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Here at Tights Fashion, we have reviewed quite literally thousands of pairs of tights. We have found items from all over the fashion world that we love, and we have reviewed thousands of them for this site. After so many different new items and designs, we have amassed a huge collection of brands, with dozens of names to mention. Of course, we have given each major brand with dozens of reviews in their section so you can browse them conveniently. You can find reviews for Oroblu fashion tights under the Oroblu page. You can get all of your Charnos tights reviews under our Charnos section. And we have different types of sections for different categories of tights too so that you can find fashion tights reviews and support tights reviews easily.
What About All Our Other Tights Reviews?
But what about all the rest? What about the one review we have done for a particular brand? Or the one-off article about a side project of a designer that does not rightfully fit into their usual list of items or projects? Well, for that we have made these sections. In reality, it might be our single biggest page. This is the miscellaneous reviews page. These are fashion tights reviews or essential tights reviews that do not easily fit elsewhere. If you want to find something a touch more exotic than a regular pair of sheer tights, you will find it here. Or maybe you have an item in mind from some other location or source, and you know it isn’t a usual piece of legwear, it will be here also. Or of course, if you cannot locate the article you want, you can always use our search bar at the top of the website to find exactly what you need.
There is some confusion regarding the actual name of this style of tights. The packet has the style code ’20F132-BST’, which is precise if not particularly romantic. We have seen various terms such as “polka dot” and “stars” included in the name.
You have to look carefully at the details on the packet of these tights because the standard printed packet says there is a cotton gusset, but look at the size label that closes our size 4 XL sample packet.
Seeing a new style is great; seeing an entirely new brand is an increasingly rare treat. So we are particularly pleased to be reviewing these tights from Italy via the USA. Support tights can vary far more than sheers, from heavy, almost industrial to sheer and fashionable.
We frequently describe ultra-sheer tights as ‘summer tights’, but it is rare for the makers to use this term. Here they have used the term and named the style St. Tropez too, so you are no doubt that these are tights for warm sunny days.
The back of the rather smart box that these tights are sold in refers to an address in Nottinghamshire, the home of hosiery manufacture in England. Sadly the manufacturing is carried out overseas, in this case in Turkey.
We got a big surprise when we came to review these tights before we even opened the packet. If you had asked us about the Ose brand, we would have waxed lyrical about the high-quality hosiery from Italy, the sublime Ose Angel Seamless Tights.
These days, it is pretty rare for us to encounter a new brand of tights. Particularly one producing sheer tights rather than high fashion designs.
We have seen many fishnets tights over the years but not at the eye-watering price of €95 or nearly £60. So, why are these so expensive?
While some brands trumpet style, quality, exclusivity or a designer name, the focus with LoveHate is on unconventional and environmentally sound materials.
Zohara sticks to a relatively simple recipe, one size, 120 denier plain tights with a printed pattern; simple but effective.