I have always loved tights. I used to wear them to work all the time. Now that I'm at home most of the time I don't get to wear them as much but I still love them.
They do go under pants in the winter to help keep warm but dress up ocassions are not as frequent anymore.
Useing colorful or patterned (or both!) tights with an outfit means you can change the look of it so you can make an outfit work for just about any outing.
When I read that Emmy Award winning TV personality Jill Martin, co-author of the New York Times bestselling style guide "I Have Nothing To Wear!", was going to be a Style Expert and Brand Ambassador for No nonsense and would be helping to teach women how to wear the new colorful No nonsense tights and leggings and providing fashion tips I wanted to see for myself. For some of those tips watch this video:
The tights I got for this review have a pretty diamond shaped pattern to them and look really nice under a skirt.
Some of the more adventurous younger women would probably like them with shorts too.
I really liked the leggings. They are black corderoy leggings and they feel really soft. They are very well made too and I would love to have several different colors. Of course with black you can wear just about any color top with them to make the whole outfit look different.
I had my mom help me pick out a nice top and necklace. Since it is really cold outside right now we choose a long sleeved sweater.
One of the things about the black leggings that I really like is the ability to wear them with just about anything. Changeing the necklace or adding a scarf as a belt or actually adding a belt can change the look of the outfit so you can wear the same thing over and over without looking exactly the same.
Since No nonsense tights and leggings can be found at just about every drug store and retail store you can think of, and are very affordable, that makes it really easy to change an outfit even if you are in hurry. Just stop at the drug store on the way to a meeting and pick up a pair!
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