Dec 302013

IMG_1466At my job we really don’t have to dress up that much – but I still like to wear skirts and dress ~ during the summer I can go without nylons or something on my legs – but here in Portland during the winter I like to wear boots and tights. What I hate most about the tights with boots is that the feet on the tights wear pretty fast.  I get a hole in the toe area or they don’t fit right and I get a blister.  When I saw the bootights and darby’s from Shelby Mason I couldn’t wait to try them.

What is so different?  They are tights with socks for your feet. I would never have thought of that. My feet do get cold so the socks keep them warm and they help make the tights last longer -no holes in the toes.  Each time I wear them I think how comfortable they are. They stay in place and don’t bunch up.



Here are the darby’s by Shelby Mason – I love the flirty lace at the top. They make me feel sexy when I wear them.  They are perfect under boots and over my jeans.  They look good any way I wear them.  One of Rexy’s nieces saw them and she loves them! I think she was hoping I would give them to her – but I love them myself. They fit perfect and look good with so many of my outfits. They help keep my feet warm, no blisters and my feet don’t slide around inside my boots.

Both the bootights and the darby’s come in a number of fashionable colors and styles.  You can purchase yours HERE. You can also find them a few specialty stores.  You can stay connected on Facebook.


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