While I’ve been a little apprehensive to pull out my favourite sheer tights this winter (this cold is extreme), my over-the-knee tights have been taking me everywhere!
Opaque until the thighs and sheer the rest of the way up, these tights can keep you warm and add a flirty touch to all your looks. I’m particularly loving the over-the-knee styles with polka dots and double stripes this season. They’re perfect to create a layered look and can add dimension to any outfit.
When it comes to wearing over-the-knee tights in the winter, I have 4 go-to outfits that are perfect to go from work to happy hour, and that can still keep me warm despite this brutal cold.
Here are 4 ways to wear over-the-knee tights in the winter and still keep warm!
With a Sweater Dress
A sweater dress is a wardrobe essential to survive the winter in style. Choose a sweater dress with a relaxed silhouette so you can feel comfy all day long and jazz up your look with over-the-knee stripe tights in the winter. Complete you outfit with a pair of combat boots and you’re ready to brave the cold all while looking good.
With Riding Boots
Get the perfect layered look by wearing a pair of riding boots with your over-the-knee-tights in the winter. The combo will elongate your legs and will look like you’re wearing an over-the-knee boot for a completely new look. Finish off your look with a statement coat and you’re ready to run the town in style.
With a Vest
Swap a cardigan or jacket with a long vest to create a stylish look. Layer a long sleeve top underneath it, add a skirt, and complete your look with over-the-knee stripe tights in the winter. The layers will protect you from the cold, while also elevating your look.
With an Oversized Sweater and Skirt
An oversized sweater and skirt combination is another great option to stay warm in the winter and on trend. Opt for a mini skirt and wear it with our over-the-knee tights with polka dots for a classy look. Finish off your look with a pair of ankle booties.
How do you like to wear your over-the-knee tights in the winter?