When I woke up this morning, it was was 13°F. In “Ye Olde College Days,” I’d probably have rolled over, burrowed under the covers, and gone back to sleep, grumbling that it was way too cold to be outside.
Alas, I am an honest-to-goodness grownup now and the bills must get paid. To celebrate the day I realized my childhood was gone forever, I’m listing 13 fabulous winter tights…one for every degree Fahrenheit.
I’m forever on the lookout for new legwear, so if you have any tights recommendations, please let me know!
The cheapest fishnet tights I’ve seen anywhere and available in 10 colors to boot! Definitely worth stocking up on, especially as a layering piece.
Another great basic, I reviewed these tights here and still think they’re wonderful. With 51 colors to choose from, you’re sure to find something for every outfit.
I’m a big fan of this season’s polka dot trend, and I love Asos’ cute and chic take on it. The subtle design adds something special to any outfit.
I love these. The dots are noticeable without being overpowering. Plus, the price is just right.
It was hard to choose just one look from Henry Holland’s uber-popular capsule tights collection, but I picked these because I think they’d work with everything. So cheeky!
Jonathan Aston is my go-to brand for fashionable hosiery on a budget. They take the best looks from Wolford and replicate them for the masses.
My second selection from Free People, I really dig the boho/hippie/farmgirl vibe of these tights, plus they look super-warm to boot!
After drooling over these tights for several months, I think it’s time to buckle down and buy them. I bet the spiral pattern is very slimming.
One of the best purchases I’ve made this year, hands down, I wear these tights all the time and everyone I encounter absolutely raves about them.
If I learned anything while backpacking in Europe, it’s that continental ladies love their legwear. I’m happy to see Dollhouse Bettie is bring some of that style over here.
How can I talk about tights without talking about Wolford? If I’m not mistaken, this is the first Winter they’ve debuted a mid-season collection, and it’s even better than the first one.