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No nonsense Tights and Leggings: Style Made Easy
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of No nonsense for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
I used to be a fashionable person. I love trendy clothing and loved clothes in general. But that was way back in my 20's. Before kids and well… life!
This year, I was excited to try out some of the No nonsense tights and leggings along with some of the more trendy pieces of clothing that I have picked out for this Fall.
Here are the two outfits that I put together:
In the bottom outfit, notice how the colored tights completely change the look of the outfit? It looks so much better and really make the perfect outfit for Fall.
I received black leggings and teal tights. Both are soft and well made. Each pair handled multiple washings and still look brand new.
No nonsense tights and leggings can be easily found at food & drug stores as well as mass retail stores at a very affordable price.
Jill Martin, an Emmy Award-winning TV personality, co-author of the New York Times bestselling style guide “I Have Nothing to Wear!” and the New York Correspondent for Access Hollywood, is the new brand ambassador for No nonsense. She will be assisting No nonsense this fall with educating women on how to wear the brand’s new colorful and high-impact tights and leggings through several exciting initiatives. Jill will be featured in a series of online vignettes that show women how to wear the latest trends that include colored tights and essential leggings. She will also be active on social media, providing fashion tips via Twitter and will be featured in a Facebook contest where a winner and her friend will meet Jill in NYC for a shopping spree and lots of great style advice.
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