Review: Wolford Pure 10 Tights

      Over the years, many people asked why I don’t have a review on Wolford Pure 10 tights.  The reason is I bought a pair in black just before I started the blog, and I wasn’t satisfied with the product, hence the long, missing article.  Yet, the blog is incomplete without the review,…

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Review: Swedish Stockings Maria Innovation tights

      Being an advocate for sustainable hosiery, I constantly look for these products for review.  Hence it is no coincidence that you find the Maria Innovation tights review here, so soon.

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Review: Oroblù Divine 20 tights

      I was so impressed with the Oroblù Divine 10 tights that when I was looking for the Brand’s next item to review, the Divine 20 tights came to my mind.

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Comparison Review: Falke Seidenglatt 15 tights vs. Pure Shine 15 tights (Updated: 27 Apr 19)

      One of my readers asked for a comparison between Falke Seidenglatt 15 and Pure Shine 15 tights.  Since I just bought the new version of the Seidenglatt 15 tights, I thought “why not compare three of them together?”

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Review: Pierre Mantoux Rosalind tights

      I was quite pleased with Pierre Mantoux’s quality on their Veloutine range.  So I decided to try their patterned tights and bought one from UK Tights.  The outcome didn’t go as expected though…

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Review: Falke Seidenglatt 15 tights (Late 2018)

      I have been eyeing this one since its release last year.  Finally got it from Hosieria during their 20% discount site-wide sale.  If you are looking for the review of the previous version of the same style, you can click right here.  So, without further ado, here we go…

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April 2019 Newsletter – Busy as a bee

      It has been a busy month but I am afraid it is going to be busier.  I am taking my mum on a cruise in June.  It is something she always wanted to do in her lifetime, so I am glad to be part of it.  However, this also means I have…

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Swedish Stockings’ 100% recycled hosiery is now available for purchase

      Separating elastane from blends of yarn has not been possible, so Swedish Stockings shifted their attention to waste generated from virgin elastane production.  The result – tights made from 100% recycled nylon and elastane.

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