Lace, Leather, and Kushyfoot Legwear

Last Saturday night, I attended a fashion show downtown.  Deciding what to wear was a challenge because it was freezing in St. Louis that night.  After much deliberation, I opted for a look I had planned to wear before I knew how cold it would be.  I figured I could make the ensemble weather appropriate by adding a puffer coat and a pair of Kushyfoot fleece tights.

I received a few Kushyfoot legwear products for review purposes and planned to formally review the products later, but the chilly weather over the weekend called for a trial by fire of the tights I received.  The Kushyfoot fleece tights promised ultra warmth, opaque coverage, and cozy comfort—just what I needed to make my look work that night.  Let me tell you, these tights delivered on every single promise.

Lace, leather, pearls, and studs 4c

Lace, leather, pearls, and studs 1c2

Lace, leather, pearls, and studs 3c

Top—Cynthia Steffe | similar, similar, similar

Skirt—Vintage ℅ Savers | similar, similar

Tights—℅ Kushyfoot

Shoes—Fergalicious

Bag—Rebecca Minkoff

Earrings—Kate Spade | similarsimilar

Watch—Michael Kors | similar

Bracelet—Kate Spade | similarsimilar

Necklaces—J.Crew Factory, Vince Camuto | similar

Lip—Mac “Rebel” & Mac “Currant” lip pencil
Nails—OPI “Moon over Mumbai”

At $8.99 a pair, the fleece lined tights are affordable too.  Just the right price for stocking up on them, right?  Since I wear skirts and dresses all winter long, Kushyfoot fleece tights are a welcomed addition to my wardrobe.  

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Kushyfoot also carries a pair of fleece trouser socks that I can’t wait to wear under my favorite boots.
The brand is popular for its Flats to Go product, a portable flat for emergencies.  The
fleecy leopard pair I received will be tucked in my purse and ready to save my feet
when I travel this holiday season.

Disclosure: I received samples of Kushyfoot legwear for review purposes.  All of the images, ideas, and opinions shared are my own.

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9 Comments

  1. November 25, 2013 / 3:59 pm

    I need some portable flats like yesterday!!!!

  2. December 1, 2013 / 10:04 pm

    Can you elaborate a bit on the tights – how thick are they? Did your legs get super warm after wearing them for a while? What is the texture of the fleece? Sorry – I'm a bit of a weirdo when it comes to cold-weather clothing; I do not like to get too warm when wearing things…but I hate giving up on dresses and skirts in the winter, so these seem like a great option!

    • December 2, 2013 / 2:08 pm

      You bet! On the outside, the tights look and feel like typical opaque tights. They are lined with a fine layer of fleece. The fleece is especially soft and smooth. I get itchy with many pairs of sweater tights, but these are perfectly smooth and non-irritating. When I put the tights on, I didn't feel much warmer than in usual tights, but once outside in the cold, I noticed a difference. It's as if the lining helped break the chilly winds and kept me warmer outside. I was at an event all night in them and the tights felt really cozy…not overly warm at all. I also hate getting too warm wearing things.

      Thanks so much for following up with a question!