I remember back in the day I use to purposely cut holes in my tights just to be a bit different and got weird looks and beats from my parents for it and now look, people are paying money to wear tights with big holes in them, I say I was just ahead of my time...lol
Hey Beautiful People, hope you are all having a great day. I am Dee and this is my first feature for CHM and I am so excited to be part of the community and conversations on here. You can find out a little bit more about me through my social channels, usual links below.
So let's talk Tights, especially fishnet tights as they are officially fashionable again! Seen on the runways of designers such as Jeremy Scott to Simons Rocha's AW16 shows, the hosiery has become a celebrity favourite. Previously seen as a uniform for ladies of the night the fishnet has definitely already gained its place as one of 2017's most worn accessory.
WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL?
by Dee @asaradee
14th MAR 2017
Jacket zara (similar at Primark https://www.primark.com/en/product/blue-oversized-ripped-jacket,r35397152906027 )
White T-Shirt – H&M
Tights – H&M/New Look/Topshop
Glasses from Zara (old stock) get similar at https://www.therumour-mill.com/collections/accessories/products/zena-aviator-clear-specs
Bag Prada – Similar via Net-A-Porter https://www.net-a-porter.com/gb/en/product/817970/prada/textured-leather-shoulder-bag
I decided to take a different spin on it as I'm not really one to follow trends and went with pattern mesh option. Styling it with a white baggy plain tee and a distress stoned washed denim jacket, deets in the links below. What do you think? Did I nail it or Nah? Let me know in the comments below.
Till next time beautiful people, always remember there is no such thing as ‘overdressed’.