Just before Christmas I went and had a Next spree. The local outlet store sells discounted hosiery for £1 a pair so I bought five or six. They’re great, patterned and some unusual colours too. This is one of them. A cream coloured crocheted holey pair. Warm, comfy, think I wore them that really cold spell just before Christmas. Did the trick. Here’s a
What do I wear on an Icelandic outing? More warm tights and a charming pair of walking boots, the most elegant of outfits. This is the year of being comfortable so out goes the sexy 10 denier hold ups for thick high number denier tights. For my travel day I opted for a repeat wear of these black holey ones. Again another yearly staple and a pair I’ve had for a few years.
I am sure these are a repeat wear but I cannot find them from the archives. Here are my thoughts but you may have heard them before. Dare I call them a crochet hole design of a good thick soft woolly texture. A good winter hosiery and the holes do stop the cold. At the moment I’m also relying on comfort. My stomach is swelling and bloated and I need tights that cover my belly. These are, and the majority of winter tights do the job and I am pleased with them.
Holes and Vertical Lines
Tights of the day today are holes and vertical lines. What I mean is and what you can see are holes set in a straight vertical line formation. Good tough lycra and a high denier which have made this pair last a few years.
Black, holey, fishnets.
If you enjoy strangling your toes these are the perfect tights for you. This I shall discuss in a trouser day post. Had them for a few years and eventhough they do stop the circulation to my little toes I still wear them.