When No nonsense contacted me to create some looks using their tights and leggings, you didn’t have to ask me twice! Colored tights are something I was already wanting to add to my fall/winter wardrobe. They are an inexpensive way to bring new life to sweater dresses and add a pop of color to basic black skirts and dresses. I was on the verge of buying a bright yellow pair but held out for my products to arrive…and it paid off.
The first thing out of the box was a bright yellow pair of tights. YES!
In that box was also the comfiest pair of skinny jeans leggings. If you know me, you KNOW how much I love dark wash skinny jeans and you also know how much I love leggings. So imagine how over the moon I was with something that combines BOTH!
Umm, can I live in these things?
When I pulled the No nonsense tights and leggings out of the packaging, the first thing I noticed is how incredibly well made their tights are. They’re a medium weight and offer just the right amount of support. There’s nothing I hate worse than tights that are too loose or don’t make me feel “held in”. These did the job perfectly and felt as high quality as some much more expensive tights I’ve bought from specialty stores.
Here’s how I paired up the yellow tights with my Payday Pretty sweater dress.
When I slipped into the skinny jeans leggings, I knew I was in trouble. They are so incredibly comfortable and forgiving. So basically, I can eat my way through the holidays wearing these suckers every day and indulging in every sweet I want. Woo hoo!
I paired them up with my other Payday Pretty find – this gray cableknit long cardigan. [Sweater: Ross (Similar)/Shirt: Target (Similar)/Scarf: Rue 21 (Similar)/Leggings: No nonsense/Boot socks: Target/Boots: Lucky Brand (Similar)/Earrings: Target]
Thank you, No nonsense for these easy, inexpensive ways to add some new life to my wardrobe!
Check out other ways to style No nonsense tights and leggings here:
It’s Your Turn: How are you incorporating tights and leggings into your winter wardrobe? Tell me in the comments.
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