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Layering Socks & Tights: How to Style Tights & Socks

Posted by Stacie McLean on

Layering for Little Legs: How to Style Tights & Socks

Winter days call for warmer wardrobes. When it comes to your little one's winter layers, you’ve probably already got their top half covered with bonnets & hats , cardigans and that just right sweater. And maybe you’ve already picked out the shoes that are going to get through the season. But, don’t leave out those little legs!

For seasonally smart looks, pair up and up and wear those tights, socks & knee high socks for that extra layer of warmth, and for extra style!

 Layer Summer Styles

Long lace socks & tights



Classical Child Tip:  Lace Socks shouldn't be just for Summer!  Get extra wear from your child's summer socks by layering over the top of plain tights, add an extra pop of colour and texture.  Try our Short or Long Lace Socks.

Pictured:  Plain Ribbed Tights, Long Lace Socks

 

 Tonal Layering

tights for babies nz

All our socks & tights are from the same factory and come in the same shades, layer socks over tight in the same shades for a fresh look.  Or for tonal shades play with various shades of the same colour hue, mix & match from our range, try a pair of our Warm Openwork Camel Tights with a pair of Stone Ribbed Socks, or to switch up the textures try a pair of our Clay Ribbed Tights with some Long Side Detail Socks in Rust



Pictured:  Plain Ribbed Tights, Long Side Detail Socks

 

 Colour Blocking

colour blocking with socks

For a pop of colour try contrasing colours!  Go as bright as possible, try our Mustard Tights with a pair of Red Socks




















Pictured:  Ribbed Tights, Ribbed Socks

 

What's your favourite colour combo?  Let us know in the comments below, or send us images to classicalchild@classicalchild.nz or tag us on social media instagram @classical_child  facebook @classicalchildclothing


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