Friday, January 11, 2013

Mix Up Your Fashion Routine with No nonsense

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Since I started working from home a year and a half ago, I don't dress up nearly as much as I did when I was teaching. However, when I do where a dress or a skirt, I often pair it with colored tights or leggings, such as No nonsense tights and leggings. Choosing tights with color can add a pop to a neutral outfit or can alter the feel of a bright palette with a contrasting tone.

This is an example of an outfit that I would put together with No nonsense tights. The purple tights pair nicely with the red dress without overwhelming. I kept the boots and accessories classic and neutral. I would feel comfortable wearing this outfit in a wide variety of settings.

Rock Steve Madden in Winter

Many mass market retail stores as well as food and drug stores carry No nonsense tights and leggings. They are both affordable and readily available in many areas of the country.

Throughout 2013, you'll want to keep up with No nonsense's partnership with fashion expert Jill Martin. Martin is both practical and stylish, stays on top of the latest fashion trends, and is known as someone women can turn to whenever they need fashion advice. She offers lots of valuable tips about how to maximize the potential of colorful, long lasting No Nonsense leggings and tights.

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  1. It's turned really cold here, so I actually wear tights underneath the jeans!

    1. When it gets really cold, sometimes I do that, too! It works pretty well.

  2. I love the idea of colored tights to add a pop of color. The LBD can be transformed so many ways just by adding a different color.
    I'll keep these in mind when I dress up again.


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