No Nonsense…Comfortable, Stylish and Affordable!

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How often do you find an item you love to wear, that looks great, is comfortable and affordable?

Not very often, right?

Well No Nonsense has teamed up with fashion expert Jill Martin to create a new line of No nonsense tights and leggings in fantastic colors and patterns.

I’m pretty much in love with them. I could live in leggings!  Who wouldn’t love leggings?

Leggings are as comfortable as pajamas, but make almost any outfit appear dressy.

No Nonsense sent me a pair of leggings and  tights and I will say that they are great quality and super comfortable!

I’m not just saying that. I have a lot of leggings and their’s are the softest and most comfortable that I’ve ever tried. The top of them hits at a nice waist level, and the tights have a comfortable, but thick enough top, to create a smooth mid-line.  After having 5 kids, this is pretty necessary for me!

What are my favorites in this new collection?

The red leggings, the jean leggings, the colored tights and the lace tights (personal fave).

To see more colors and styles, check out this quick video.

Like I had mentioned before, No Nonsense sent me a pair of leggings and tights.

Here is a picture of the tights.

They really are extremely comfortable and hit at a nice waist level, holding in the area below the navel.

The leggings were so soft and comfortable. I would highly recommend them.

Wear them with any longer shirt of sweater. I add a belt and boots to just about everything this time of year. It makes it easy and comfortable to look dressy.

The No nonsense tights and leggings are affordable and can be found at most food and drug stores, as well as mass retail.

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Keep the No nonsense tights and leggings in mind when thinking about your 2013 wardrobe choices! They are a great idea for affordable style!


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