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Who Wears Tights and Leggings?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of No nonsense for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone today?  We went out for a while this morning and took pictures of the snow, frozen water, frozen falls, etc.  It looked really pretty and we now have some GREAT pictures!

How many of you wear No nonsense tights and leggings?  I love wearing tights or leggings under my skirt, jumper, or dress.  They keep me warmer, and look great under my skirt!  I prefer darker colors that will go with almost anything, but occasionaly I will choose a certain color to match a certain outfit.  

I created the collage below on  I would love an outfit like that!  



No nonsense tights are very affordable and you can purchase them at food, drug, and mass retail stores.  I have some other news for you!  Jill Martin (Jill is a Fashion Expert, Emmy Award-winning TV personality, and co-author of New York Times bestselling style guide "I Have Nothing to Wear!".) is teaming up with No nonsense to become the new Brand Ambassador and Style Expert!  She will be featured in a whole series of vignettes (online) that allow show how to wear some of the latest trends (tights and leggings).  Keep an eye on your social media accounts because Jill will be sharing tips on Twitter, and will be featured in a Facebook Contest.  Make sure you check out the video below with Jill Martin...

Make sure you go like No nonsense on Facebook and follow them on twitter @benononsense to stay up with their latest news, tips, etc.  Do you enjoy wearinf tights or leggings?  Is there a certain style that you wear, certain colors that you prefer, do you like them textured or not textured?  Leave a comment and let us know!  

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Coolestmommy said…
I like wearing tights/leggings. Thank you for the information and links. I need to order some new colors and replace my black ones.

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