Many of us here at ModCloth, myself included, aren’t willing to forgo dresses and miniskirts just because, baby, it’s cold outside. But sometimes, when the wind chill is high and the barometer reading is low, one steps outside and can’t help but think, “Warm arms, cold legs…can lose.”
The ModStylists® are here to help! The solution? It’s seriously simple: layering. It’s not just for tops, sweaters, and coats, folks!
- The key to leg layering is… socks. Don’t fear the socks! You could do a single pair of socks, but you can also do socks on socks on socks, scrunching each pair down to show off the different colors and textures.
- Add a fun pop to cold-weather ensembles by pairing bold, patterned tights with a neutral dress and solid socks!
- Be sure your socks are complementary to your tights. These solid-color tights look fab when layered with these socks (add an extra layer of warmth by adding this pair to the mix, too), and these wintry tights will keep you feeling snuggly and stylish when worn with these two-tone socks.
Feeling ModStylist Chelsea’s lovely look above? She’s rocking the Amazing Assistant Tights in Green, Greet Your Day Socks in Black, No Place Stride Rather Be Boots in Black, Sweet Nightspot Dress, Charm in the Chill Coat, and Hooray of Light Necklace.
+ How do you layer your legs for winter skirt-wearing?