Everyone needs tights – or almost everyone. Dancers, acrobats, ballerinas, athletes, trainers, gym-goers and every other person who wears a pair. So yea, everyone needs tights.
What do you go for when you get tights? I remember myself as a kid taking ballet lessons. I was always so picky about my tights. This selectiveness didn’t die at a young age either. It was so because uncomfortable, scratchy, saggy tights that run at the slightest scratch were everywhere on the market, and they still are.
As a ballerina, I needed tights that hugged but allowed me to do my super flexible routines. And in all my years of buying and wearing stockings, these are the major features of the best tights in the market:
No one wants pair of tights that tear on the first try on, develop holes at the toes and other areas, or run on the sides. On the other hand, quality tights will last years if shown proper care.
You should feel comfortable in your tights. That means avoid scratchy, saggy or billowy tights or pairs that are too tight; you can barely walk freely. Instead, the best tights will feel effortless to wear and comfortable walking, running, squat, or sitting in.
The best tights brands will have tights in various colors and designs. This is to give customers options to choose from to suit their tastes and style. For instance, wearing a nude tight under a dress with a black hem will be a
There are brands known to produce the best tights you can ask for. Ensure that the tights you purchase are from such brands and that they pass these afore-listed tests of durability, comfort and others. If you are going to get tights, you should get your money’s worth and enjoy wearing them.
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