Just arrived! Fidele tights by Fiore, 20 den, zipper pattern at the back. Sheer to waist with a t-top design. Invisibly reinforced toe.
I tried these nice micromesh tights today, Spot by Fiore. They seem to be pretty durable because of the weave. I only brought these in nude shade because it looks so much more summery than black.
One of these was recently sold and I wanted to check out the pattern closer. What a cool style for spring, that yellow and black band really brings out joy, reminding me of sunflowers and bumble bees. As many of you already know, I moved to Toronto, but the weather here is still unusually cold, making me wish for those summer days when I can indulge in sheer hosiery. You can view this striped style here.
I came across a book on the internet called “Being a goddess for your man” and there was an interesting reference to Sophia Loren there to demonstrate how a true lady can handle herself in a classy and calm way even in the most provoking situation.
At a press-conference, a journalist started to publicly criticize Sophia’s outfit, but such behavior didn’t make her uncomfortable. She politely said to him that it is entertaining to see a movie critic pay so much attention to a piece of fabric rather than the film itself. Sophia Loren asked him to tell the audience if everything is alright with his intimate life because he is so focused on her pantyhose.
This heckler was silenced and Sophia Loren demonstrated once again the power of her femininity.
P.S. Thank you to Nikolaj from Germany for supplying me with a whole gallery of Sophia Loren photos. I am going to keep on releasing them on social media and for future articles.
It is still pretty cold in Toronto, but stores already have swimwear greeting you as you walk in. I tried today to combine a little bit of spring-like hosiery into my outfit and put in a pair of fishnets over sheer pantyhose. Here is a photo of me trying on shoes at a local store while wearing that. You can spot the control top, somehow my shorts turned out to be not long enough to hide it. In case you are wondering, both styles are by Conte. I promised to review a few items by this brand from Belarus for their official distributor.
Please check these out these on eBay, they are running some specials on them.
Conte fishnet tights (seamless panty portion with a cotton gusset, no reinforcement on the toe)
Conte sheer Nuance 15 (reinforced toe and panty, no gusset, plus size available)
What exactly it is that they are doing still eludes me, but let’s give them some credit – they are using seamless pantyhose for their game! No gussets, no seams, no waistbands, this for sure looks prettier on Kelly’s face than a regular cheap drug mart pair.
Here is the link to the video in case you are interested – LINK to Yahoo Entertainment.
Hey, friends, you are probably wondering how come there are no updates from me. I am going through a lot of changes on my end after moving to Toronto. I am still processing orders, obviously, I just don’t have much time for blogging. This will change soon because if you followed me for several years, you’ve seen that sometimes I blog frequently and sometimes I don’t. This just depends on what else is going on in my life.
I decided to run a clearance on Sava by Fiore pantyhose because I have a lot of size Large in Navy Blue shade in stock. I get a lot of requests for this shade because not many companies make it anymore.
Recently I’ve been listening to a talk on fetishes by Mistress Lotta, a Russian BDSM club owner. She was saying that no colour like black has that much impact on people’s mind. Only white maybe can get somewhat close to it. What is your opinion?
Our psychological appreciation of colour has to do with the many perceptions of our lives. We have associations, so called connotations, with certain colours.
It turns out that for black the common connotations are that it is sophisticated, expensive, severe, mysterious, stark, and simple. There are also people out there who would describe it as glum and sneaky, but I am certaintly in the first category!
I remember Tim Ferris (the author of the 4 Hour Work Week) talking in one of his videos about the joy of NOT wearing black. He was sitting there dressed almost like a parrot, frankly, in something orange and a bunch of other shades that simply looked like something a only a person with a poor taste would choose.
I do like other colours in my wardrobe too, but I try not to wear too many because otherwise it looks overwhelming. Naturally, at least half of my wardrobe is black.
It sure extends to my pantyhose preferences! I remember the very first wholesale batch that I imported and I was surprised to hear from my friends that they wish I would bring some more colours other than black. It didn’t even occur to me at the time that someone would want a different colour. As you know from this blog though, I have expanded my hosiery preferences and I now experiment with many other shades too.
I was browsing an article about some pick up techniques used by men to get attention. One of them, called neg-hit, is never used first, but only after the woman begins to somehow either catch on or resist initial attempts. Such comments are meant to bring the woman down from her self-imposed pedestal.
One example of a neg-hit would be something like this – “Are your legs crooked, or is it just the way you put on your pantyhose today?” This is totally not expected by the woman and she gets all flustered. The next step for the man would be to show approval and say that he was just kidding, thus bringing to woman to relax.
Ladies, keep that in mind! But still, please, straighten your backseam and any geometrical lines on your hosiery to prevent giving men like that something extra to work with.