Here is a photo of my legs in Coria tights by Fiore. These semi-opaque tights have a rose pattern down the leg, but it is quite narrow, and thus almost looks like a stripe from a far, making the leg look slimmer. I’d recommend something like this for people who want to visually elongate their legs.
This is my friend showing off her shapely legs in these 40 den semi-opaque Coria tights. I have some in stock and decided to put them on sale for $5.99 for this week only. This is a good beginner style for those who feel that they always rip sheer tights, but don’t want to wear opaques.
I found these cute pantyhose on a Polish website. Isn’t it funny to see cat & star of David combo? I really don’t know what the two have to do together, but I figure it will make my Jewish friends smile. Aren’t these pantyhose with cats adorable?
Funny Pantyhose with Cats
In general pantyhose with cats never fail to bring a smile to my face! I’d do something with paw prints if it would be up to me, let’s say paw prints at the back instead of the backseam.
I am so excited, yesterday I got my first copy of Finn Magazine in the mail! It was so discreetly packaged that I couldn’t even tell what it is myself. When I opened it, I was thrilled and I couldn’t wait to see and read everything.
Actually I didn’t expect it to be printed on such high quality paper with such high quality ink. It’s not one of those magazines that you pick up at the gas station, it’s actually looks and feels like an art book.
Probably showing feet in nylon would call for high end printing to convey in a photograph of what it was really like to be there. Only on a large print with high resolution one would be able to see the fine weave of pantyhose as if you were looking at it in real life.
My own article about flight attendants is published there and I feel very proud to be featured in that magazine as a writer. It’s an honour to write for them.
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.