We Love Colors

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Tulle Dress: Eli Tahari, Tights: We Love Colors, Shoes: Via Spiga

These gorgeous tights were given to me from the amazing tights brand We Love Colors! I love the bold red hue so much. I haven’t been able to find the perfect shade of red tights for quite a while so I was so excited when We Love Colors said they were sending me a pair in Scarlet Red. I am lusting over the material as well. It’s soft and a little thicker, perfect for the chilly days. I paired these with my tulle Eli Tahari dress and a black blazer. I cannot wait to wear this tulle dress again in the Spring time because it really looks angelic in the sun! And I love how tulle is coming back in a big way, with all the new Rodarte dresses floating about! 🙂

I also want to thank you all for the great feedback on my blog. It makes me really happy to post and share my style! Thank you!
Have a happy NEW YEAR!

xoxo, Natalie

146 Responses to We Love Colors

  1. fashionforwriters says:

    We love tights is the best ever, and I’m excited to see so many bloggers wear red tights, which used to be my favorite color, but now I never get to wear red tights anymore. The shoes are darling, and the white dress already looks angelic!

    xo Jenny

  2. DIANA DYE says:

    Ok I love the blazer, in my opinion a simple blazer could make an outfit walk a runway, I love the rebellious accessories. The shoes give me a punk-rock vive so care-free and young, combined with those amazing scarlet red tights wow you can’t go wrong! I love the dress it’s completely different I feel like it’s a magical dress very fairy tale like, so flowy, white and simple love the outfit and thanks for being so sweet and thanking us for reading your blog when we should thank you for your amazing inspiration!

  3. P' says:

    Really nice idea to wear these red tights with this innocent white dress, it’s really beautiful, I love this contrast… It make me think about Lolita!
    Kisses from Paris,

  4. disa says:



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *