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I just got these wonderful polka dot tight from We Love Colors. As I dream up ways to style them I thought it would be fun to take a look at how members of

Style Nation have styled their patterned tights.

Jenni from Pixie in Pumps submitted a great shot of her wearing heart patterned tights. I love them to pieces, apparently, she did too as they bit the dust during her photo shoot.

I saw the romance in a pair of lace pattern tights over at Haute Pink Pretty. Love her skirt too.

Over at Ashley Getting Dressed, Ashley put a pair of white patterned tights into a romantic look. She looks elegant and relaxed all at the same time.

Any styling suggestions for my awesome new tights? Looking for inspiration to style colored tights check out my 
EMWC: Colored Tights post.

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Katy of ModlyChic gave us a fun set of questions for this weeks Friend Friday. We are talking about color, and how we incorporate (or don’t for some) it into our wardrobes.  This week is also exciting, because,

We Love Colors is sponsoring it. A few of the bloggers were sent a pair of tights to try out, style, and fall in love with. Expect to see lots of color in everyones answers this week.

Shirt- Forever 21, Skirt- Motherhood Maternity,
(orchid pink)Tights- c/o We Love Colors Shoes- Payless

1. What color dominates your closet?
Blue is my favorite color, but after a mandate from the Mr. I began purchasing different colors. Surprisingly, purple became my replacement blue. At the moment I think I have a decent mix of colors.

 

2. If money weren’t an issue how would you change the color emphasis in your closet?
Honestly, I’m pretty happy with the color variations of my wardrobe. In the spirit of dreaming, I guess I would use my money to continue to add fun and interesting colors. Maybe some harder to work with shades. I hear neon bright colors are going to big this summer.
Ooh!!!! Shoes!!!! I change my answer. I would buy shoes in every color. I love colorful shoes!

 

3. What is your mantra about mixing color?
I don’t think I really have a mantra. I guess I try it out, and if I don’t like it I change. However, if you want to quote me on something I’ll go with, “If it is in the rainbow, it can be worn together.”
4. For you, how do you incorporate color into your outfits?
I try and wear at least one colored piece with every outfit. I grew up wearing a lot of black for ballet, so touches of color are more fun for me. It is a means of expression, instead of conforming to a dress code.

I also wear a lot of colored tights. Which after testing out these WLC babies I’ve found a new love. They are soft, warm, and durable. What more can you ask for from tights*?

5. Which blogger(s) do you think do a good job of incorporating color into their wardrobe?
I know I’m not the only one that will mention this lady, but Suze of Miss Vinyl Ahoy is a color mixing queen. I also think Franca of Oranges and Apples mixes colors together quite well. I really like Chelsea of Three Birds, but maybe it is more the bright wall she photographs in front of that always screams “color” to me.
*I wasn’t paid for a review of these tights. What I said is what I really think about them. We Love Colors is not a sponsor of NGF. However, I would love to work with them. Maybe do a giveaway!
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I felt very mod in this dress. I also matched the carpeting at my store. If you follow me on Twitter, you got to see the picture. (See! It pays to be a follower!) I was a bit cold, but the scarf took a bit of the edge off. Plus, I had a busy day at work. All the running around kept me warm.

The Scoop
Dres- Thrifted
Scarf- Second Hand
Tights- Target
Boots- Charlotte Russe

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I already mentioned that I need my hair done. After today’s photos I’m absolutely sick of my hair. I hope this is a case of blah/bad hair days as I still have another week before I can do anything about it.
Ok, enough complaining…How are things going for those of you participating in the 30 for 30 challenge? At this point, I’m happy with my outfit choices so far. Also, shopping band is still in tact! Husband is pretty happy about that one. Though truth be told I really don’t do that much shopping or spending.
The Scoop
Shirt- Target
Cardigan- Target
Skirt- Motherhood Maternity
Tights- Target
Shoes- Payless
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This week on NGF I’m featuring bloggers again. I wanted to show you guys how colored tights can really make the best out of an outfit. Basic black dress is classic, but add statement making tights and you’ve got a show stopper on your hands. Ok, now lets take a peak at some wonderful ladies and their colored tights!
Lets start with Tiffany of A Reason to be Fabulous. She choose to take a gray/black combo and amped it up with pink tights layered with black patterned fishnets. They look extra awesome paired with her platform Mary Janes.
Sydney of The Daybook takes a yellow skirt (that btw I’m jealous of), and paired it with a beautiful shade of purple tights. What makes this look even better is that her lipstick matches her tights, and she pulls it off with such sass.
Teri of RAGS against the MACHINE shows us that you age doesn’t matter when it comes to rocking colored tights.

At Scrap and Run Colleen matches her tights to her skirt, and comes away with a fantastic look! Remember, you don’t always have to choose contrasting tights. Sometimes matching tights really are the best choice.

Suze at Miss Vinyl Ahoy rocked green tights with her shorts, and really extended the line of her legs. Plus they are We Love Colors tights, so she was as warm as can be even in the winter.

Update:
I feel awful. I’ve been having difficulties with Blogger not saving draft while I’m editing posts. Because, of this I unintentionally didn’t include a great submission by Kileen of Cute and Little.

Up next on Every Man, Woman, and Child I’m taking a look at capes and ponchos. If you’ve got ‘em send me an email (noguiltfashion@gmail.com), or a tweet.

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