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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fox View Post
    I like wearing black opaque tights with a dress its much warmer too. Dont get the see through black stockings that will look crapola you need the thicker ones but not leggings
    Totally agree with this

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    I have black opaque's but wasn't sure about them.

    I like the idea of patterned ones.

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    To throw a spanner in the works, my second little black dress (my back up one) has a silver sparkle glitter through it, obviously you can't wear patterned stockings with that could you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Skin coloured should always be out!! lol
    Maybe we should tell Kate Middleton 

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    Black patterned, depending on what the dress actually looks like.

    Something like these...

    http://shessmart.com/wp-content/uplo...ned-tights.jpg
    http://www3.images.coolspotters.com/...ts-profile.jpg
    http://s8.thisnext.com/img/shop/497610.jpg <--- though these may look really old lady if the dress is really plain and boring and modestly cut
    http://images.asos.com/inv/y/18/274/...k/image1xl.jpg

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    You should post a pic of the dresses and the shoes! (You in them, preferably!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Black patterned, depending on what the dress actually looks like.

    Something like these...

    http://shessmart.com/wp-content/uplo...ned-tights.jpg
    http://www3.images.coolspotters.com/...ts-profile.jpg
    http://s8.thisnext.com/img/shop/497610.jpg <--- though these may look really old lady if the dress is really plain and boring and modestly cut
    http://images.asos.com/inv/y/18/274/...k/image1xl.jpg
    I like the ones in the last link.
    My shoes are exactly that. The dress isn't tight fitting though.

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    Hi Bambino, I personally think if you are wearing a black dress and black shoes that black stocking would just be a bit to much. I think you should go with the tanned satin finish ones and add a little accesories,

    Perfect!

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    http://www.productappeal.com/.a/6a00...9e33970b-800wi

    Something like this....but the dress sits just above the knee.

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    Black is back especially in cooler weather. I have a party next weekend and doing the black stocking, makes your legs look longer by not chopping your outfit up, important for a shorty like me


 

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