Okay statement legs here we come! I wanted to create a look where it can work for the office, as well as everywhere else! I love logo tights like these, but I always seem to dress them quite casual, so this time we are doing it for work!
Materials: 88% Polyamide & 12% Elastane
10% Discount: PANDA
I haven’t done red and black in a while, and I wanted to dress these tights for work this time. These are a pair you can easily pair up with a casual outfit, so I decided to flip it and make it ok for work instead. I went with my red tunic dress and added my gradient heels to finish the look.
Tunic Dress: Whistles
From The Website: The Trasparenze Las Vegas Fashion Tights have a truly unique design thanks to the striking black base partnered with bold white writing from waist to toe. The 80 denier black tights base provides optimim coverage on the legs and the smooth waistband ensures a comfortable fit all day long. Flat seams ensure a smooth and snug yet soft fit against the skin allowing you to wear under tight clothing. Pair with black or white clothing for a completely monochrome outfit! 88% Polyamide, 12% Elastane
- 80 Denier
- Multi-Text Pattern
- Comfort Waistband
- Flat Seams
Getting Them On: if you saw them come out the packaging, you will see that these are super small and very stretchy! I love it when they are like this; it shows how much elasticity they have to them! I had no problem doing my scrunch and roll up, taking care of my anklets whilst getting them on. They were a great glide up the legs, with a little tug here and there!
On The Legs: now this design is super cool, and I love the wording! I like that the whole graphic look to them, which is what makes them stand out. These start right from the toes, all the way to the band so you get to pair it as you like without worrying about it being cut off.
The quality of these were great at first, but then I noticed that stretching these out to the max gives me some markings here and there. These are the smoothest opaque base; I mean when stretched, it’s just a pure smooth opaque base to work with, that doesn’t have any markings or ‘scratch marks’ dotted around. Apart from that, these don’t snag easily and they have been great otherwise.
The fit of these are true to size, but I do feel if I went a size up, that these would look darker on the legs and maybe not have as many issues as I am not stretching them out fully (if that makes sense!) Don’t get me wrong, these fit me fine and I have no issues with that, but if I went up one, It might not be so bad and the markings might not show through.
The feel of these are really soft, and do have that microfiber feel to them, which I don’t mind. I like the wording is stitched in as well, which is nice as it doesn’t irritate the legs either.
The Toes & Ankle: around the toes I had plenty of wiggle room, and no pressure was added until the end of my evening. I did feel them press against my toes nearer to the end of my day.
These also don’t have reinforced toes to them, which is no issue but I would have liked them here as that extra bit of support.
Around the feet and ankles, these are a smooth fitted finish with no wrinkling.
The Waistband & Gusset: so it’s like we have a double waistband here; the top slimline one is the part where you feel the elasticity more, and the bottom part where it looks like reinforcement is also part of the band. I like it either way, as they hold up so well, and they don’t roll down itself or shimmy out of place either.
As you can see below, the wording works right to the top, which I do like and that is front and back too.
What a statement pair hey! I love them and think they are so cool during Autumn/Winter months – it just makes your outfit more fun during the colder months. I did have some issues with it, but apart from that I think they are cool. I would probably say size up on these!
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