Believe it or not – next week is the start of September. First things first, where did the summer go?! Secondly, it’s time to start thinking about the weather inevitably getting chillier and the night’s drawing in. Depressing it may be, but instead of lamenting the change of season, we’re embracing it. The transition between winter and autumn is notoriously difficult when it comes to knowing what to wear on your legs. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up our collection of semi opaque tights that are perfect for this time of year. Between a 30-40 denier, semi opaque hosiery means you’ll still be able to see a slight glimpse of skin, yet gives you extra protection from nasty weather. It’s the perfect compromise!
For a great everyday pair that won’t break the bank, the Pretty Polly 40D Silk Finish Tights are a must. With their slight sheen and silky feel, they’ll give any look an elegant base, and come two per pack – meaning you’ll always have a pair to hand when you need them most. Or if you’re after something that might last a little longer, take a look at the Aristoc 30D Opaque Tights. Offering value for money, these reliable semi opaques come in both black and navy, are super durable, and have a matte finish, so will slot seamlessly into both day and evening looks.
Widely considered to be the ultimate coverage tights, another option are the Neon 40s from Wolford. Super shiny and ideal for glam occasions, they’ll cover over any blemishes or skin imperfections, and have the appearance of a 20 denier (but the warmth of a 40), meaning that you don’t have to give up on summer legs just yet! Forever on your feet? For a quick fix to tired legs, the Falke Leg Energiser 30 Tights are a great choice, using a strong support level to boost circulation, as well as a hidden shaping effect to smooth over any lumps and bumps.
Last but not least in our semi opaque line up, we have the Jonathan Aston 40D Opaque Tights, which come in an abundance of colours that are fab for injecting some personality into another dull look.
The end of summer isn’t so bad now, is it?