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Out of the woods

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Great Britain-based clothing line Mini Boden has created a line of colorful, woodland-themed novelty tights that finally put a fashionable focus on those long neglected joints — the knees! Choose from berry and purple tights with sweet, orange-faced foxes at the knees; or a fountain blue and gray version with purple and yellow birds at the knee; or blueberry-and-white striped tights with bold red hearts at the knee. These cotton-rich tights include 24-percent nylon and 3 percent elastane, and they’re machine washable. Girls ranging in age from 18 months-to-two-years all the way up to 11-to-12-years old will keep cozy and warm all winter long with a pair of these adorable tights.

Mini Boden Novelty Tights, $18, www.BodenUSA.com.

Updated 7:09 pm, October 28, 2016
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