Fashion // How to style colored tights in winter

For years, one of my favorite styles has been colored tights. I used to wear really bright ones very oddly, before I knew how to style colored tights right to make them look effortless and chic. I remember wearing bright blue and purple tights with fleur de lis designs on them when I was in college and thinking I was the height of fashionable! I still have those tights, but I’ve learned better ways to rock them.

This year, I’ve been getting back into this trend like crazy, but I’ve been careful not to overdo it with style and color. I think this look is the perfect way to wear colored tights, hope you like it!

Tips for wearing colored tights right:
  • Opt for muted tones like burgundy, mustard, or dark greens. Brighter colors are harder to pull off.
  • Here, I’ve pulled in burgundy tights because I wanted to complement the blues and greens of the dress. Red and green are complementary colors, which makes the look pop.
  • Pair warm colors together. One of the biggest mistakes I used to make was wearing colored tights with blacks and grays. Blacks and grays are cool, while my tights were warm toned, making it look odd. Here, I wore colored tights with a tan dress and warm toned brown boots, so the look is cohesive.
  • Wear your favorite colors. Burgundy is absolutely my favorite color, so wearing it always makes me happy and confident. If you’re unsure about this look, start with a color you love, and it will give you a boost of confidence!

Get the look // dress from Shein, stockings from American Apparel (old), shoes from Anthropologie (old)



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  • very pretty. Great way to style colored tights.

  • miked914

    this is gorgeous Lisa