Back to “here’s one I’ve worn before”
Back to “here’s one I’ve worn before”, this is referring to the lack of new tights I’ve not worn and I do still have a few stashed away and still adding to. A comfy pair last worn and blogged about in Next spotty. I love the big spots on these and they were part of a bargain lot I bought. Hopefully these pictures a bit clearer, at least they’re in the light.
Special Guest… Little A!
Special guest tights… Little A!
Well if I’m Big A then my niece is Little A. This is not the first appearance of Little A, we last saw her, last December, with her Princess Fairy tights.
This gem today is Asda, George pink spotty tights which come in a pack of three. I like the differerent pinks which highlight the pattern which made Little A’s outfit even smarter!
Check out spotty Pamelas today. Always reliable with their patterns these Pamela Mann tights have a great spot pattern so I get spotted everywhere. Shame I’m short because I got wrinkly ankles.
Quick post today! I’ve spent too much time looking at the sales and buying more tights. AHHH!
Today’s tights are a sparkly spotty affair from Morrisons.
On the Sideline
Morning everyone! Special double bill for you today, today’s tights and yesterday’s.
So today’s tights of the day are these Primark spotty ones with a black sideline stripe.
And yesterday’s tights of the day were Charnos black zigzags from quite a few years ago. Part of the original set which sparked off this wild journey.
Jonathan Aston Tienga
Jonathan Aston, tienga, tights: black and spotty.
Hope you can see packaging and the real life effect. I’m pleased with the result. Fantastic definition of pattern, clear and distinct. I sometimes find with some tights that the pattern looks great so long as the material is stretched. That means that around my thighs they look brilliant and around my ankles it’s not so bold. With these, the pattern is all the way. Thumbs up from me!