Girardi Chic Tulle Tights are super comfy! We are perhaps overdue in reviewing tights from Girardi seeing as they have been making hosiery in Italy since 1954! But better late than never as they say! These are the first tight we have seen from Girardi, but we hope they are not the last. Top quality!
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Gipsy 100 Denier Colour Opaque Tights are a staple product you need! We don’t usually comment on the colour of the tights that we review. Focusing instead on quality, sizing, fit and value for money. But, in this case, we feel justified because the colour is an integral part of what these tights offer.
Gerbe Sun Satin 10 Tights are fantastic! Even on the card, these tights look of high quality. Soft and smooth to the touch with a fully shaped heel, flat seams and a silk gusset. The detailing is interesting as the larger sizes have two seams at the rear with the silk gusset being V-shaped. Rollover is not an issue with this design.
Gerbe Gardenia Tights are classics! We have another from the Gerbe 2004 fashion collection. Indeed, one of the more extreme designs, based on 15 denier sheer to waist tights with all the usual high quality features you would expect from Gerbe. Apparently, they did not adhere to the “more is less” theory of design.