Every time I finish a review, ideas would spring up as to which pair I can compare it with. Most of the time, I jot down my ideas, but seldom have the time to write it up. So, instead of a usual product review, I would like to start with a simple comparison review.
I bought another pair of Seidenglatt 15 tights, and this time in size M. Hence in this comparison review, I can show you the difference between M/L and M. Since all other specifications are the same, I will focus on the size difference and fit.
|Appearance:||Shiny, like mirror shine|
|Waistband:||Knitted, 3.5cm wide|
|Composition:||88% polyamide and 12% elastane|
|Size:||S to XXL|
|Price:||€16 or £16|
Similarities and differences
Size M had a better fit than M/L but still, not perfect. Its total length is only 2cm shorter than the M/L, thus bagged around the knees as well (though not as obvious as size M/L). Moreover, as it was one size smaller than the M/L, the circumference of the waistband was smaller as well. Hence it rolled and dug in quite a bit. The envelopment for size M was much better than M/L giving a firmer grip on the entire lower body.
The appearance was pretty much the same between the two sizes. Size M also bagged around the knees, just less profound than size M/L.
Since the hose is especially long and not much elasticity, there was a sense of budging around the knees and the calf. The waistband rolled and dug in, though it wasn’t causing too much discomfort for me.
If you are a man, I would suggest you to skip the entire range, unless you are disproportionally tall and thin. It would be less problematic for ladies, and size M is best suited for a height around 173cm with a lean silhouette.
You can read my full review on the style here:
Review: Seidenglatt 15 tights
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