Super Cute Ways To Style Your Leggings! | POPxo

Super Cute Ways To Style Your Leggings!

Super Cute Ways To Style Your Leggings!
Jet black tights and jeggings are one of the must-have basics in every girl’s wardrobe! It’s popular because of its versatile nature. By putting your creativity and quirkiness to the test, you can make them look even cooler. Girls, if you love the sound of that, then get ready to make heads turn this winter by following this awesomesauce DIY video! What You Will Need:
  • Pair Of Black Tights
  • Old Fabric
  • Tailor’s Chalk
  • Pair Of Scissors
  • Fabric Glue
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Style #1: The Patchy Tights

The best part about this style is that it’s not only really easy to do, but also gives your basic tights a fashionable streak! Step 1 - Take any old fabric and neatly fold it up. Step 2 - Now, take your tailor’s chalk and mark the half oval (or any desired shape). Step 3 - Once that’s done, cut the oval shape using a pair of scissors. Step 4 - Take both the freshly cut out fabric patches, and apply fabric glue over them. Step 5 - Paste the patches on your tights and leave them to dry. Voila! You’re done.

Style #2: The Heart Tights

Adorable, classy and trendy. These three words describe the ‘heart tights’ perfectly. Learn how to make yours today! Step 1 - Turn your tights inside out. Step 2 - Take the area that fits on your knees. Step 3 - Hold the fabric together to cut the half heart. Step 4 - Get hold of another coloured fabric and using the tailor’s chalk draw an oval shape, keeping in mind that the fabric cut should be bigger than the size of the heart. Step 5 - Using your fabric glue, paste the patch onto the tights. Step 6 - Wait for them to dry and then turn your tights inside out again. That’s how easy it is! MUST-READ: 5 AMAZING Fashion Hacks That’ll Make Every Girl’s Life Easier! MUST-READ: 4 Fab Ways To Style Your Dupatta (Not Just With Indian Wear!)