Reveal suggests one of the trends you’ll want to be replicating from the Catwalk is Over-knee socks. Creams, browns and greys are best; avoid whites – unless you want to look like a school girl! Reveal recommended MyTights for stocking the perfect over-knee socks: Trasparenze Dora Wool socks, we also suggest Pamela Mann Ribbed socks and Jonathan Aston Long Wool Mix Boot Sock.
Next is Floral tights – this is always popular with fashion lovers. They perfectly perk up a dull winter outfit with their pretty and bright colourful patterns. Keep the rest of your outfit simple – unless you are doing the Dressing-Up Box trend, then anything goes! Take a look at the beautiful Celeste Stein Versache Tights, which also fit right in with the 70s revival fashion trend too.
Mock Suspender Tights are big news this winter and they’re best worn black like these super sexy Henry Holland Chain Suspender Tights (as seen on Pixie Lott!). Opting for suspender tights are easier to wear than stockings but still maintain the coquettish look of stockings and suspender belts without having to worry about unwanted bulges.
Animal print has been thrust upon us and we have plenty of styles in exotic leopard print. Leopard print tights are fantastic for those who want to achieve this look subtly. Try Trasparenze’s Rusalka and Wolford’s Leo Tights for deluxe versions. If you want a cheap fashion fix try Jonathan Aston’s Leopard Tulle tights or Animal Tights. Keep the rest of your look neutral to tone it down, or vamp it up with splashes of black and red.
Grey socks are no longer banished to our darkest memories of primary school now that the catwalks and celebrities like Mollie King from The Saturdays have sported them. She wore her grey socks with peep toe sandals and short a-line skirt. Wear grey socks high – team them with platform sandals, booties, heeled ankle boots, flat knee-high boots or the Man Shoe for a masculine and minimalist look. We recommend Jonathan Aston’s range.