Hosiery Buying Guide - Tips For Choosing The Right Hosiery
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Hosiery Buying Guide
Buying hosiery, tights & stockings can be a very daunting experience at the best of times, with many confusing terms and features that you may not be familiar with. Here at Zodee we aim to change all that, helping you find the perfect hosiery for every occasion. Our simple to use guide helps you wade through the technical terms and our site helps you filter the large range of hosiery based on your specific requirements and desires. It's easy to buy the cheapest you can find, but in most cases spending a bit more will mean that you'll get much better value for money.
Whether you're looking for a stockings for a particular occasion or outfit, or just every everyday tights that can be worn with many outfits, you will need to asses the requirements for that particular need. In this guide we help you understand the different types of hosiery and what should be worn for each instance. Of course if you have any specific questions, please contact our knowledgeable Customer Service team.
Do you want natural colours that are similar to skin tone?
Do you want to stand out with coloured or patterend tights?
Or do you want classic black?
This can ultimately change the look of an outfit.
What outfit will you be wearing?
Will the briefs be visible under a dress or skirt?
Do you need a control top or maternity tights?
What shoes will you be wearing?
Open toes are best for peep toe shoes and sandals, while a reinforced toe is best for enclosed shoes.
When putting on hosiery, remove all rings and bracelets so they don't catch on the stockings. Watch out for sharp fingernails as well.
Roll your stockings up so that your toes are in the bottom of the stocking. Then pull the rest of the stocking up you leg. This ensures that you are not pulling the fabric too much that can cause ladders.
Ideally wash your hosiery by hand or an easier alternative is to put them in a hosiery bag on cool wash. Dry away from direct heat and never iron.
If your stocking has a ladder and you are unable to change into a new pair, dabbing some clear nail polish on the ladder will prevent it from unravelling further. We suggest throwing out any stockings that have ladders and holes as it can ruin an outfit.
Now that you know all about hosiery, it's time to buy hosiery!