We’ve posted in the past about the leading role that hosiery is taking in the intimate apparel world. No longer is hosiery just pantyhose! Today, hosiery can cover the gamut from colorful to muted or from textured to smooth. Regardless, hosiery is one of the new ways to add flair to a fashionable wardrobe both outside and inside the bedroom.
Bare Necessities has done a great job compiling their Top 10 Hosiery picks featuring the best of the best from sheer and smoothing to opaque and shaping styles. Featuring brands like Hue, Wolford, SPANX, DKNY, and more, there is something for everyone this fall. Reflecting the trends on the runway, many tights and leggings this season have an 80s feel with prints, patterns, and colors reminiscent of that era. In a more classic vein, textures and patterns take center stage featuring chevrons, herringbones, plaids, and argyles (one of my favorites!). See below for a sampling of styles available this fall and know that there are plenty more where those came from!
Fortunately for all of us (and all of our budgets), Bare Necessities is an equal opportunity provider of trends at all price points. And, of course, you can’t be the free shipping with orders over $100! With over 250 styles to choose from, you are bound to find something perfect for you. New styles are added frequently and others are frequently on sale, so check back often.
Speaking of new styles, those of you who love Ed Hardy & Christian Audigier will be happy to know that an assortment of hosiery from both brands will be hitting the site very soon along with my personal favorite. I’m overjoyed that none other than Commando has launched into the hosiery world with laser cut waistband, opaque tights! The same innovative elements of Commando underwear is now featured in a variety of tights! Currently, Bare Necessities is selling the Matte Opaque Tights. Not only can you choose from black or brown tights, but also choose from a solid or paisley print waistband.
Those DKNY ones are just what I’ve been looking for!
I am seeing the faux fishnet look a -lot- this season.