New brand for review! After nearly two months of waiting, the samples sent by Threads finally arrived (yes that is how disruptive the logistics has been). I am thrilled to share with you first my thoughts on these Opaque tights. The Sheer ones will follow soon.
Yes, you see it right. The Brand has initiated its own hosiery recycling project.
Wolford’s Luxe 9 features hosiery without elastane yarn. I reviewed Luxe 9 knee-highs and Luxury 9 Tights, which is an outlet version of the Luxe 9 tights, few years ago. This time, we will look at the centre piece, the Luxe 9 Tights per se.
Gerbe ceased their business earlier this year. As a tribute, I’d like to share with you my last tights review for the Brand.
Following the release of a series of intimates and shapewear, the Brand finally brings their focus back on legs.
I was expecting Wolford to be the first, but Sarah Borghi beat them to it. Yes I am referring to the world’s first pair of biodegradable tights*. Excited? Very! So without further ado, let’s have a closer look at it…
Ever since the my last stockings review, I have been thinking what I should go for, to allow more possibilities. The outcome was the Individual 10 Stockings from Wolford.
“Are you crazy?” was my partner’s response, as I was testing a pair of toeless tights in the middle of winter. While it is cold and wet, I still think of the bright sunshine my readers in the north hemisphere are enjoying. So this one is for you…
Previously, Hēdoïne amazed us with a pair of open-knit, lace design leggings called The Charmer. Now they are expanding the collection by adding a pair of biker shorts and another pair of leggings called The Charmer Lace Line. The latter being our focus here.
Oh Yes! Wolford finally released sheer tights in the Aurora collection. Wait… this is not biodegradable tights like the Aurora opaque tights?! So what’s special about this style? Let’s find out…