Hosiery · Pamela Mann

Pamela Mann 50D Opaque Tights

Monday is gonna be a bright and beautiful day with these cerise tights I have on! I have had these sitting with me for a while, and as Autumn is here, I thought it would be great to add some serious colour into my life now that everyone is gonna start pulling out the darker colours!


The Spec

Colour: Cerice

Size: One Size

Denier: 50

Materials: 91% Nylon, 9% Elastane

Price: £5.99

Website: Pamela Mann – 50 DENIER OPAQUE TIGHTS (CERISE)


My Outfit

Let’s so all cute with polka dots, seeing as I have a new top and forgot the brand of it already! I paired up with a simple bodycon skirt and added polka dot heels to finish off the look!

My Deets

Top: I forgot the brand!

Skirt: New Look

Tights: Pamela Mann

Heels: Phase 8

 

 

The Review

From The Website: Our amazing range of Pamela Mann 50 denier colours. Our opaque tights are a high quality due to the use of 3D yarn, knitted together to add extra endurance and elasticity of the tight.
This fabulous colour is now available in plus size.

 

The Packaging: as these came with others in plastic packaging, I wasn’t worrying too much about them not being in their own packaging. This is pretty basic as you can see, so all you do in unravel it out the packaging and get them right on!

 

Getting Them On: I gotta say these are super stretchy and really nice! They were such an easy glide up the legs, and even over the anklets too! I thought they would be too long for the legs, but actually they worked for me perfectly!

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On The Legs: can I just start off by saying I finally have a block colour pink! It has been so hard to get hold of this, but now I have them finally! There is no ombre effect going on, or any sheer patches!

Speaking of the colour, it’s super vibrant and a real gorgeous pair to wear for Autumn / Winter if you’re into statement outfits like me!

The fit of these are amazing; they really do hug the legs well and there is not one sign of them feeling baggy on the legs. They are very well elasticated so this can fit larger sized individuals – you might not get the block colour like I have though!

The quality of them are smashing; I loved being in them and I didn’t encounter any issues at all. Just leaving it there 🙂

The denier being 50, I expected it not to be this dense in colour, but I am loving it completely. It gives real good leg coverage with no skin being exposed so I am super happy with that!

 

The Toes & Ankle: let me start by saying that the toes aren’t reinforced, but with these being a thicker denier it should be ok (as long as those nails are kept short and smooth). I had no issues with pressure being added onto the toes whilst I was on the move, and there was plenty of wiggle room in these for your toes to move about freely.

Around the feet, this was a lovely fit and really hugged them well. The same goes for the ankles as I had not one wrinkle in sight wearing these.

 

The Waistband: I am so sorry but I forgot to do the waistband pictures as I was in a rush! I have to say that the waistband sat super flush against my waist and I had no issues with it at all. It stayed holding the tights up all day long, didn’t roll over itself once and is such a snug fit.

 

 

My Thoughts?

All I want to say is this is the best pair of coloured hosiery I have had in a while, and for what you pay it is amazing value! I would certainly recommend these!

5 thoughts on “Pamela Mann 50D Opaque Tights

  1. Great looking legs and these tights accents them well. Pamala Mann have looked at for sometime and yet to try they have a great selection of designs and colors. After reading your review I know I need a pair myself and these are a fantastic shade of pink I would love these to wear.

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