Patterned and Colored Tights: Wardrobe Refresh

Patterned and colored tights breathe new life into your winter wardrobeDo you get the January blues? Around this time of year, it’s often cold and gray outside. The holidays are over. And, I am heartily tired of every single thing in my closet. Unfortunately, I am still receiving bills from Christmas. So, major shopping is a major no-no. But, I have one trick that brightens my spirits, and my wardrobe, without breaking the bank. Fun new patterned and colored tights from Berkshire Hosiery!

A whimsical addition to an otherwise ho-hum work ensemble is an inexpensive and simple way to brighten my day. And, Berkshire Hosiery has something for every style. Here are two of my top picks from their latest collection of patterned and colored tights:

Sheer Dot Two-Tone Tights

According to Harper’s Bazaar, “If the latest collection from Tom Ford is anything to go by, when it comes to tights: the bolder, the better.” And, these tights don’t disappoint. An eye-catching, contrasting white dot on a sheer black field elevates even a (yawn!)  plain black or gray dress.

These tights are not only stylish, they are also wonderfully well made. Like all of the pieces from Berkshire Hosiery, these tights are made right here in the USA from premium yarns. The quality is unmistakable.

And, unlike some other tights, these are truly comfortable. Not only do they boast a control top (a must-have, post-Christmas), they also feature a non-binding waistband and easy-on stretch, thanks to a little extra spandex. There’s even knit-in ventilation for breathability. Retail: $11.00

Easy On Cooling Comfy Control Tights in Garnet Red

Patterned and colored tights breathe new life into your winter wardrobeIf you haven’t already gotten a pair of colored tights for winter, go right now.

Colored tights are currently having a moment. Although colors have been quietly creeping up on us for some time now, this fall, the runways were filled with tights in every shade from vibrant orange to neon pink.

If those hues are a bit too over-the top for you, you can still rock the colored tight trend with a solid. Colored tights in a contrasting shade to a skirt of dress can add just the pop of color needed to fight off the winter doldrums. Bonus! A monochromatic ensemble makes you look taller and leaner.

These garnet tights by Berkshire Hosiery, shown, are the perfect choice. These are not only a lovely shade, they also have just the barest bit of shimmer, seamlessly transitioning from day to night.

An easy fit waistband and built-in moisture-wicking control top make them wonderfully comfortable, even all day. And, the extra stretch means you won’t fight sags or bags… ever. Retail $16 or 2 for $26

Want even more patterned and colored tights? Berkshire Hosiery has an incredible range of options. To see more, visit Berkshire Hosiery.

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DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. I did, however, receive samples of the patterned and colored tights described, in order to fully evaluate the products and provide honest feedback. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I believe will be beneficial for my readers.

PHOTOS: Used with permission by Berkshire Hosiery.

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