Made in Chesea v The Only Way is Essex

Fans of “Structured Reality” shows are all too aware of the growing rivalry between TOWIE and Made in Chelsea.  Both shows have exploded onto the scene, and whether you avidly watched Mark Wright conquer the jungle in last year’s I’m A Celeb or find yourself keeping tabs on the Millie Mackintosh/Professor Green romance, there’s no denying some of the girls from both shows have real style.  And some don’t.  We decided to fan the flames of rivalry by comparing some of their hosiery fashion choices…

Fashion tights can be daunting if you’re not sure how to wear them but both Made in Chelsea’s Chloe Green and Towie’s Jess Wright pulled off the look with ease.  For a girly style, go for embellished tights like Jess, but we LOVE Chloe’s animal print tights, LBD and leather jacket combo that she was spotted in walking around London recently.

Winner: Made in Chelsea

Caggie Dunlop sadly said goodby to MIC last series, but not before she showed us how to rock buy cheap generic levitra

_medium=blog” target=”_blank”>suspender tights for a casual daytime look.  Dressing her hosiery down with baggy washed out denim and a chunky knit scarf was inspired.  However, Towie’s Maris Fowler made jaws drop when she stepped out in a chic, understated combo of suspender tights, beige cocktail shorts and a simple black vest top.  Who knew?

Winner: Towie

Why do some girls find footless tights and leggings so difficult buy 25mg viagra to wear?  The rules are simple – ALWAYS team with a long top, tunic or dress unless you are 100% confident about your body from every angle, and wet look leggings must not be accompanied by leather.  These rules seem to have bypassed the world of reality TV, though – Lauren Goodger stepped out in a supremely unflattering leggings and vest top outfit, while MIC’s Gabriella teamed her wet look leggings with black leather, black boots and, for some reason known only by her, rainbow coloured hair (See the pic here).

Winner: Neither – both looks are equally bad.


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