What color hosiery should I wear with silver shoes & a black dress? I am going to a wedding in December at a big city hotel. Black tie preferred is stated on the invitation.

What color hosiery should I wear with silver shoes & a black dress?The right color hosiery can make your outfit. If your silver shoes are closed toe pump or sling back style you can wear ultra sheer neutral color, sheer black or black opaque hosiery. If your shoes have open toes wear sheer black, black opaque or toeless nude color stockings / pantyhose with your black dress and silver shoes. You cannot go wrong wearing an LBD (little black dress) to black tie wedding.


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