Tuesday, January 11, 2011
--Please make sure there are NO holes or runs in them.
--Please make sure they are the NON-reinforced toes.
--Make sure the seam of the tight is straight so it is ultimately invisible.
--I would not recommend wearing nude or tan tights or nylons anymore. If you have some, throw them out.
Opaques tights my favorite. They are slimming and come in so many fun colors and patterns. They last a lot longer since they are thicker too. I also love textured and colored nylons but I just bought a pair a month ago that were argyle and now they already have a run in them so I threw them away.
The other question many people have is, "Can you wear open toed shoes in the winter?" The answer is yes. I wear them all the time with my opaque tights. I made the mistake once of wearing them when it suddenly started to snow and while they looked fabulous, my feet were soaking and freezing the whole night. Take note of that mistake.
Another concern that all of you should know is that open toed shoes does not mean sandals. No, you cannot wear strappy sandals in the winter and it is pretty questionable if you can wear tights with them either. They tend to get bunchy.
Another absolute must, if you are going to wear an open toed shoe. Please have your toes Pedicured!
No chipped polish or bare unkempt nails.
Vocabulary term-- Peep toe- all the shoes in the photo above are called Peep toed shoes. They just let your toes peep out slightly. LOVE THEM! Go and get some. They have so many different sizes of heals and every color you can think of.