My cousin surprises me with some photos

August 21, 2016 under Fiore

One morning I woke up, but my teen cousin was still sleeping. I asked her to be up by 10 a.m. every morning, so I asked her why she didn’t wake up on time.

Turns out that she was fooling around at night with the camera, taking photos of her legs on the washroom floor. She wanted to surprise me!

Out of all the things she photographed that night, Vadima by Fiore were her favourite. She said that she wants to wear them in winter. Here are some photos of those.

Vadima by Fiore on the legs 1

If you like these, here they are in my shop – Vadima tights, 60 den, in ecri shade.

Modeling Silvia 80 Den Tights by Fiore

July 20, 2014 under Fiore

Silvia tights by Fiore on my legs 80 den

I love it how these tights have a geometric texture to it that also feels groovy to touch. Reinforced toe looks especially cute!

If you like it, here it is for sale – Silvia 80 den 

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Snow in Vancouver and Nessa Pantyhose

February 26, 2014 under News

It is so rare to have snow here!

We had some a few days ago and I decided to take some photos posing in it before it melts. I almost lost a shoe in the process.

Nessa pantyhose Fiore brand Nessa pantyhose polar bears

In case you are wondering, I am wearing Nessa pantyhose by Fiore. They have some of white undertone to them to create the pattern, hence the top is not pitch black but more charcoal.

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Hanukkah Pantyhose Party

December 10, 2012 under Seasonal

I went to see my accountant on the first day of Hanukkah and to my surprise she was also wearing fancy pantyhose.  Don’t we look cute together?

Her family is Jewish, but they follow local traditions too – that explains the decorations under the tree.  The tree to them is just a cute thing, not related to any religion.

I pulled up my knee high skirt and posed with her for some photos.  She was surprised to see me so excited about what she was wearing.  Well, I guess it’s because I never see her in pantyhose!

I think that sparkly of patterned hosiery is a great way to add some spirit to a holiday outfit.

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Hosiery to suit the season and the occasion

March 27, 2012 under Practical

A young woman in lingerie is browsing through her pantyhose while getting ready for work.

Nowadays, hosiery comes in a huge variety of different styles and colours, which means that the modern woman has a lot of freedom when it comes to what she wears on her legs every season.

However, this variety also means that it is easy to get carried away and choose something that is not appropriate for the occasion.

For example, if you are a professional woman, going to work in a place with a dress code, you should avoid wearing bright colours or ‘busy’ patterns. These can make you look less professional, and if they clash with your outfit, the effect can be even worse.

According to the etiquette book I’ve read recently, in their hosiery section they suggest for business women to wear light colour like beige or tan hosiery in the summer and black or charcoal in winter.

This is how I keep my pantyhose – in original packaging stacked in a box for easy retrieval.

I strongly suggest to keep your hosiery well organized.  If this is something that you wear a lot, it is a good idea to have plenty of it and keep it well arranged patterns separately, stay ups separately, and so on.

That way, if you have been relaxing in the morning over breakfast and realize that you are almost late for work, you will not have the disastrous realization that you are out of proper hosiery.

If you have some damaged hosiery that you fixed and still wear with boots or under pants, make sure it is kept in a separate bag all together from all the good ones.  As you know, I am a big fan of recycling myself.

I strongly suggest to keep flawed pantyhose (that are to be worn with boots or under pants) separately from the new ones. You don’t want to be late for work in the morning because you had to sort through a pile of hosiery.

 

If you are not into separating it, it’s better to throw it away because  there is nothing worse than putting on a pair of hosiery and arriving to work, only to notice that they have a run in from the last time your wore them.

Knowing how fragile the hosiery can be, it is suggested to keep an extra pair in your purse or at your desk.  I also found this being mentioned in the etiquette book that I’ve read.

On the weekends, you can be more adventurous with your hosiery, perhaps going for some colours or patterns.  We all get tired from our work clothes.

zverni uvagu show putting on pantyhose

Keep in mind the season and the occasion.

But hey, even when not at  work, it is a still important to make sure that the rest of your outfit goes will with them in order to avoid looking like a clown.  A rule of thumb is that if you are wearing patterns in your clothing, your hosiery must be plain.  If you are wearing plain clothing, then you can consider adding patterned hose to complete the outfit.

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Fleece-Lined Pantyhose

December 10, 2011 under Seasonal

rajstopy I must admit that it’s been a real blessing in this weather to have my thick 500 den fleece-lined pantyhose.  The inside of them is very soft to touch, on the outside it looks very sleek and non-fuzzy.

They work well with skirts, but of course under no conditions such leggings should be worn instead of pants – the seams on the hips still show.

It’s interesting to note though that on the advertisement they are shown to be worn without any skirt, as if it is tight pants.  I suppose that for modeling poses it doesn’t really matter how abstract the composition gets, but consumers should not think that what they see on the cover is reality.

I got previously asked a lot where to get this 500 denier fleece-lined pantyhose, so I purchased some in bulk and it is now available in the shop section of this blog.

Sizes – S, M, L, XL.  Leggings are also available!  It’s a best seller.

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LEGGINGS

TIGHTS 

*Friends, the only funding for this blog is from the shop section.  Please indulge your pantyhose obsession and show some support for my work!  Your purchases make this blog possible.*