How are you all? I just got back from the trip to the Baltic Sea and Germany with my partner and my mum. We haven’t had a family trip for more than a decade, so it was a bit unfamiliar for all of us. Yet, my mum loved it, and the journey was fruitful.
I managed to buy a few pairs of tights during the sale whilst in Europe, and bought a lot more online when I arrived home. How about you? Did you managed to strike a bargain during the sale?
Last month’s review included a collection of sheer tights, which happened to suit the ever-increasing hot summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Notable mentioning include the Maria Innovation tights, which is made from 100% recycled material. The Pure 10 tights from Wolford are the softest and smoothest tights I have ever reviewed. If you missed any of the reviews, feel free to read in your own time from the links below:
- Review: Swedish Stockings MARIA Innovation Tights
- Review: Wolford Pure 10 Tights
- Review: Hēdoïne The NUDE tights
Glossary is back
I introduced my own version of hosiery glossary in the last theme, but this was taken off when I adopted the current theme. I have amended the contents and added the glossary back at the bottom of the website (see image below).
Pretty Polly turns 100
Do you know about this brand? Well, I am not from the U.K. or USA so I know very little about it, but Pretty Polly just turned 100 year old😮 U.K. Tights has wrote a great article describing the Brand and its history, definitely worth reading:
As usual, there will be three extensive reviews for this month. I also planned to write something different… Let’s keep it as a secret for now🤫
Cover photo: The ceiling in one of the rooms in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. Intricate patterns similar to these are used in hosiery as well.