Tights Please recently set me a blogger challenge: styling a pair of coloured and patterned tights! The tights in question are the Red Or Dead Erica tights in cobalt. I really like the silver criss-cross pattern up each leg, however I’ve never worn blue tights before so building an outfit around them was definitely an interesting challenge for me. I decided to put include the tights in three different outfits for three different occasions:
More amazing Romwe goodies! I’m in love with this new Givenchy-esque t-shirt/dress and spiked headband, both from Romwe. I think they look great together too, and here I’ve paired them with my House of Holland Bones tights (courtesy of Tights Please) and lilac/white contrast sole Underground creepers. The t-shirt/dress also looks great with simple leggings and flats, however is unfortunately a bit too short (in my opinion) to go bare legged!
As well as amazing Romwe goodies, I also got a new iPhone 4S this week! I’m so excited to finally be rid of my BlackBerry. Follow me on Instagram, my username is xhlf.
I was lucky enough to be sent this Galaxy Heart Tee by YourEyesLie.com, along with some other goodies (keep your eye out for photos and reviews). I love the print and the unique slouchy shape of the t-shirt and would definitely recommend it! Here I paired it with some cross print denim shorts by MissGuided and my trusty Topshop leather biker and studded slipper flats.
I’m also wearing some amazing nude ‘Simply Bare’ moisturising tights by Charnon which I love! Although at 15 denier they’re strong and relatively warm, they’re practically invisible, it’s almost impossible to tell that they’re there at all. Additionally, Aloe Vera extracts provide moisturising properties for dry legs making them far superior in my opinion to any nude tights I’ve owned before. You can get yours at Tights Please.
I’m loving the ‘bones’ prints and cheeky ‘boner’ t-shirts and jumpers at House of Holland at the moment, which are available to buy online now! The simple bone print looks great, especially in the monochrome colourway – the printed maxi dress and shorts are two of my favourite pieces. One of the best things about House of Holland is that if, like me, you can’t quite afford to spend £50 on a t-shirt or £300 on a blazer, they stock an awesome range of patterned tights at £12 each. Check out the bones themed ones, along with some of my other favourite pieces, below and buy them all here!