One of the customers here sent me a photo to give me a little sneak peak of how amazing his girlfriend looks in Gatta pantyhose (style called Carmine).
Fancy black pantyhose, plum shade stiletto high heels, and perfect slim legs.
Wow! This is true love.
Hyatt women oriented hotel in Calgary decided to offer women-friendly service with rooms equipped with curling irons, hairspray, deodorant, and even pantyhose! For a travelling woman these are essential items that she just can’t do without.
Hyatt Women Oriented Hotel in Calgary Offers Pantyhose to Visitors
I really hope that when I visit Calgary, I’ll stay at that pantyhose hotel. Looks like I may need to go there soon anyway, after they recover from the flood. It is a very developed city and I only managed to see it for about an hour before when I drove through it. Many people come there for business.
Isn’t this a progress that a hotel finally decides to recognize pantyhose as a basic need for a business woman? It’s just as important as groomed hair and clean clothes.
A big hosiery fan like me for sure won’t forget to pack pantyhose, but I still would be excited to dig through some pantyhose provided in my hotel room. Do you have any thoughts on this new marketing technique for hotels? With the growing number of female entrepreneurs, this could be a very smart strategy.
This is an old advertisement that used a man for their marketing material.
I’ve heard it in a lecture on marketing that this was an approach to recognize the males as customers too. Women buy hosiery and underwear and who gets to appreciate the most? The men!
This brand still exists to this very day. I wonder, did they really try to get men to buy stockings for their women or is this taken out of context by the presenter of the marketing lecture that I listened to?
I would love to hear your opinion. But I somehow don’t feel that the man in that silly hat on the Wolsey poster turns me on.