I bought a few pairs of Wolford hosiery during the last sale. So I will be reviewing them, probably once monthly, starting with the Nancy Tights. The style was part of the Autumn/Winter 2018-19 Collection by the way.
February is one of my favourite months as we get to see the new collections revealed by brands for the coming Spring/Summer season. I usually spend some time going through the styles, and decide which ones to go for. For brands such as Wolford, I keep a record of the styles first appeared on the website. So if I do review them in the future, I will know when the style was released.
We have had a pretty mild Summer so far but it is too early to say the season is over. In fact, the very warm days have just kicked in, with temperatures soaring into high 20’s these couple days. The best way to get through a hot day is of course not wearing tights. But if you have to, and even ultra-sheer ones are still too much, then you may consider fishnet or open-knit tights. In this review, we will look into a pair of open-knit tights from Wolford. The Sail Net Tights are part of their Spring/Summer 2019 (SS19) collection.
In a previous review, we looked at the Chrissie Tights from Wolford. In this review, we will look at another pair of open-knit tights from the same Brand – the Early Haze Tights. It belongs to Wolford’s Spring/Summer 2019 Collection and comes in a special colour: pink.
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I picked up a few pairs of tights at one of the Wolford outlets while I was in Europe. So I’d like to go through one pair per month, starting with the Chrissie tights. It is an open-knit tights from the Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
I was going through Wolford’s collection in outlet, hoping to find a good buy, and I was in luck. I found an à jour tights belonging to the SS17 Trend Collection that has a unique presentation. Scroll down to read the full review.
I am so excited that I got a new brand to review. It is Sarah Borghi, an Italian brand that specialises in making hosiery for more than 40 years. Most of their point of sale however, are in Italy, which explains why I have never heard about the brand. The item we will be looking at is Elisa tights, one from the Spring/Summer 17 Collection. I bought it from Ludwig Beck Department Store in Munich*.
Olive green is one of my favourite colours. I have extreme difficulty resisting clothing made in such. When I saw Genna tights, I knew I will one day write a review about them.
The Sonya tights caught my attention for its sporty yet elegant design when it was first introduced. When I saw them in the factory outlet whilst in Wolford Headquarters, I picked it up without hesitation…