Remember when we put our thinking caps on to create the five new clothing mashups fashion would see in the future? Seems we forgot one that’s just oh-so necessary. Winter calls for boots galore, leading to many pairs of ruined tights from zipper snags and rubbing. Bootights are here to solve the problem. While most will simply, you know, wear socks over a pair of tights, Shelby Mason was disgraced during a business trip after she removed her boots in airport security to display a pair of white tube socks. The horror! Thus, Mason invented bootights and the shame of wearing white socks with black tights was forever gone. If you’re convinced you actually need these, buy your own pair at Dillard’s. Keep reading »
Combination clothes are nothing new. After all, jeggings have officially become a thing, we disclosed our love for bleggings, and shooties are all over department stores. Don’t know what those are? Here’s a quick refresher. Jeggings are jean leggings, bleggings are black leather leggings, and shooties are shoe booties, but that’s only the beginning. We’ve already predicted the future of combination clothes, but it seems we missed an option … sheggings.
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It’s no longer enough to wear a pair of shoes, a shirt, or a skirt. No, fashion has gotten so much more complicated. Now there are articles with names like shooties (pictured) and jeggings, because combination clothes are so hot right now. What began with the skort back in the ’60s has become a full-on pandemic this year. When will we let a pair of pants be a pair of pants? Not anytime soon. After the jump, five combination clothing items we see on the horizon. Keep reading »