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spiderinthebath Sun 30-Aug-09 21:59:15

Thinking ahead - I quite fancy some thick tights in some good colours, where do you buy yours?

tulpe Sun 30-Aug-09 23:02:34

oooh I want the answer to this question! I have a few pairs of black opaques from Walford which I love and cannot fault.

However, this season I want some nice choc brown and rich purple tights. I hate anything too nylon-y (gives me the ewww factor.....like nails down a chalkboard). Would like something perhaps either cotton or wool rich.

LastTrainToNowhere Sun 30-Aug-09 23:14:27

<<adds on to watched threads list and starts prepping credit card>>

CHOOGIRL Sun 30-Aug-09 23:25:23

mytights.com. Recommend Falke - nice and soft and last ages.

fin42 Sun 30-Aug-09 23:26:10

Tk Maxx are pretty good for tights.

mazzystartled Sun 30-Aug-09 23:28:07

falke cotton and family tights are lovely
john lewis have got some good colours this year
mytights.com has a brilliant range
Wolford Velvet are fantastic, and definitely worth the investment

tulpe Sun 30-Aug-09 23:34:27

Doh.....I meant Wolford of course.....Walford is somewhere fictional characters in a BBC soap opera live blush

Shall try Falke Cotton.

spiderinthebath Mon 31-Aug-09 10:24:47

ooooooh thanks ladies, can always count on your superior knowledge!

OliviaMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 31-Aug-09 10:29:54

LOL at Walford/Wolford.
Also John Lewis do nice cottony thick ones 90denier or something. Wash and wash and wash.

saltyseadog Mon 31-Aug-09 10:31:05

M&S - boring I'm afraid.

I can't wait to get tights on again; I have FROZEN this summer at work.

deaddei Mon 31-Aug-09 12:45:48

Love Walford.I have very long legs and they're great- last for years.
I'm going to come out of my comfort zone this autumn and buy COLOURED ones- maybe blue/purple, to wear with dress/boots.
God I'm daring do at the moment- leggings and coloured tights. What next?

Clure Mon 31-Aug-09 12:51:17

I got some good 70d black tights with really nice shape support top, they've lasted well and are a good fit from George at Asda £4 well spent!

janeite Mon 31-Aug-09 14:06:51

M&S have some nice ones in their Autograph range.

Are Wolford really worth it? They seem hideously expensive. Are the toes strong?

MrsSeanBean Mon 31-Aug-09 15:45:16

Wolford absolutely are worth it, they last for ever and the toes never split! (ime)

janeite Mon 31-Aug-09 21:00:49

Thanks MrsSB. Will have a look.

CMOTdibbler Tue 01-Sep-09 16:36:23

I got some fabulous Gypsy 100 denier cotton ights in lovely colours last week. I bought teal, red and mulberry, and will be going back for more.

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