Best Find Of The Day: Tights For Boots (Socks Included)

January 6, 2010 by Eileen Conlan
shefinds | Style

We’ve been living in boots this winter, plus we’re always on board to some money and multi-task, so naturally, we liked these tights with built-in socks. Instead of buying extra pairs of socks to layer over our tights, now we can just pull on these  Bootights. And let’s face it, anything that saves us a tiny bit of extra time in the morning, (and involves a little less laundry) is pretty cool, too. Get a few pairs: one for your booties, and one (or more) for your tall boots, at $21 each:


These mid-calf Bootights work under taller boots, and are equipped with moisture wicking technology to keep your feet dry.


If you’ve got a thing for booties, try these ankle Bootights–they’re padded with the same cushioning on ankle socks.

Check out our guides to tights, plus these ultra chic rain boots and our favorite grown-up UGGs.


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