How is everyone? We just came out of the second lockdown. It all happened when a family of locals were tested positive for COVID-19. The cluster rose to more than 100 cases in the course of two weeks. It is now contained, though the origin is still known. We now wear face masks whenever we go to public places, as a precaution.
Last October, Wolford updated their Velvet de Luxe 66 tights to include an extra wide waistband. I finally got my hands on a pair of these. So without further ado, let’s have a look into this edition.
I have been exploring and reviewing hosiery I can buy locally. One of which, was a pair of VOODOO tights, a brand from Australia. In this article, I’d like to look into a pair of tights made locally.
Microfibre yarn, as the name implies, is yarn that consisted of ultra fine fibres. Since they are extra fine, tights knitted from microfibre yarn are generally very smooth. They feel especially comfortable on the skin. In this review, I’d like to look into a pair of microfibre tights made by Le Bourget…
I am now really looking forward to summer, as all my friends in the northern hemisphere are sharing pictures of sunshine, shorts and laughter. Well… time is on my side, as hours of sunlight is getting longer, and it is not as chilly as couple weeks back. Hopefully, the situation won’t reverse by the time summer arrives.
Given the delivery of international parcels are still affected by the pandemic, I have been stalking on what is available locally. Coincidentally, a reader of mine introduced VOODOO to me, so I headed down to the department store and bought myself a pair.
During the January sale, I bought a few pairs of Wolford tights at a special price. They belong to the Brand’s Autumn/Winter 19-20 collection. I have so far reviewed the Crossband Net and Diamond Snake Tights. In this review, I will look into the Banded Poison Dart Tights.
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When Wolford first introduced the biodegradable Aurora Collection, there was only leggings available. They later expanded the collection with 70 denier knee-highs and socks. Now, Wolford releases the first pair of biodegradable tights – the Aurora 70 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…