Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Sponsored Post: My No nonsense Style


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of No nonsense. 
All opinions are 100% mine!



When No nonsense asked me to do a sponsored post, I was more than a little skeptical. How could this affordable brand, available at mass retail and drug stores, compete with my usual high end obsessions?
As soon as I opened the box, I knew I was wrong. I couldn't believe how soft, sexy, and well made they seemed!

As I pulled on the first pair (the opaque footless tights in black), I immediately noticed the easy stretch.
I'm a clumsy girl and I'm always worried about ripping my tights but these rolled on easy (and have stayed snag free over multiple wears) and helped hold in my winter weight!  Not something I would expect if I had picked them up at Target!


Tonight, I wore these with my favorite black shift dress from H&M to a blogger event in Boston.



Bostonista x No nonsense



The second pair of No nonsense tights in the box were a little bit harder for me to even try on. I'm not really a "fishnets" kind of girl so it was a challenge to work them into my closet! I decided to embrace the spirit and go full on bombshell. So, for a date night, I put on my favorite red mini dress with the No nonsense Lace Openwork tights and peep toes.

Bostonista x No nonsense 2

From Top: Z Spoke by Zac Posen Dress (similar here), ASOS Bow Belt with Metal, Nasty Gal Armour Envelope Clutch, No nonsense Lace Net Openwork Tights, Guess Gavrila Suede Heels
I probably won't be picking up another pair of fish nets any time soon but it was fun to try something different.

I love that I can just run up the street to CVS, grab a pair of No nonsense leggings or tights for under $10 knowing that they are actually going to withstand the T!
If you're still not convinced the folks at No nonsense have put together a fun video filled with styling ideas!


Find your pair of affordable No nonsense tights and leggings here.
I was sponsored by No nonsense for this opportunity.
All opinions are my own.

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