seems one of the fab five is just as dotty about spots as we are.

Featured in this week’s Look magazine, Kimberley Walsh shows us how to work one of our favourite trends: dots.

Now the trend has been going strong for some time, emerging last season and continuing to establish itself as a key pattern in our tights drawer. Lending that feminine charm to any ensemble, the dainty dots are

the easiest print to wear, perfect for those itching to step into the world of pattern.

Modeling our Gerbe Plumetis Spotty Tights, Walsh shows us that it’s more than okay to layer print on pattern, creating a quirky yet highly stylish look. We’ve always said your pins are the simplest way to get involved in a trend, with minimum effort for maximum effect.

There’s a pair of dotty tights for everyone too! Whilst the Gerbe are one of our most luxurious dotty tights, there are more purse-friendly ones too.

Why not try our Pamela Mann Sheer Dots Tights? Ideal for an instant fashion hit, giving any outfit a girly and playful edge. What’s more, they come in a larger range of sizes too, proving that any shape or size can look dashing in dots. For those who are fans of control tights that offer a little more shaping than usual, spots make an appearance on those too. The Queen of Shops herself has championed the trend, creating the must have Mary Portas & Charnos Spotty Shaper tights. With a slight sheen, they are perfect for glam evenings out.

And last by no means least, for the more daring of you out there, Emilio Cavallini teach us that bigger is better with their Black Big Dots tights. Larger than your average dotty tights, these harness the power of the ultra stretchy Lycra fibre to provide comfort and by the bucket loads.

So if you want to get spotted this season, join in on the trend now and decorate your pins in dots!

 

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