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sweetheart Thu 18-Dec-14 09:49:31

I'm planning to wear this dress to a function tomorrow. I don't want to be cold but I don't have a black cardigan that goes. I do however have a navy blue cardigan that my question is....

I can't wear black tights with a navy cardigan, I do own some navy tights and shoes so should I go with that or is it too matchey matchey? I was going to dress it up with some gold accessories.

What do you think?

Skinheadmermaid Thu 18-Dec-14 11:45:14

I think black and navy look chic together. I would still wear black tights and keep the navy shoes.
Navy tights and shoes sound a bit 60s doctor on house call.

sweetheart Thu 18-Dec-14 12:28:40

sad I can't get my head around navy and black together.

Skinheadmermaid Thu 18-Dec-14 12:53:40

um, nude tights maybe?
Or coral shoes, to match the dress?

MelanieCheeks Thu 18-Dec-14 12:55:24

Navy cardigan and shoes, with nude tights. What colour bag?

Catswiththumbs Thu 18-Dec-14 12:57:47

I can't imagine neither black tights or navy in any form going with that dress.

Have you got anything else you could wear?

Greengardenpixie Thu 18-Dec-14 13:12:21

I and navy..not good together!
Black tights and shoes and black cardi imo

Greengardenpixie Thu 18-Dec-14 13:13:28

The problem is the dress is nice but....its a summery type dress and thats why anything but bare legs is difficult to pull off.

sweetheart Fri 19-Dec-14 10:22:31

OK thanks, I brought some thicker nude tights so going with those with blue cardi and shoes. I think I'll take either a beige and tan bag or a little gold clutch depending on how much I need to carry

polyhymnia Fri 19-Dec-14 11:05:03

Good call - was going to say nude tights plus navy cardi and shoes.

kaykayred Fri 19-Dec-14 11:29:44

I'd go for navy tights with the navy cardy, and then nude shoes.

Thick nude tights can look ...a bit mannequin esque.

RonaldMcDonald Fri 19-Dec-14 11:38:21

nude legs navy cardi/shoes
not black and navy

not too much gold if any at all

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