Perfect ‘Invisible’ Tights – A New Trend in Legwear
A prevalent trend in legwear is creating sheer tights that are subtle. Many designers attempt to create almost invisible items, with a thickness of 10 denier or less. Super sheer or ultra sheer tights are made so that you can cover up blemishes and add an even skin tone to your legs, without giving the game away that you are wearing anything at all.
This trend has grown season after season, and as we are about to enter Winter 2020, we will see more and more of these types of tights. Many designers are releasing whole ranges dedicated to the purpose rather than just a five denier version of an existing design as they used to.
One such range is Pretty Polly Naturals Skin Tones. The Naturals range was a staple of legwear lovers and fashionistas for years when it came to light and sheer summer tights. But they never went that extra mile to hide and make it seem like you were wearing nothing at all. This new range of theirs is all about staying behind the scenes and giving your legs all the credit.
“Increasingly modern approach”
This particular range is one of the dozens, but it is particularly noteworthy as it is inexpensive, high quality and comes from a household name. Pretty Polly’s new range has already proven popular before the warm weather arrives, reports UK Tights, one of their retailers.
This is a trend that is growing in legwear, and many designers are embracing it for several reasons. One is that there is a growing concern for health and personal well being, and that means that many women are shopping for things that enhance their figures that they work hard to maintain, rather than hide them.
Another is an increasingly modern approach to design and fashion, with less is more being the catchphrase unofficially of many designers. And something that fashion scouts and trend spotters might notice too is that there is a growing trend in visible tattoos among younger women.
Heavily patterned tights obscure these, and only ultra sheers give your legs a great colour while letting body art be seen.