Your Autumn/Winter Wardrobe: Part 4

Last and not least is our take on the Mannish Shoe and Camel trends. Both style’s will be seen everywhere and one of the easiest to replicate.

Manish Shoe:

This winter you’re either going to be wearing pointed court heels, the manly shoe or boots. The best way to wear women’s hosiery with the Mannish Shoe is to team it with ankle socks that are slightly slouchy and thin. Great colours to pick for your man-like loafers are grey, burnt orange and black. The Mannish Shoe compliments Camel and The Great Outdoors trends brilliantly. They look particularly chic with a bare leg or bare look tights with ankle socks; shorts, skirts and even 70s style dresses to give it a unique feminine twist. The Mannish Shoe also works well with Autumn/Winter staple – skinny jeans in black, indigo and khaki. To add femininity to your Man Shoe buy a patent pair in dark aubergine or red hues.


Camel is a major trend this season; catwalk heavy-weights such as Chloé and Aquascutum had numerous designs in Camel and you will find it in everything – coats, capes, tops, shorts, skirts and trousers. The wonderful thing about Camel is that it suits all skin tones as it won’t wash out your skin colour. A pussy-bow silk camel long sleeved blouse and high-waisted trousers will make a chic office outfit but to make sure you are looking just as fashionable as the fashion crowd, ditch the trousers occasionally and keep your legs nude, wear a silk blouse with leather camel/brown shorts. Try wearing thin cotton ankle socks with this autumn trend in greys and browns. Teaming the Mannish Shoe with Camel is an excellent combination and will complete a high fashion look.

So that is it – your full guide to Autumn/Winter fashion trends is complete! If you have seen another trend that we haven’t discussed on the blog why don’t you tweet us or leave a comment! Happy shopping and don’t forget choosing the right women’s hosiery for an outfit can make or break it, so make sure you take a good look at our full range at MyTights!

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