classy legsOne of the easiest color combos is to go classic all black or black and white. To make it more modern, add pops of color. I went with soft colors with the white because it's not exactly white but more champagne. For the all black ensemble, I mixed lace with rocker chic shoes to offset each other. But since they're both black, they'll blend in together.
The only colored tights I was able to work with were blue/purple tights. I think because they are closer to black so the stark color difference won't hurt people's eyes. I added white/ivory/champagne shoes with similarly colored jewelry to make the legs the focal point. If you're going to wear color, better make it stand out!
quirky feminineI love these striped tights! I knew these cute red flats would go perfect with them. This would be best for a more casual party with friends since it's so playful. You could add any stud earrings to this outfit if you think it's lacking in jewelry. But I thought the black pouf belt was simple but statement-worthy as a lone accessory.
leopard edgeIf you're feeling wild (Ha ha, get it?), wear animal print tights! Wear them with black shoes so the tights can speak for themselves. I went with cute bows to offset that wild side. Add chains to keep the bad girl look or add romantic or cute jewelry to keep it feminine.
nerdy cuteI thought of Tania when I created this outfit. I kept it simple with earth-tone colors and minimalist accessories.
everything else I didn't use
- When going for color, you can either focus on one colorful accessory with neutral fill-in accessories or combat the color with more color.
- Keep it simple with an LBD. That's what makes them so classic! Don't over-do on jewelry with bright colored tights. Do one or the other.
- If you're going for a certain style, play around with it! Don't go completely cute and feminine. Throw in some chain necklaces or black leather booties.
How would you style this dress with colored tights?