Getting used to this winter weather
I’m a bit out of practice and still getting used to this winter weather. All I want to do is veg at home in some comfy clothes. This blog has needed me to wear a dress and tights so I have to look presentable.
My plan to wear new hosiery or any of my award winners or runner ups is creating a bit of a brainache. The majority of my winners weren’t exactly winners because of their practical properties of keeping me warm. They had super irresistibly powers of design and being unique and standing out. Which means in order for me to share these powers I had to wear clothes that showed them off and made my very short legs into a a visible display cabinet for these tights. As my body adjusts to the weather I am modelling today a pair of tights which did provide me with warmth and was also part of my winners/runnerups collection. Trasparenze Odeline. Look at that pattern, I loose myself in a pattern like that. They were also warm and most of all I remembered this as soon as I put them on, their feel. They feel so soft, so cosy. Just like staying at home and vegging in comfy clothes.
Back to norm
It’s mid October and we’re back to norm. The trees are starting to look bare and there’s always a slight chill in the air. We have ways of making it less horrible, by wearing these tights again.
Tesco chevron hosiery, bargain bucket deal last seen in March when I went for a quick grocery shop and found these. Paired with a red suede dress and knee high boots, I had the sophisticated urban look to a tee!
Beautiful checks! Season award runner up, Wolford Kate tights. A big bold check pattern that looks fantastic. Wolford tights always deliver with great designs and comfort. This one doesn’t disappoint and have been a delight to wear again.
¡Vamos Tienga! What prizes did the winners and runner ups receive from being marvellous hosiery? The answer to that is they get worn again and I plan their wear in a very precise and meticulous way.
¡Vamos Tienga! has a double meaning today. First being Let’s go Tienga, let’s make this day worthwhile and joyful. The second there’s a hole in my beloved Tienga and so I will have to let them go at the end of today. Jonathan Aston Tienga tights was first featured in the first month of Hose Of Fun and made such a good impression that I wore them again in April Tienga!
The reason they were winners? The pattern. It’s clearly defined and visible. It’s unusual and has pizzazz. The tights look quite long before I put them on, so long I worry that they’ll be excess and I’ll have bunching around the ankles and not enough stretch to see the pattern. As you can see this pair of hosiery does no such thing. They have impressed me each time I’ve worn them and it is with great sadness that today will be their last.