Fashion Tights today have the means to inject real oomph into any outfit, and with the huge array of colours, patterns and fabrics, these fashionable head-turning accessories with their assortment of details can accentuate any look you are wanting to achieve. Heaps of eyes had been waiting for Fashion Week runways during September which is always a hectic month for lovers of fashion, and the latest trends and from London to New York, Paris and Milan, leading designers have brought out their 2013-2014 collections, with tights being a hot favourite.
Tights from the collections shown at Fashion Week are somewhat more toned down; more classical with sheers featuring broadly across the different designers. Bright funky colours are not as ‘in’ this year as last year and you should be looking at darker colours like blues, maroons, browns and dark reds in muted shades. The upcoming season’s colours are certainly more dark along with nude/natural colours.
With chilly weather, you can really turn up the heat with the fabulous selection of tights (which in our opinion are an indispensable item of clothing in any wardrobe), helping legs look streamlined and sleek and providing jaunty warm comfort. A trendy selection of tights seem no longer to be seen as a necessary essential but as pieces of high-fashion hosiery.
Get the Look with More Neutral Colours
Designers have really put emphasis on fashion tights this year, with emphasis being on quality and style. To this end wool, cotton, viscose and cashmere have been used for tights, making them even more soft, comfortable and luxurious than ever. Fishnet tights are still very much in vogue, but this year the pattern is also more toned down, so that the saucy, cabaret style gives way to more classy, smaller net styles. In fact many of the tights from Fashion Week were the trendy micronet tights, which were shown adding a touch of femininity to different outfits.
Put away bright gaudy colours for the end of 2013-2014 and opt for must-haves black and white, which is a trendy way to tone down any ‘too- colourful’ outfits you may want to don next Spring or Summer season.