Winter is coming and it’s time for you to upgrade your winter wardrobe with new cosy tights. From the classic woolly tights to the elegant cashmere ones, we have everything your legs need to survive the coldest temperatures. Why not taking advantage of our fantastic Black Friday Offer to invest in a good pair of cosy tights for winter? These are five of our newest and greatest cosy tights you need to try before the year is over.
A Good Pair Of Ribbed Tights
Every tights drawer should include at least one pair of wool ribbed tights. The Pierre Mantoux Coste 100 Denier Wool Tights (£36.99) are a particularly good pair. This new design by Pierre Mantoux proves that woolly tights don’t always have to be itchy. Furthermore, the finish is, as usual in this Italian manufacturer, totally luxury.
The New And Revolutionary ITEM m6 Beauty Tights
Just arrived and ready to rock your wardrobe, we could say that the new Beauty Tights by ITEM m6 have it all. They are opaque (60 denier), thick and warm. Besides, they have leg support, shaping and a revolutionary design with ceramic crystals that help you fight cellulite. Fashion bloggers and editors seem to love them, judging for the positive reviews the ITEM m6 Beauty tights hare having. Why not giving them a try?
The Ultra Smooth Oroblu Micromodal Natural Fibres Tights
Modal is one of the smoothest natural fibres and these tights are, as you can expect, one of the softest and smoothest we have ever sold. Being 100 denier, the Oroblu Micromodal Natural Fibres Tights (£23.99) are perfect for the coldest days of winter. You’ll simply fall in love with them the minute you touch them.
Falke‘s New Sensual Cotton Tights
Falke‘s 2017 range includes two new products: Falke Sensual Cashmere and Falke Sensual Cotton 80 Denier Tights (£31.99) in the picture above. While you can find many different cotton tights out there, you can’t never have enough Falke tights! These high quality tights are the perfect treat you deserve!
Cashmere tights are always very expensive and, definitely not for all budgets. The Levante Cashmere Touch 100 Denier Tights (£14.99) are the exception for the rule. They are 60% Viscose combined with Lycra to make them more stretchy and Cashmere, which gives them that luxury and soft finish you can find in all cashmere tights.
Sure, we all know what basics professional women are supposed to have in their closets, but if you’re buying one for the first time or replacing one you’ve worn into the ground, it can be a pain to find exactly the right incarnation in stores. In “The Hunt,” we search the stores for a basic item that every woman should have.
As cold weather sets in, I thought we’d do a roundup of some of the best tights for work out there. Ladies, which are your favorites — which are your favorite everyday tights, your favorite superwarm tights, favorite opaque tights, and favorite shaping tights? For me, my favorites for everyday are my Spanx shaping tights, for warmth, my fleece tights from Plush, and for opacity — which is lower on the list for me than comfort and durability, but I know is key for a lot of other women — are my Commando tights. I can’t wait to hear what your favorites are!
- Hall of Famers: Commando, Plush (fleece), DKNY, Spanx, Hue (super opaque), Hue (absolute opaque)
- Plus size picks: DKNY, Talbots, Lands’ End, Ava & Viv, Hue, Berkshire Trend by Max, Berkshire (fleece)
- Maternity: Assets, Plush, tons of options at Target, Insignia by Sigvaris, H&M, and Loft
- Petites: Berkshire Trend by Max, Berkshire (fleece), Hanes
- Tall sizes: Berkshire (fleece), DKNY
|I’ve always heard great things about Uniqlo’s Heattech tights, but I’ve never tried them– but for $7.90 (on sale today), it’s hard to go wrong. They’re available in solid, ribbed, and cable versions, sizes S/M and L/XL, $7.90-$14.90, at Uniqlo. Women Heattech Tights|
|Whoa: I always thought 70-100 denier was Very Opaque, so I’m surprised to see that H&M has some tights that are 200 denier. For $12.99 they’re definitely much lower-priced than other options — and if you’re looking for more of a legging/tight hybrid, do check these out. (They also have non-shaping 200 denier tights and fleece tights, listed separately.) Pictured: Control-Top Tights 200 Denier|
|I feel like reversible tights were more of a “thing” a few years ago, but there are still a few options around, including these affordable navy/black reversible tights from The Limited, on sale for $16.17 today (down from $26.95). (Here are some other thoughts about what color tights to wear with navy skirts.) The great thing about reversible tights is that, in addition to getting multiple colors in one product, they tend to be pretty opaque. The Limited also has some nice-looking cable knit fleece tights. Pictured: Navy and Black Reversible Tights|
|Commando has always been THE best for opaque tights. Things have gotten a bit confusing now that they’ve branched out: there’s the “ultimate opaque” tights in regular and control top, as well as these “eclipse opaque” tights that are an even heavier denier (110) and rave reviews from customers ($40). I’d say if you’re looking for warmth in tights go for the higher denier; if you want lightweight but opaque tights, go for the regular 70 denier “ultimate opaque.” Pictured: Commando ‘Ultimate Opaque’ Control Top Tights|
|Control top tights are everywhere, but I thought I’d picture my preferred type of shaping tight: the kind that covers you all the way up to your braline to smooth out your midsection as well. I’ve always liked these because a) control top tights often create a muffin top effect, and b) having a lightly smoothed midsection, without needing to wear another shaping piece (like a bodysuit, slip, or camisole) is worth a lot. Spanx’s line used to be called “Higher Power,” but they seem to have done away with that in favor of their new Luxe line. SPANX® Luxe Tights|
|If you’re looking to splurge, Wolford or Falke would be the top names I’d look to — these merino tights from Wolford are best sellers at Saks, and given that they’re merino, I’d guess they’re going to last for a thousand years. They’re $75, available in sizes S, M, and L. (Also: hello, cashmere/silk tights — wow.) Pictured: Wolford Merino Tights|
An all black ensemble – wearing an ensemble in black from head to foot may seem very sleek and sophisticated but it can also be too monochromatic and boring. To liven up an all black ensemble, why not try wearing fashion tights with it rather than the usual, plain, old ordinary tights? Whether it’s your Little Black Dress or just an all black outfit you put together that shows your legs, fashion tights are sure to add texture and an element of fun to it.
