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Comparison Review: KUNERT Mystique 20 tights vs. Wolford Edelweiss 20 Tights

      A reader of mine shared his opinions on KUNERT Mystique 20 and Wolford Individual 20 tights.  This prompted me to do a comparison.  Although I don’t have Individual 20 tights, I do have a pair of Wolford Edelweiss 20 tights.  The two styles are almost the same, as shown on the front cover of Edelweiss 20.  So, without further ado, let’s have a look at the two styles…

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Comparison Review: Falke Seidenglatt 40 tights vs. Wolford Neon 40 tights

      One of my readers asked me about the similarities and differences between the two styles.  Since I have happen to have both of them, I decided to put them into comparison…

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Comparison Review: Falke Seidenglatt 15 tights (Late 2018) size M vs. M/L

      Every time I finish a review, ideas would spring up as to which pair I can compare it with.  Most of the time, I jot down my ideas, but seldom have the time to write it up.  So, instead of a usual product review, I would like to start with a simple comparison review.

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Comparison Review: Falke Seidenglatt 15 tights vs. Pure Shine 15 tights (Updated: 27 Apr 19)

      One of my readers asked for a comparison between Falke Seidenglatt 15 and Pure Shine 15 tights.  Since I just bought the new version of the Seidenglatt 15 tights, I thought “why not compare three of them together?”

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Comparison Review: Oroblù Magie 20 tights vs. CdR Eterno Super Lucido 20 DEN tights

      Occasionally, reviewing one style immediately reminds me of another because of their similarity.  In this comparison review, I would like to compare two glossy tights I recently reviewed – the Magie 20 tights from Oroblù and Eterno Super Lucido 20 den tights from Cecilia de Rafael.  For ease of reading, I have abbreviated the latter to Eterno SL in this review.  Also, the Magie 20 is in nude colour, whereas the Eterno SL is in black.

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Comparison Review: Heist Studios The Nude vs. Hēdoïne The Edgy (Updated: 08 Nov 19)

      When I first saw The Edgy from Hēdoïne, my thought was “how similar it is to Heist Studios’ The Nude seamless tights.”  Having tried both styles, I found similarities and subtle differences between the two. This comparison review summarises them all.

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Comparison Review: ITEM m6 Tights Invisible vs. Tights Super Light

      One problem I had when I first look into Item m6’s products was the degree of compression.  They don’t have a scale similar to Wolford’s Shape & Control range.  I had to make guesses based on the description of each product.  Not in the least, some of ITEM m6’s products are very expensive, limiting me to fully explore their range.  I do however, bought a couple pairs through the years.  They are Tights Invisible and Tights Super Light from ITEM m6’s Easy Line range.  I also received a pair of Tights Fine Translucent as a gift.  All of them are solid colour, basic essentials, which makes them a great choice for a comparison.

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Comparison Review: Wolford Nude 8 tights vs. Naked 8 Tights (Updated: 20/04/18)

      Their names are easy to get mixed up and their product description indistinguishable.  Yes, I am talking about the Nude 8 and Naked 8 tights from Wolford.  In this comparison, I would like show you their similarities and differences, which will help you choosing the right one.

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Comparison Review: Fogal Caresse Tights vs. Wolford Individual 20 Tights (Updated: 20/04/18)

       Welcome to my second comparison review.  In this post, I will be comparing two essentials from two well-known brands – the Caresse Tights from Fogal and the Individual 20 Tights from Wolford.  Both are sheer tights in total matte fashion.  Yet, there are subtleties that makes them different.  This is what I am sharing with you.

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Comparison Review: Fogal Caresse Tights Size M vs. MX

       The size chart that Fogal provides can be a bit confusing (this is especially the case if you are new to the Brand).  The main reason being is that Fogal included the size range (Small, Medium and Large respectively) and their variants (M EXTRA and L EXTRA; abbreviated as MX and LX respectively) into one size chart, thereby giving a false impression that it is a gradient of 5.  To further complicate the matter, there is no clear distinction between size M and MX if you look the chart closely.  I have been told that the MX maintains the same total length as their counterparts but provides more room for the hips.  Let’s find out if this is true.