I will be doing a lot of travel in April and May. I am looking forward to meet people who are also passionate about hosiery. Also to try out brands that I could not have bought online otherwise. I will do most of my sharing on Instagram, so do follow me if you haven’t yet done (https://www.instagram.com/ilovehosiery/)
I have recently been trying out hosiery made from different materials. The reason being is to gain a better understanding of how each material feels like. In this review, I am wearing tights made from ECONYL®, an yarn made from recycled nylon.
Continue reading “Review: Kunert Blue 15 tights”
I received a newsletter this morning from Luxury Legs that they will increase the price of Wolford items by up to £5 from early April.
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.
Maybe there was lack of emphasis, or maybe it is not Fogal’s specialty. I have not met support tights by Fogal, at least, not until now. In this review, we look into the Make Up, the control top tights by Fogal. Continue reading “Review: Fogal Make Up tights”
I wear leggings from time to time but somehow, the leggings that I have reviewed so far hasn’t been great. My luck changed however, as the Velvet Melange leggings by Kunert are amazing! Scroll down to find out why.
You can find the full story here. I can imagine the news hit the headlines in Austria over the last couple of days. It must have been demoralising for the employees that the major shareholders went ahead selling their share even after the company’s revenue has been stabilised. Continue reading “March 2018 Newsletter – Wolford to be sold!”