Spring Chill

Outfit Details: Blue and white floral romper with bow (River Island) | Heather gray kimono cardigan (Target) | Seasonless Tights in Jet Black (c/o Hanes) | Black skull "Funky" booties (c/o Pink and Pepper) | Black mini bowler hat (Forever 21)


It's fairly obvious from my previous outfits that I'm a fan of wearing tights with skirts, dresses, and even shorts during colder seasons. With the unpredictable weather lately, I ended up putting together a casual outfit for a randomly chilly spring day using the Hanes' Seasonless Tights in Jet Black. I'd never tried their tights before, and I was pleasantly surprised at how nice the quality was for being under $6. They're silky to the touch and the elasticity was actually a lot better than my more expensive tights, so they didn't stretch out or get saggy throughout the day. The tights are midweight and sheer black--perfect for spring, when it's just a little cold and you want to make sure your legs stay warm and covered.

I think solid black tights are a wardrobe staple that should be in everyone's closet. They're one of those basics that go with everything. Plus, they make your legs look super slim and long when you wear them with black shoes. For cold spring days, pair your favorite floral romper with a comfy oversized cardigan, solid black tights, and flat black booties for a laidback but feminine outfit.

Thank you so much to Hanes for the generous selection of tights and thigh highs! I also tried the Lace Thigh Highs in Jet Black and loved them (less opaque than the Seasonless Tights, very pretty lace detail, no-slip grip means they stay up all day), and I look forward to trying out the others as well. I'll let you know how I like the other shades and styles.

Tights, Thigh Highs, and Pantyhose (c/o Hanes; $5.97 each)

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

How do you wear tights in spring?


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