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When you hear the words “tights” or “stockings,” your next thought is probably along the lines of school uniforms or a grunge look from the ’90s. But really it should be high fashion!
While the colorful tights spotted on the runway this season may not be the easiest thing to style, tights are a fall staple, and it’s time to give them the credit they deserve. Ideal to wear under sweater dresses and fall skirts, tights can not only keep you warm when temps drop, but they can also pull a look together. That’s why patterned tights are making a comeback this year.
From polka dots to tiny hearts to argyle designs, when you’re shopping for tights this season, grab a black pair that has a little edge. Eye-catching tights are the perfect addition to any simple outfit and, when styled properly, can actually look very chic.
2. HUE Women’s Fashion Tights, $9.37+
HUE is a giant in the undergarment industry, so rest assured this pair is top quality. This style even has a seamed toe to help it last.
3. sofsy Women Polka Dot Tights, $19.99
Like the tiny hearts, these petite polka dots are a great way to dip your toe into the patterned tight trend. You can also snag this pair in gray or tan.
4. MeMoi Diamond Argyle Control Top Tights, $14.40
Appropriate for the office or for a dinner out, this argyle pair has a control top and also comes in a rich chocolate brown shade.
5. Natori Women’s Nouveau Rose Sheer Tights, $22.40+
This floral-printed pair has a comfortable waist and cotton gusset to keep you comfortable all day long. Pull on this pair of tights when you feel like making a statement.
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