One size fits all in tights is basically a joke. Size up and not only will the waistband be less constricting, but the tights will be warmer and more opaque. Just be sure to make sure you buy the right height size, or you'll risk saggy knees or a saggy crotch. Maternity tights usually have very wide, stretchy waistbands that can accommodate bloated belly days. The fabric is also usually thicker and more durable.
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November edited November in Parent Cafe. Today I put on a cute new sweater dress and a pair of black opaque tights for the first time this season. Which reminds me of a continuing issue - WHY do all tights have to be "control top" or just so gosh awful tight!!!? I mean, obviously they can't be loose at the top but I HATE the feeling that my waist area is being sucked in and any "excess" bulged at the top! I've bought a size bigger without much luck. I am not a large person, not overly tall.
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If there's a staple in a woman's wardrobe, it's a good pair of tights. Whether they're sheer, opaque, fishnet, or bright pink, these pieces of spandex are a blessing and a curse that, alas, we just can't live without. While we don't have to abide by the royal British dress code of wearing tights under every dress, skirt, and pair of shorts we own, there are still plenty of occasions in which a great pair of pantyhose can save the day. And when it comes to choosing some of the best tights on the market, you'll want to keep a few things in mind. First and foremost, a good pair of tights will be durable.
Do you have to wear pantyhose in the summer? I had a question about wearing pantyhose. Is it really necessary to wear pantyhose with a skirt suit, even in the middle of July? Congratulations on your summer internship — it sounds excellent.