An oversized sweater – fall and winter are the perfect seasons for wearing those chunky oversized sweaters as dresses. Make your sweater dress outfit cuter by wearing a pair of nice fashion tights to go with it. You can choose to wear colored fashion tights or those fashion tights with prints and designs to add a nice twist to a plain sweater dress.
Dresses – wearing dresses is always a great way to achieve a dainty and feminine look. However, during the colder seasons like fall and winter, dresses can be a little difficult to wear because your legs can get chilly and make you freeze. To make dresses more suitable for winter, wearing fashion tights underneath is a good idea. It not only provides warmth, it also makes your outfit nicer and more chic.
Miniskirt – there’s nothing more annoying than to see a girl wearing a mini skirt tug down on her skirt every minute because she’s showing more skin than she expected. If you feel like wearing a mini skirt but don’t want to be that girl, wearing fashion tights underneath can help you heaps. Be more confident to step out and move around in a mini by wearing fashion tights underneath to conceal skin.
Halloween is here! It’s that time of year again. Time for everyone out there to do the thing that they dread the most: finding the best outfit for this years Halloween party! Looking for a Halloween outfit can be a daunting task, but we are here to help. We have the perfect pair of tights for you to make a quick and easy DIY costume. Even more important, to make the best DIY Halloween costume without spending all of your savings, for just one night of fun.
Pamela Mann bat star and moon tights, perfect for a sexy vampire
A black faux leather outfit, red lipstick and one of those mocked pointy fangs you can find everywhere before Halloween (from pound stores to supermarkets) and, the most important, these cool tights with bats, moon and stars by Pamela Mann. These tights can also work for a witch outfit, don’t you think?
Pamela Mann All Over Sheer Star Tights
The witch look has always been a staple for a Halloween costume since the early days of trick or treating and fun Halloween get together. Which is why Pamela Mann’s all over sheer star tights are the perfect tights for anyone looking to be a scary, yet sexy witch this year to really wow their friends, with it’s simple yet stunning black star pattern over a sheer material, this design is perfect for anyone looking for that old school Halloween look.
Pamela Mann Stitches and Blood Tights
Truly striking and spectacular, this gory design from Pamela Mann will make all your friends shiver in terror this Halloween, as this pair of 15 denier tights gives true Frankenstein-esque vibes to all that see it, and are guaranteed to give second glances from passersby, with its expertly made fake, bloody stitches. For anyone looking to be a seductive, yet scary Frankenstein’s monster this Halloween, Pamela Mann Stitches and Blood Tights are the way to go.
PamelaMann Cobweb Pattern Net Tights
Nothing screams ‘Scary’ like spiders! And yet, many people this Halloween also want to achieve that perfect mix of terrifying and seductive. Well, Pamela Mann Cobweb Pattern Net Tights are the perfect choice for anyone wanting heads to turn towards you, both in admiration for how sexy you look, and in fear for how scary you look. The funky, yet intricate cobweb tights pattern prove these tights are a must-have for this spooky night, and are a perfect compliment to a frightening spider costume. Another truly great product from Pamela Mann!
What about the Pamela Mann Skeleton Leggings?
Do you know why Halloween leggings are a perfect choice? Because you can wear them with cosy boots or fancy heels, matching a nice top and that’s it, Halloween costume sorted. For anyone aiming to become a spooky skeleton this year, this impeccable design from Pamela Mann would work well with any skeleton T Shirt or costume, without having to pay too much for the full costume! Pamela Mann have definitely gone above and beyond with how many amazing quality tights they have made that are great for Halloween, and the simplistic design of the Pamela Mann Skeleton Leggings is no different.