This review is something a little different. A guest reviewer, named Irene, conveyed to me her impressions of Donna Karan’s Ultra Sheer Control Top pantyhose. OK, I know these aren’t tights, much less opaque. But I figured the ladies reading this blog would appreciate this one. So, take it away Irene!
Thanks! There was a time when my legs were perfect, near modeling perfect, and I didn’t cover them with anything. Not tights. Not pantyhose. If it got cold outside I’d simply wear pants, long dresses, or a very nice full length coat! Well the ravages of time bring about minor imperfections in our skin and although my legs still look terrific, or so my male friends say so, a few small permanent blemishes here and there has encouraged me to wear hosiery more often. Especially when out on the town! I do like the feel and appearance of tights, now that they’ve become so much more comfortable compared to years past. But I also like the sheer look and feel of quality pantyhose. I never thought I’d say that. Yet I gave pantyhose one more try last year and realized the game has totally changed. Either hosiery makers finally get it, or as my friend here says the textiles have improved a lot.
I have to tell you that I really don’t like the idea of spending $20 on a package of pantyhose that lasts just a few wearings, if that. Very sheer pantyhose has a very short lifespan, and it doesn’t matter if it’s Wolford or L’Eggs. When you plan for a night out, consider very sheer pantyhose as a temporary accessory. If it lasts the night, bonus. If it doesn’t, oh well it wasn’t meant to anyway. So the only way I’d be buying top quality fragile pantyhose would be on sale.