In the final week of October, I would like to look at the last remaining product introduced by Wolford last month, the Satin Opaque Nature tights.
Normally I would have washed all the winter clothing & opaque tights and store them away by this time of the year. This year however, is a bit different. We have been having a windy and very damp spring, to the extent that I have to use heat pumps to lower the humidity. From the positive side, I have the opportunity to look into some of Wolford’s new releases before the heat wave arrives. One of which, is the Velvet 66 Leg Support tights.
Couple years ago, Wolford introduced Pure 50 tights. It features innovative glued seam and a specially developed exquisitely soft & smooth yarn. Together these features brought the comfort of Wolford tights to a whole new level. Early this month, Wolford released a product that incorporates their newest innovation – a waistband that can increase in size. What exactly does that mean? Let’s find out.
Wicking materials has been widely used in sports wear as an inner layer. Moisture on the skin is drawn away to the material via capillary action and subsequently evaporate, leaving the wearer a comfortable dry feel. Wolford has utilised this technology into their leg wear collection. The Satin Opaque Nature Tights are made from a special type of yarn of which, not only resembles the feeling of silk but also draws moisture better than cotton, therefore delivers an incomparably soft and pleasantly dry feel.
The Bregenz-based company has just added two new tights to their Shape & Control range.
Hosiery manufacturers has begun rolling-out trends for the coming autumn/winter season. You can now preview some of the collections Fogal has to offer from a popular hosiery online shop based in the U.K. I will update the blog once the collection is officially available.
I was routinely browsing Wolford website to discover that they recently opened an official online shop in China, well, sort of… Instead of having their own website (as most of their official online shops do), they are selling their products through Taobao, a Chinese equivalent of Amazon. Frankly speaking, it is kind of weird but understandable given that China is a large, populated country where laws are not always respected; using a well-established platform can solve lots of issues. I have provided the link below, see if you like it or not.
People come in different sizes and shapes, this is why the same pair of tights is comfortable for one but not the other. Wolford however, has come up with a solution.