Get that hosiery back on
Get that hosiery back on, it’s wet and cold here in blighty. So I went tights digging and came up with these ombre grey to black tights.
Grey- Black Ombre
Grey- Black ombre today, the last of my ombre set. These tights have been very popular and I’ve been very pleased with the look and the comfort. I have had issues with them falling down around the waist rather than ankle wrinkling but I’m so used to having high waistlines that I think a lower one worries me.
I enjoyed the bright colours for their brightness and sheer oomph but these grey to black ones show a slightly more elegant side to ombre tights.
Playing the blues
Playing the blues today, well wearing them. This is my third pair of ombre tights from China, Mengliluo, in blue, to navy, to nearly black. A good pair of bright tights that don’t stand out too much, just in case you’re only a beginner in this patterned hosiery look.
On a fine bright day
On a fine bright day like this what better to wear but the a pair of the brightest, loudest pair of tights I’ve got in the drawers. It’s the weekend so this is the ideal time to get out the sunglasses to admire these legs! Part of my delivery of ombre tights from China, branded Mengliluo. They are very soft and warming, I’ve got two pairs left but in more subdued colours therefore a better match for a work day so no more scaring people.
My first pair of ombre tights today. Bought from a Chinese supplier in a very catchy fuchsia to purple to navy blue. Comfortable, warm and soft to the touch. I’m wondering if the ombre effect was sufficient or if the colours need to graduate into each other more smoothly. They didn’t squash my toes but they did fall a little and wrinkle. Anticipated a droopy gusset so went to work with a spare pair of knickers on over the tights for that superman look. This did keep the tights up for longer than usual as well as keeping me extra cosy warm.