Well hello new brand… You will have all seen a promo post a few weekends ago on my social media wearing a pair of Leamel tights, however today I really wanted to show off the brand
This pair was gifted to me a while back (as all my other pairs) to review from my Amazon Wishlist.
“Leamel is a British fashion brand. It’s roots goes back to 1954.
Leamel established with the passion of love of beauty . Leamel is a combination of qualities, in design, colour and form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight. Paris and London fashion history become alive again with Leamel .
1954 Ayse from Istanbul had a journey to Paris and fell in love with its unique fashion and atmosphere . She brought the latest designs of hosiery with her back to Istanbul. After several years working at the hosiery industry now she handed over the love of Paris and fashion to her grandsons.
2014 LDSY Group established with the group’s first company in United Kingdom. LDSY serves textile industry to establish strong brands with the best quality of products and a perfect supply chain.
2017 a new brand idea shaped and today we are aiming to establish a very good partnership with our dealers all over the UK.
Our targets are clear. Our passion is big. By 2020 Leamel aiming to take its very unique and special place in every woman’s wardrobe in the UK.
As UK’s fast growing hosiery brand we are proud of our products each designed and selected carefully to fit its purpose of passion of love.
We work with best designers to deliver the comfort and luxury.”
– taken from their website
Materials: 94% Polyamide, 6% Elastane
I know I went super dark with my outfit today, but I thought it worked super well making my tights the statement piece. I wore a black tunic paired with my ankle strap court shoes.
Tunic: Dorothy Perkins
Heels: Lost Ink
From The Website: Soft and Confortable Patterned Opaque Tights Wide waistband, Stays Up, Durable , All day comfort Engineered microfiber 3D knitting technology to resist runs and snagging New Fashion Patterned Tights
Soft and Confortable Patterned Opaque Tights
Wide waistband, Stays Up, Durable , All day comfort
94% Polyamide, 6% Elastane
Machine washable at 30°C
Engineered microfiber 3D knitting technology to resist runs and snagging
New Fashion Patterned Tights
Opaque Black – White Color
Getting Them On: they were super easy and really stretchy to get on, so I had no issues with them whatsoever. I did my scrunch and roll up the legs, taking care going over my anklets.
On The Legs: let me start off with the design and how funky they look! I wasn’t too sure about them to begin with, but these make such a great playful pair, especially when the darker months are to come. These remind me of a review I did a while back; Leg Avenue Woven Diamond Illusion Tights
The quality of these are actually really good; they didn’t feel cheap, they had a lot of stretch to them so you don’t get too much sheerness when they’re on and they are a lovely material. I didn’t snag these at all whilst I was in them, and to be honest they are pretty hard to destroy.
I did find towards the thighs that they do become slightly sheerer. This is due to the fact they are stretched out a lot more than the bottom of my legs, so something worth noting down if you’re trying to avoid that.
The fit is true to size; and great if you are a duo size too. I thought these could fit a S-M easily with the amount of stretch they had to them. I would still refer to their sizing guide before purchasing, but I think they are great.
The feel of them are super soft and smooth, and you have the pattern printed on top. They have a microfibre feel to them, which makes them glide up and down the legs with ease. These also don’t irritate the legs in any way either. Overall a good pair!!
The Toes & Ankle: these do not come with reinforced toes, however as these are a thick denier you should be good to go with long toenails. I made sure mine were smooth before getting into them to ensure I don’t end up damaging them on the 1st wear.
I had plenty of wiggle room for my toes to move and breathe without feeling cramped, and I had great coverage around the feet and ankles.
You will also notice that the design starts from the ankles and works its ways up; I think it makes it look super funky, although I wouldn’t have minded if it started from the toes upwards so I can wear sandals with them.
The Waistband & Gusset: the design works up to the gusset (or top thigh) so you can wear short clothing with it if you wish. I have to say I did like the band on these; it was comfortable, it was pretty thick and shaped so well to give me a great lasting fit.
These did not roll down at any point, or shimmy down my waist whilst I was on the move either.
The gusset as you can see is non-existent, so you may want to reconsider going commando in this pair unless you don’t mind. It is just a straight seam in the middle.
I think this brand is not bad at all; I liked their quality, I like the design and overall I enjoyed being in them to do this review. I would love to try out more of their designs in the future. Overall, I would recommend this brand 🙂