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Denim skirt... what tights/boots?

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MrsPlugThePlumber Fri 21-Sep-12 09:29:36

Help! I have a great denim skirt but can't figure out what colour thick tights/boots go with it...

Is my denim skirt doomed?

Sorry it's not a very exciting question!

MrsPlugThePlumber Fri 21-Sep-12 11:23:14

I thought thick grey tights would go well, but they look strange.

Not sure about black and denim...

bagpuss Fri 21-Sep-12 11:25:37

Marking my place, would like to know the answer to this too!

Sheldonella Fri 21-Sep-12 11:36:33

I wear thick tights with mine in several different colours (apart from blue that looks like the denim). I usually wear black or brown knee length boots with them.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 21-Sep-12 12:33:02

What are you putting on the top half?

I've got a nice denim skirt ,just above knee length.
I'd put it with black opaque tights, long black flat boots (or heels but I can't walk in heels grin ) and a black twinset.

Then pretend to be very sophisticated and understated. wink

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 21-Sep-12 12:35:39

I did think about putting it with my lace tights but I'd look like Shurl from Eastenders blush confused

Dollydowser Fri 21-Sep-12 12:55:29

Links to denim skirts please grin

Dollydowser Fri 21-Sep-12 12:56:16

I normally wear Falke blue tights and black boots.

Patsy99 Fri 21-Sep-12 13:13:19

I'm wearing this Gap denim skirt with 100 denier black opaques (M&S) and black ankle boots:-

hillyhilly Fri 21-Sep-12 13:15:54

I got great black Calvin Klein herringbone tights from tk maxx 2 pairs for £7.99 this week, I also buy woolly tights in black from h&m kids section, the 13-14yr old fit (I'm 5'4" size 10).

MrsPlugThePlumber Fri 21-Sep-12 16:31:46

Ooh, will check TKMaxx, thanks!

Herringbone/a pattern sounds good, glad to know black opaque looks fine,

Glad I'm not the only one... smile

CountryBelle Fri 21-Sep-12 16:57:05

Navy woolly tights (m and s) with tan or brown boots should def look good. Dont really like black with denim!

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