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?”
I was going to do a picture review but I realised that while the product is the same, the packaging and the colour selection are different. For this reason, I will describe the differences below. For everything else (which are identical), you can find them in my Satin Touch 20 tights review here. If you don’t know much about Satin Touch 20 tights, I recommend you to read the review first, and then come back to this one.
I tried on the Eterno Super Lucido tights last month. This time, we will look at another style by Cecilia de Rafael (CdR) – the Eterno Breeze tights. In summary, both have a lot in common.
I have seen quite a few reviews on Cecilia de Rafael (CdR) hosiery from other reviewers. The response was mixed, so I decided to try them out myself. I bought two pairs, and here is the first one – the Eterno Super Lucido tights.
It is great to be back again with knee-highs. It has been more than a year since my last review on such. What I have here is a pair of timeless classics from Wolford – the Satin Touch 20 knee-highs.
I admire upper class men in the Renaissance period. They look especially elegant with high heels, leggings and embossed clothing. Of course I can’t travel back in time, but it is not hard to find something similar. The Isla tights by Fogal is one of which I speak of.