Here are some photos that I took while wearing Miriam sheer 20 den hosiery by Fiore. It is just like any backseam pantyhose, but with an additional twist towards the ankle. They are sheer to waist and the toe doesn’t have any visible reinforcement.
Here is my review for you for Viona by Fiore, 40 den suspender tights.
I tried these on, over my black thong, just to see what it really looks like. Surprising, but the bottom part is not actually a stocking, but a stay up. There is silicone lining along the welt and also on top of the belt to keep this piece of lingerie in place and prevent sliding.
The leg is 40 denier, so not too sheer, meaning that it will actually last you for a while and won’t get destroyed on the first outing by accident. The lace on the top is really nice too, pretty stretchy and feels good to touch.
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.
These photos were submitted by a happy nylon couple. This is Sophie, showing off her legs in Vanity stockings by Fiore in black shade, worn with a garter belt. She also has a pair in nude shade as you’ve seen in one of the previous posts. Her boyfriend is trying to do his best and focus on photography, but he can’t concentrate because she is just so good looking!
Here is a photo of my legs in glossy Raula tights by Fiore. I took this photo today on my deck, wearing high heel shoes and denim shorts. Later I changed into flats and went to do some grocery shopping still wearing these, catching some looks of course. This style is sheer to waist with a cotton gusset.
by Auria Storm, Calgary-based alternative pin up model and gamer
The first time I saw Harley Quinn trapped in an alley and smile that roguish smile while screaming for her babies, I fell in love. Here was a character that was intelligent, independent and yet still madly in love. My first anti-hero, first villainess crush and from that moment on and there was never any looking back. Batman, was a hero, but my real hero was Dr. Harleen Quinzel aka Harley Quinn.
It’s been years since that moment (no speculating on how many!) and I now own a sizeable collection of Harley Quinn memorabilia. This includes starting a Harley Quinn themed leg sleeve. I currently only have the re-vamped Suicide Squad, Harley, but it will soon include a classic Harley Quinn on my lower calf.
What prompted me to get a themed tattoo? My Harley Quinn piece is an inspiration to me. A reminder that you can have it all, lose everything and still start over and find love. Harley Quinn might be insane, but there are a few lessons that she shares with us all. Love can be found in the unlikeliest of place, you don’t choose who you love and most of all, always be yourself. Now, I’m not saying Harley and The Joker have a healthy relationship, but I think the authors have addressed that with the new B52 release. Harley is finally moving on and taking care of herself, something that probably should have happened long ago.
It’s funny the people I have met because of my tattoo and my occasional cosplay. Others who understand that Harley Quinn, a character meant to be a one off, is something more than just a joke. For me, Harley Quinn is an inspiration and I’ll dedicate a whole leg to her in true crazy fandom style.
Do you want to see more of Auria Storm? Please follow her on social media and check her website. She is also open to doing paid themed photoshoots.
Twitter – https://twitter.com/Auria_Storm
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/auria52/
Website – https://www.auriastorm.com/
In these photos Auria Storm is wearing white shiny pantyhose by Fiore called Idalia. They come in many shades and white is one of them. 20 den, durable, sheer to waist. If you like it, buy it HERE.
These legs belong to my friend, Tamara. She agreed to take a few photos for me of the leggings imitation tights called Morena by Fiore. Here are the photos of what they actually look like on the legs. It looks like it’s a mix of 20 and 40 den. There is white embroidery on the ankle.
Do you think candid photos like that are easy to get out of friends? No way, I waited for over a year for these to be finally done. Still, I would prefer to have photos outdoors in daylight just in order to see what it looks like in reality.
If somehow I give a pair of pantyhose or leggings to a woman and tell her that in exchange for it I want photos, she just forgets completely disregards the fact that she still owes something for it. Let’s just say that without a formal agreement to such a barter arrangement I am no longer doing that.
Just recently there was an article published here about taking your dog to work. Initially I really wanted to have a male pantyhose wearer do some photos with the dog, just as something different. If workplaces are accepting to dogs, why wouldn’t they be to males wearing hosiery? Well, that didn’t go so well, many people promised but none submitted. Eventually I gave up on trying to persuade men to pose with their dog and asked Helene to do it. She did a really nice article and sent me several photos to choose from.
Alright, finally back on topic from my little rant there. If you want to try out these leggings imitation tights, here they are – Morena by Fiore.
Carola tights by Fiore are finally in stock. Here are some photos of Julia’s legs in these cool melange tights with an over knee imitation pattern. Leave a comment if you want to see more photos done by Julia, she has such nice legs!
I just put these cool suspender tights on sale. They are only $4.99. However, please note, I only have Small and Medium in stock. This is the reason for the clearance.
Cornelia by Fiore in Linen shade, modeled by Julia:
Cornelia by Fiore in Black shade, modeled by Jessica (me):
Which shade do you think looks hotter? Black on black, or the contrast one? I’d love to hear your opinion. Don’t forget to get one for yourself – Cornelia by Fiore.