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itstheyearzero Thu 05-May-16 20:42:10

Having not worn skirts or dresses for work for a number of years, I have now lost some weight and want to start wearing them again. I need something on my !egs though...any recommendations that don't make you look like you are wearing your Nan's American Tans?

itstheyearzero Thu 05-May-16 22:35:33

Anyone?

ProfessorPickles Thu 05-May-16 22:37:51

No advice I'm afraid, sorry OP, but I'm dying to find some good ones!

itstheyearzero Thu 05-May-16 23:31:51

Hopefully someone will be along soon Pickles

Merrybertie Fri 06-May-16 06:43:05

Bumping as I'm hoping someone has recommendations

mouldycheesefan Fri 06-May-16 06:45:52

Me too I want the Kate Middleton ones

madmother1 Fri 06-May-16 06:49:45

I use the Boots or Tesco tights. 15 denier as I find the 10 denier too thin.The colour seems ok. Hope that helps. Unfortunately the recycling bin had gone. I can't post a photo of the packet.

welshweasel Fri 06-May-16 06:50:50

Tesco 15 denier sheen. Come in a two pack.

Itisbetternow Fri 06-May-16 06:51:36

Next have some nude ones which look very natural. I even wore a pair with the ties cut out on Saturday night and thought they looked fine.

itstheyearzero Fri 06-May-16 07:28:31

Fab. Thanks all.

Philoslothy Fri 06-May-16 07:36:03

is supposed to wear these ones from John Lewis ones. How they know, I am not sure. ink{http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-7-denier-barely-there-non-slip-tights-pack-of-1/p395531?colour=Nude&s_afcid=af_136348&awc=1203_1462516425_4a53c1382e07a3852fa68457b7a20c07#page_loaded\m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-7-denier-barely-there-non-slip-tights-pack-of-1/p395531?colour=Nude&s_afcid=af_136348&awc=1203_1462516425_4a53c1382e07a3852fa68457b7a20c07#page_loade]]d}

andadietcoke Fri 06-May-16 07:39:04

Primark ones are exactly my skin tone - I look like I've not got anything on at all. Plus they're cheap and seem to wear well.

andadietcoke Fri 06-May-16 07:40:56

Just realised I've had those JL ones too - bought them from Waitrose when desperate. They were very good but was glad I'd sized up.

Philoslothy Fri 06-May-16 08:39:51

complete link fail - non slip tights from John Lewis

Philoslothy Fri 06-May-16 08:40:48

Although if Kate is wearing "barely there" tights they are failing miserably as they always look heavy to me.

brassbrass Fri 06-May-16 08:45:16

I think Kate's tights are too sheeny and make her look really frumpy not a young woman in her thirties.

Isn't the whole point of nude tights that it looks like you aren't wearing anything?

Maybe it's just my personal preference but I really hate the ones with a sheen.

Philoslothy Fri 06-May-16 08:53:47

I have just looked at some photos and yes I agree it is the sheen that makes them look frumpy.

Kirriemuir Fri 06-May-16 09:50:37

I am going to try the John Lewis ones next. I got marks and Spencer's illusion tights - made me look like a corpse.

madmother1 Fri 06-May-16 13:00:38

The sheen ones make me look like I've got sausage legs! !

Granard Fri 06-May-16 17:43:30

I bought John Lewis "ladder resist" barely there nude tights recently - nice colour but a huge hole appeared at the top within minutes. So much for "ladder resist."

Autograph at M&S do a nice range.

My favourite are probably the H&M ones (cheapest too). They're in a white packet and they last for ages.

The Calzedonia nude tights are also really lovely. I bought some in France recently. I think they have shops in London and possibly Brighton, if that's any good.

Woodhill Fri 06-May-16 17:45:20

M&S always suited me.

trinity0097 Fri 06-May-16 20:46:20

Granad ladder resistant means that they don't ladder if they get a hole, not that they don't get holes!

I am currently wearing 70 denier nude tights, no holes/laddering, bought off amazon

Madbengalmum Fri 06-May-16 20:55:57

Falke or wolford, more expensive but waaaayyy better than anything else!

abigboydidit Fri 06-May-16 21:01:20

M&S Autograph do (or did!) lovely ones that were really natural and sheer. Can't remember what they were called though - sorry!

MaybeDoctor Sat 07-May-16 13:15:27

I tend to go for Pretty Polly hold-ups. A bit more pricey but a pair seems to last me a while if worn infrequently/washed carefully.

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