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What MyTights Wore – 17.04.14

We’re all excited about the upcoming Easter weekend. In the run-up to the holiday, we’ve been enjoying lots of different types of hosiery this week as well as socks!

 

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Nude fishnet tights provide a subtle yet fun look that’s suitable for every office. Laura styles her pair with a tweed jacket, jade green polo neck and matching leaf green skirt.

 

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Nix’s Jonathan Aston Iris socks match perfectly with her turquoise and white ensemble. These fashion forward socks feature two important SS14 trends: glitter and pastel pink.

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Emma breaks up a navy and light grey office outfit with the addition of blue opaque tights. Blue opaques are great for ladies who are dipping their toes into the world of coloured tights.

 

We’re hoping for some even warmer weather soon so that we can wear some sheer tights! Here at MyTights.com we hope that you all have a lovely Easter break.

 

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What MyTights Wore – 31.01.14

It’s nearly the end of the month, so how are those resolutions coming along? Never mind, let’s cheer up those January blues with some gorgeous hosiery inspiration.

 

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Nix looks great in her classic black short skirt, ash grey shirt, black boots and last but certainly not least her Trasparenze Cortina 100 Denier Tights in Corda. As you can see, pale coloured tights look fantastic when paired with black boots.

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Laura wears her beloved brown Falke tights with a matching skirt and turtleneck jumper combination. Chocolate brown is a very flattering shade for this time of year.

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Although they seem black, Emma is in fact wearing Aristoc 120 Opaque Tights in Bitter Chocolate with an on-trend sheer paneled top. This shade of dark brown is perfect for ladies who want a subtle alternative to black.

 

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5 Styles For Spring

wolford-eyla-stay-upsIt?s never too early to embrace the SS14 trends, so here are our tips for which tights will go best with the upcoming styles.

Dark Florals
Blooms are booming next season, and this time think sophisticated big floral prints on a dark background. Team a floral dress with black opaques for a classic and flattering look. These stunning Ultra Fit 80D High Waisted Shaper Tights by Calvin Klein render that expensive January gym membership unnecessary. Providing the best of both world, these gorgeous opaques give you an enviable silhouette and still feel comfortable thanks to the soft microfiber yarn.

Sport Luxe
Wolford can do no wrong in our eyes, consistently giving classic staples a fresh and elegant update. This time they’ve worked their magic on their Eyla stay ups, adding a sexy scarlet trim to the tops. The high quality yarn and reinforced toes ensures that these sheers will outlast this glam trend. Match these hold ups in Sahara/Red with a bomber jacket or a slogan sweatshirt and a white mini skirt or shorts.

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Many designers have been looking to the art world for inspiration this season. If you want to attain this cultured look why not pair a LBD with these Pamela Mann Deco Net Tights. Featuring a range of intricate patterns including diagonal lines, semi circles and diamonds, this hosiery could hush even the harshest art critic.

Pleats
Pleats are popular again. Style your on-trend kilt with classic white wool for a look that screams highland chic, and cream woolen tights just don?t come classier than Trasparenze Gennifer Merino Wool Tights. These thick opaque tights aren?t just fashionable but functional thanks to the insulating wool content. Even if the weather doesn?t warm up until September 2014, your pins will stay snug and pampered.

Pink Blush
Pastel pink is one of the hot shades for next season. Embracing this look couldn’t be easier with Jonathan Aston?s 40D Opaque Tights, available in the perfect shade of Candy Pink. If this cotton candy colour is too sickly sweet for you then don?t worry because red and electric blue are also tipped to be big. Yes, you guessed it, Jonathan Aston has terrific tights in these shades too.

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What MyTights Wore – 2nd January 2014

It was NYE this week, a time for new resolutions, parties and fun! This week we flaunted fabulous patterns and showed off chic colours.

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Laura teamed her classic charcoal grey dress, cocoa coloured belt and deep saffron orange jacket with ?ber?stylish Oroblu Loreline tights from the elegantissimo Italian brand. The art deco look is perfect for SS14.

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Nix managed to match her ash grey and chic black ensemble perfectly with her treasured Pamela Mann 3D ?Tights in Dove Grey. You can see how the 3D effect gives Nix’s polished pins a gorgeous even coverage.

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A subtler take on the classic sultry fishnets, Emma is smitten with her Charnos Honey Comb Tights. These tights provide this classic office look of a white shirt and black pencil skirt with a sweet update.

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What MyTights Wore – 4th October

It’s official – Autumn is here. But before you relegate all skirts & dresses to the back of your wardrobe, perhaps it’s time for a hosiery frawer overhaul? Staying warm doesn’t need to mean a compromise on style! Just have a look at some of the legwear we’ve been wearing at MyTights HQ…

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Opaque tights needn’t mean plain. Inject a little fun into your outfit with some patterned tights, just like Laura has!

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Teal is the new black. Elegant and easy to style, Nix has teamed her coloured opaques with cosy boots and an oversized jumper.

