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While I love living in the Northeast and being able to experience all four seasons, even I have to admit these past few days have been frigid. Like so many people, I’ve been asking myself, “Why do I live here?”
But then I remember the extra cold days come with the territory, so I resolve to arm myself with everything I need to stay warm. A warm coat and snow boots are key, but so are fleece-lined tights for those of us to like to layer or wear skirts and dresses during the winter. I get a ton of use out of my fleece-lined tights because I wear them under jeans when it’s absolutely freezing and also when I need to dress up and just can’t go bare-legged.
If you don’t currently own any fleece-lined tights, or if you need a few new pairs for the season, you’ve come to the right place. Below are five warm options that will last you all winter long if you launder them correctly. Stock up now so your legs don’t freeze!
Where to Buy Fleece-Lined Tights
Muk Luks Women's Fleece Lined 2-Pair Pack Tights, $15 (Orig. $30)
It's not every day that you can buy two pairs of fleece-lined tights for just $15, so grab this bundle by Muk Luks while it's 50% off.
If you can't resist a name brand, head over to Macy's and purchase these classic black Fleece Lined Tights by French Connection.
Sofie's Womens Fleece Lined Tights, $17.49 (Orig. $21.99)
For a limited time only, these popular Sofie's Fleece Lined Tights are on sale for 20% off on Amazon.
VERO MONTE Womens Opaque Warm Fleece Lined Tights, $21.99-$37.99
Amazon shoppers rave about these VERO MONTE Opaque Fleece Lined Tights. They have 4.6 out of 5 stars and more than 4,700 ratings.
Don't want plain black tights? These Fleece Lined Tights feature a cool diamond texture that makes them a bit different.
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