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?
We’ve noticed an up
rise within the
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!
Tags: animal print, coloured opaques, pink tights, red tights
It can be so tempting to stick to black tights day in, day out, but if you don’t change your buy zithromax hosiery from time to time you’ll be in severe danger of falling into a fashion rut. Plain coloured tights are the easiest way to perk up your hosiery drawer, but with an entire rainbow of colour to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. Allow us to help you – we’ve broken it down so you can figure out exactly how to wear coloured hosiery, no matter where you’re headed…
You need something that blends in with your rest of your outfit for the office, but although you don’t want to stand out too much you can still add a hint of colour – just make sure you stick to darker, neutral shades. Brown Tights work really well with a classic camel shift dress, or you could team navy tights with grey city shorts and a crisp white shirt. Darker colours like these are also great if you’re self-conscious about your figure as they have a slimming effect – our top tip is to wear sheers if you’re wearing a pencil skirt, which will stop your calves from looking too bulky, but opaques if your hemline is high for a bit more coverage.
Lunch with the Girls
If you’re anything like us you want something fun but fashion forward when you m
ic viagra online'>generic viagra online
eet up with friends. We think yellow tights give a cheery, summery look, even when the weather is miserable. Paloma Faith was spotted just last week in bright yellow tights, which she teamed with a cobalt blue blouse and shoes and a red scarf print skirt (you can stick to navy blue if you’re a little more reserved!) Or if that’s just too bold, go for blue tights and work this season’s underwater trend – as seen on the Chanel catwalk – with a grey dress and metallic silver accessories.
Making your coloured tights work for a hot date is incredibly easy – nothing screams sexy like a vibrant pair of red tights. Go for dark shades of scarlet or ruby, and match to your lips and nails for a vampish look that will turn his head. This is the cheaper way to get a hot new look, too, as you can give your favourite Little Black Dress a new lease of life for next to nothing (which also means you can afford those new shoes you’ve had your eye on!)
Tights can be your wardrobe’s new best friend – simply pick a pair and perk up all those old outfits you never thought you’d wear again. Whether you’re a novice looking to dip your toe into the coloured hosiery trend or a colour aficionado looking for your next hit, with a whole rainbow of colours to choose from you can’t go wrong!