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Bootights are taking the hassle out of winter dressing. Founder Shelby Mason has created a line of hosiery that combines tight uppers attached to sock bottoms to prevent women from having to slip on heavy socks over thin hosiery in cold months. The line, which features three core colors — black, chocolate and charcoal — and a designer floral collection, is set to retail for $30. The idea, Mason said, came to her on a cold Chicago day when she had to take off her boots at the airport security line, only to reveal gray tights covered in white tube socks. The collection, made at the North Carolina mills of Wells and Slane, is offered at Dillard’s and includes eight styles in ankle and mid-calf sock heights. Exclusive fishnet and argyle styles priced at $32 will be offered at Bootights.com. Marcie Young

 

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