Monday, 23 May 2016

Neutral Leggings #OOTD

Whether we like to admit it or not, and love them or hate them, leggings have become a 'staple' piece in any girls wardrobe these days lets face it. Gone are the days that they would only be worn as an alternative to tights under dresses or long tops. Now, you see them teamed with anything from tees, hoodies and even matching two-pieces. 

If you scroll through the likes of Instagram you will see exactly what I mean, online 'boutiques' are full of them and not only do leggings come in the typical black and grey but they are available in so many different colours, prints and patterns and at a variety of costs. 

I recently came across an Instagram page called NKC Clothing which deals in the neutral shades and tones of leggings which is of course very on trend right now. With the likes of nudes, khakis, browns and light pinks for example.

 What I like about them is the ease of them and the fact they can be worn with so many different things to create different looks and because they are affordable and versatile you can switch it up a lot. They're figure hugging in all the right places and if bought in the correct size (yes believe me I have seen people wearing them either too small or even too big) then they can look good whether worn with sandals, sneakers or even heels. 

I picked up a pair from NKC Clothing in the shade 'latte' and I think they are reasonably priced at £12 a pair. Currently you can order them via email or DM as their website is currently under construction, but they are very helpful and always on hand to help.

They are of a good quality fabric and not see through when on, they fit comfortably and I'd definitely recommend them. I can't wait to purchase a couple more, had great compliments when wearing them!

Shop the post ... 

Leggings in shade latte - nkc_clothing on Instagram
Beige top - Daisy Street via ASOS here
Sliders - Kurt Keiger (last season)
Silk bomber jacket - Topshop here
White crop tee - Topshop similar here
Christian Louboutin Pigalles 100mm Nude here  


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