The term ‘nude’ can be a bit of a misnomer for most people.
Back when Kate Middleton was media fashion darling, people wouldn’t shut up about the leg-lengthening properties of some nude court heels.
The colour of those L.K. Bennett pumps, though, were only a match for a small part of the population. For anyone wearing a shade of foundation that isn’t Ecru, they might as well have been white stilettos.
In recent times, Christian Louboutin have extended their range of nude shoes, and we have Rihanna to thank for starting the trend of diversity in cosmetics (which really shouldn’t be considered a trend).
Now, Bianca Miller London have done the same with hosiery, so you don’t have to be freezing to look ‘bare legged’.
Shades start at ‘powder’, which is a pale tone, and go right up to mocha to suit darker legs. You choose your perfect shade by matching it against high street foundation colours and going from there.
You might remember Bianca from The Apprentice, where she made the finals and pitched this idea to Alan Sugar. Despite not bagging the top spot, though, she decided to continue with the business idea – recognising a gap in the market.
Fake tan or body makeup can get you the desired colour you want, but aside from having a waxer on hand, exfoliating daily, and living somewhere warm, you might suffer from blotchy or patchy skin tone.
These tights come in sizes S/M to L/XL, and go right up to the waist to avoid that awkward indent at your hips. And at only £12, you won’t feel too bad if you end up laddering them.
With Christmas party season upon us, the age old dilemma of tights or no tights will come up only too often. Tights means feeling all covered up, but go bare and you may just freeze your pins off.
For people like me who don’t fit the orange, sparkly ‘warm tan’ colour nude tights have always come in, there’s finally a middle ground.
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