Backseam is one of the toughest styles to photograph since the seams shift. These are almost perfect, I know how hard it is to keep it straight.
This pretty blogger did a photoshoot for Fiore hosiery in Gina lurex backseam tights. I like how she combined it with the theme of make up, as pantyhose are too in a way make up for the legs.
If you like these and would like to get it, these tights are available at the shop section – Gina lurex backseam tights.
If it wouldn’t be for Asians, I doubt that Vancouver would have so many women on the street in pantyhose. Asian girls are real trend setters.
This pretty girl is wearing tights by Fiore called Taya.
I love how this model put together her outfit – hot shoes, not overly provocative pantyhose, and a bright pink jacket. She is wearing Mandisa style by Fiore, sheer to waist with hearts at the bottom of the leg.
This is a style by Fiore called Taya. I love how this girl put her outfit together! Perhaps I should try to do something of this sort myself. I have similar clothing in my wardrobe.
If you like these over knee imitation tights, you can buy it here – Taya.
To all my friends who celebrate Easter, you may find it entertaining that in 2008 Gucci decided to run a series of pysanka-inspired designs. Pysanka is the art of Ukrainian Easter egg decoration. It’s quite a procedure!
With some precision wax application and alternating colouring solutions one can achieve incredibly detailed designs. One time, a very long time ago, when I was a teen, I had the experience of making such a decorative egg at an ethnic event.
By the way, for those of you who are interested in recycling pantyhose, it is used to dye Easter eggs. Pantyhose fabric plays the role of a casing that presses leaves or designs against the egg and thus leaving that shape uncoloured.
I am asking Julia from Ukraine to do a hosiery-inspired pysanka design for this blog. Will she do it? Your encouragement is greatly appreciated in both verbal and financial form.
In a Nylon Journal magazine there was a fun model of tights published with a subway line form Manhattan printed on it. It somehow reminds me of a song by Shane Yellowbird about his pick up truck where he says “I need a map ’cause I’m lost in your eyes” as his pick up line.
Could it be inspired by someone who got lost in the abyss of New York Metro? I can totally agree if that’s the case, Manhattan metro system could probably easily rank as one of the most sophisticated in the world.
I saw these curious designs on pantyhose and I just had to share it with you! I found it on a forum, so I am really not sure where they are from. But isn’t this a great way to celebrate both weather and hosiery?
It is the first time that I actually had something designed for me. My Youtube friend Fernando helped me with these graphics. The high res version will be incorporated into my videos as a welcome page. I asked him to make it look feminine and to have lace as a source of inspiration.
Do you have any comments?
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