10 Denier Ladder Resist Sheer Tights
Ladder resist tights
I have been buying these tights for years, but the pairs I bought last week have changed, they are not so stretchy and seem to be longer in the leg. They have also stopped putting a label inside the top, which is not really that important except its quicker to see which was round they go. I do like the shaped foot though. I thought £4 was a reasonable price, but they now don't seem to be the same quality, hence my 'average' grading.
11 October 2013
I have been buying these tights for years and I have never had a problem with them. I had been going to the gym a lot more and doing a lot of leg exercises and my legs were getting bigger, i then realised I needed to go up to a medium (im only 5ft).
I have put my tights through the washing machine a few times and they still look fab, if you put them in the machine I recommend putting the tights into a little wash bag or pillow case to protect them from getting snagged.
I also wear these tights on a night out and people have asked if I am bear legged and I say no m&s tights :)
06 October 2013
Not the cheapest tights on the market; in fact fairly expensive but for me definitely the most comfortable. Usually have to buy extra large because the waistband on most tights are so small I end up being squeezed in the middle but then have to put up with "Nora Batty" wrinkles at the ankle but these are so different and I can comfortably wear my proper size of large.
24 May 2013
Ok but that's it!
I always buy my tights at M&S but I am not impressed with this style.
They are ladder resistant but it is easy to snag them and develop little holes. I am careful when I put tights on but the first two pairs ripped and had an annoying hole on the leg.
Maybe I was in a clumsy mood though! They are great if like me, you are 5'10. Size wise they are generous!
20 May 2013