These Burlington waves design were a bit of a let down. Sorry for the wobbly picture. The design was OK. Black with a kind of purple tinge to try and make the pattern pop. This didn’t make it pop but it did allow you to see the wavey line design.
I’m a short girl and the last thing I want is a pair of hosiery that’s so long that the pattern vanishes amongst all the wrinkles and lack of stretch and the continuous pulling up of nylons but on the other hand I dislike even more the other side of the story. When a pair of tights is too short that I look so sexy even with the continuous pulling up of nylons and the amount of lycra squashes your toes until I feel like a bound footed Chinese lady from the old days. My poor toes! I suppose on really cold days I double up on knickers and go for the superhero look to keep these up.
What to wear when it rains
What to wear when it rains, well the answer to that is TIGHTS! So I thought the summer was well and truly here but this wet stuff called rain always gets in the way and spoils my attempts to get rid of my Vitamin D deficiency, oh well, I’ll just have to keep taking the tablets.
Burlington hosiery, part of the Falke name. No name for the pattern but they are a grey checked “argyle”.
I knew it was going to be a bad day when I put my fingers through them as I was putting them on, luckily it was near the top and so my dress covered the hole up. However, the bad luck was not restricted to just my hole, they do fall these tights and so a little pulling up was required during the day. That’s the worse of my luck so not really such a bad pair of hosiery really.