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Slowly making her way through the new Charnos collection, Laura teams her Charnos Diamond Net Tights with a statement belt and heels.

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Adding a little character to her footwear, Nix has chosen a mock sock style, letting the pattern peer over the tops of her boots! For a similar style, try doing this with suspender tights.?

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J’adore! Packed full of Parisian charm and a chic twist on the suspender tights trend, the Paris Skyline Tights from Pamela Mann are a must. We love how Gisela has teamed hers with a tee and jersey skirt.

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Tights for Little Legs

Last month it was all about the who’s who of the fashion world showing us what we had in store this Autumn and it seems that this week it’s happening again…except the models are a lot smaller…and cuter!

For the first time ever in the history of catwalks , our little ones are in the spotlight as Global Kids Fashion Week visits London for a two day delight. In light of this, I’ve decided to dedicate Laura’s Choice to those with very little legs. Whilst they may have knack for transforming our lipsticks into impromptu crayons and emptying expensive perfumes into the bathtub, they adore tights as much as we do in the grown up world. And why shouldn’t they? With the ability to pull off candy pink and glitter more than most of us can, I believe that children’s hosiery should be as fun and as fashionable as the tights we fold away in drawers ourselves.

I’ve even spotted a few celebrity tots debuting their admirable hosiery collection,with Harper Beckham rarely photographed in anything but her cosy tights and Geri Halliwell’s daughter Bluebell showing off her love of coloured opaques.

But before we get too fussed with glitter and offspring of the A-list, lest we forget just how quickly these little ones move! Over the years, I’ve witnessed my nieces run in the door from school, complete with the latest dried pasta collage and a new collection of snags in their tights. Short of going out and purchasing titanium trousers, I quickly clocked on that children’s tights have to be as functional as they are fashionable. Playground proof and washing machine friendly, hosiery for little ones needs to withstand the climbing frame test, which is why I can’t champion our range of children’s tights more. 

From the small legs to the very small legs (even newborns), there’s a size for all ages, which makes keeping up with that ever expanding wardrobe a piece of cake.  For their very first pair, why not try a pair of cotton tights? The high cotton content in the Country Kids Warmer Cotton Tights ensures that they feel gorgeously soft against her skin, eliminating any irritation and most importantly, they’ll keep her warm! With 15 shades to choose from, there’s no risk of temper tantrums either when she starts to dress herself in the morning…

From their first pair to her first school party, glitter and sparkly tights will always go down a treat. Guaranteed to put a smile on her face, these are the perfect finishes touches to that outfit. The Country Kids Sparkly Tights come in a gorgeous black tone, with a subtle shimmer so chic that we want a pair ourselves! With a handy footless version available that you can layer under her boots for a snug fit, these are likely to fall into her ‘favourite pile’ every morning.

And for when she outgrows her obsession with all things pink? Although no mother wants to admit it, there will come a time when their little one will want to stretch their wings and with this comes experimenting with the latest trends. Whilst you may raise an eyebrow over some of her choices (whilst conveniently forgetting our teen fashion faux pas), add to her hosiery collection with a few on trend styles that will even fit you too, keeping your wardrobe happy in the process. For daughters that swoon over anything with hearts on, the Pamela Mann Candy Hearts Tights are just the ticket. Great for dressing up or down, the subtle but sweet pattern looks fab when worn with her converse, and just as gorgeous when you style it under your shift dress & heels.  The choice doesn’t just stop there either, as there are enough patterns, prints & colours to keep her content and out of your wardrobe – also known as her ‘one stop shop’ for new clothes…

So whether you’re after tights that will keep that smile on her face or you simply want to keep your little ones warm in the chilly temperatures, let them join in on the hosiery fun and give them a wardrobe to rival Mums!

Until next time…

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Fash Clash!

There are certain fashion rules that we all live to and adhere by. Only wear one type of animal print at a time. Don’t wear white after Labour day. You shouldn’t wear pink with red…or can you?

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fashion world, as designers and stylists take delight in breaking rules and throwing them out of the metaphoric window. Pure anarchy and pure brilliance. However, we hasten to add that perhaps only one fashion rule should be broken at a time! First things first – pink versus red. These two shades have been separated since birth, as the fashion bible dictated that such rosy hues should never meet in one ensemble. We say otherwise though, and indie magazine TANK has the proof, with their 60′s inspired colour block creation.

By combining coloured tights with a cute shift dress & kitten heel combo, we’ve fallen for the vibrant, rule breaking charms of it all. Breaking up the scarlet shades, a pop of  bubblegum pink has been added, in the shape of the Jonathan Aston 40D Opaque Tights. To get the style spot on, go for the Candy Pink shade. For fans of a more demure look, choose a slightly darker pink tone. The African Violet or Cerise shade from the Pamela Mann 3D 50 Denier Tights looks fab pared with a richer red. And when the weather warms up? Switch from opaques to sheers, with the Jonathan Aston 15 Denier Coloured Sheers, keeping true to the pink vs red revolution.

Breaking rules has never been so much fun!

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