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UKTights Blog: Winter Tights Explained

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How cold is winter being at your place? Do you get so much snow? Many of our customers contact us around these days asking for advice about the best winter tights, stockings and hold ups. Nobody likes suffering from cold feet and toes, so we thought it was about the time that we talk about the best tights to cope with cold weather. If you live in a very cold place or you’re going away on a ski trip, this is a post you wouldn’t want to miss.

Should I wear thermal tights?

ITEM m6 Cosy Winter Tights Black
ITEM m6 has a complete range of Winter tights!

You can certainly tell Germany, the ITEM m6 comes from, has cold winters! We can’t recommend enough ITEM m6’s range of cosy tights. You have to think of them as an investment, as they’re worth every penny spent on them. But, what’s the best style? The ‘Cotton Feel’ Tights? The ‘Beauty’ Tights? For us, the ITEM m6 Cosy Winter Tights in the picture above are the most complete of its styles. With micro-circulation and an innovative technology, these 100 denier tights work as an insulating layer, keeping your legs protected from extreme weather.

Aren’t Wool tights a better option?

We can’t tell if wool tights are the best option for winter, but they undoubtedly are one of the best options out there. As we explained earlier, these days there are new materials helping your body keep its natural heat. However, many customers have told us they prefer natural fibres, this is cotton and wool.

As microfibre tights often contain elastane, they expand and adjust to the leg shape better than cotton and wool tights. However, some people have very sensitive skin and prefer natural materials to polyester or polyamide. So, what should you go for?

– Wool tights:

Oroblu Wool Ribbed TightsOroblu Natural Fibres is one of the best ranges of cotton and wool tights and socks in the market. We couldn’t write a post about winter tights without naming this range! The Oroblu Nikki Wool Tights in the picture above is one of the best wool tights out there. We absolutely love the ribbed effect in these tights. Very classic and, still, really sophisticated. They are 75% Wool, which makes them less expensive than other wool tights, too.

After all, fine wool tights with cashmere or alpaca wool can cost five times more. When you buy wool tights, the percentage of the wool and the quality of it make a huge difference: you get what you pay.

– Cotton tights:

Trasparenze Wilma Cotton Tights

Do you struggle to wear wool clothes, but still love the feel of natural fibres over your skin? Why don’t you try cotton tights? They are slightly less warm than wool tights, we have to say. However, cotton tights are softer than wool and less expensive, too. This is good news for those of you who don’t want to spend so much money.

Trasparenze has a really good collection of cotton tights. If we had to choose a single product, we’d go for the Trasparenze Wilma Cotton Tights in the picture above, which offer a great quality for the price.

You don’t have to give up wearing coloured tights in winter:

Trasparenze Sophie 70 Denier Coloured Opaque Tights

Absolutely no. You don’t have to stop wearing coloured tights only because it’s chilly out there. Quite the opposite, actually. A good pair of coloured opaque tights can brighten up any boring outfit. By wearing different colours of tights, you’re expanding your winter wardrobe. ‘Sophie‘, our best-selling coloured opaque tights by Trasparenze, are 70 denier, but such high quality you could think they’re 100 denier. If you have never tried them, you should definitely give them a go.

Now that you know what are the best winter tights, it’s time to think of the styles in your hosiery drawer. Is there any style missing that you should be including?

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Five Cosy Tights You Need To Try This Winter

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

pierre mantoux coste100 denier ribbed wool 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

item m6 beauty anti-cellulite 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

oroblu micromodal natural fibres tights black

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 sensual cotton 80 denier tights at UK 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 Finish For A Budget Price!
levante cashmere touch 100 denier tights for winter

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.