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!
Last of the bargains
Last of the bargains from my Tesco haul and I must say the last two pairs, this one and the last one, have been a surprise wear. Even though a bit long on the gusset area the tights on the legs have felt very supported and sturdy. I was never conscious of any falling down and the wrinkling was to a minimum. Very comfortable and the suction feeling when on was just right, no squashed toes.
Lastly, to brighten up my day I noticed all the spots I had on!
Bargain Bucket Specials
Welcome to bargain bucket special! Remember these,
well, I wore the sparkly multicoloured ones a few weekends ago and yesterday I wore the chevron ones for work. They were great, really comfortable, no slippage and they looked fab. Just the spotty ones to go.
I had glitter legs today and the effect was achieved by wearing a pair of Tesco, glitter tights. They sparkled and shimmered in the light. I was mesmerised by the colours it emitted. I could sit and watch the rainbows dance in front of my eyes for hours, like a moth to a light bulb.
BIG probem though, bagginess! You might be able to see the colours they produced but you might also be able to see my wrinkled ankles as well as my wrinkled knees, I felt like a newbie circus performer who’s been given the last acrobat’s full body leotard, baring in mind that I’m only 5 foot and the last performer’s inside leg length was 5 foot. I’m hoping a wash will shrink because as you can read the colours were fireflies foxtrotting in the garden of eden hypnotising simple folk like me.
Flowers in the Snow
Luckily for me these were not flowers in the snow today. Another one of my Christmas presents, this pair of tights are from Tesco. Quite comfortable with an all over pattern. In the bright lights with legs up high, the pattern seems quite bold but during daylight hours the tights are a little dark and the pattern seems a little lost.
I have found the last three days of hosiery choices have demonstrated that the supermarkets can be fashionable and can give any girl a trendy, sparky look. However, the feel is not luxurious. I have not experienced that silky, soft, ohhh touch as I have with a branded hose, but if it’s looking good you’re after then hey, it can be easily obtained on any budget.