This needs no explanation – simply a list of our top five products, and why we love them…
Aristoc Ultra Shine Tights
A great quality sheer that does exactly what it says on the tin. Super shiny for lusciously glossy legs, we love the whole Ultra Shine range and these are our favourite product. They come in 5 shades – enough so that you can find one to suit your skintone, but not so many you get utterly confused and don’t know which way to turn.
Wolford Velvet De Luxe 66
The classic opaque, and our go-to tights when the weather gets colder. There’s nothing not to like about these – a classic matte finish and a not-too-hot-not-too-cold 66 denier design, available in four go-with-anything colours. Yes, they’re a bit more expensive than your average opaque, but what you give out in cash you get back in quality – these will last you ages.
PM Love Seam
Fashion tights aren’t for everyone, but you can’t go wrong with a classic seam, and Pamela Mann have designed these beauties (pictured) for something extra special for your pins. An elegant backseam runs down the leg on these 15 denier sheers, ending with the word “love” at the ankle. Apt, because we DO love these, and at just £7.99, so does our bank balance.
Falke Active Shaping Support 20 Tights
Support tights are a must for busy girls – whether you’re on your feet at work
all day or going on a seriously manic shopping spree, support hosiery can boost circulation and aid tired legs. Falke are specialists in the support arena, and these 20D sheers have a firm support level and come in a whopping 6 classic shades.
Spanx In Power Line Super Higher Power
Which shapewear you choose very much depends on what level of control you want, what you’re wearing, and where your problem areas are. But there’s no denying that the sales figures speak for themselves, and you can’t seem to get enough of this product. Maybe it’s because the strong control and mid thigh to braline design mean all of the usual problem areas (bum, tum, hips and thighs) are smoothed, sculpted and slimmed to perfection. That seems reason enough to us!