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Hue Opaque Sheer to Waist Tights 4689
Hue 4689 Opaque Sheer to Waist Tights$13.50Select colors/sizes on saleReviews Hue 4689 reviewsValue Pricing
SPANX Tight End Tights 128
SPANX 128 Tight End Tights$28.00Select colors/sizes on saleReviews SPANX 128 reviews
Hue Supersoft Lightweight Tight 11231
Hue 11231 Supersoft Lightweight Tight$13.50Select colors/sizes on saleValue Pricing
Wolford Velvet De Luxe 50 Tights 10687
Wolford 10687 Velvet De Luxe 50 Tights$45.00Select colors/sizes on sale
Hue Super Opaque Tights 6620
Hue 6620 Super Opaque Tights$13.50Select colors/sizes on saleReviews Hue 6620 reviewsValue Pricing
Wolford Mat Opaque 80 Tights 18420
Wolford 18420 Mat Opaque 80 Tights$55.00Select colors/sizes on saleReviews Wolford 18420 reviews
Hue Super Opaque Tight 11923
Hue 11923 Super Opaque Tight$13.50Select colors/sizes on saleReviews Hue 11923 reviewsValue Pricing

Tights are typically different from other pantyhose in weight and level of opacity. Although the English call all pantyhose tights, in the US we think of them as being a heavier weight, opaque and often brightly colored or patterned. They usually have a knit-in crotch and durable seamed toes. Some have a control top, which smooths the silhouette. They're a nice alternative to pantyhose and stockings in colder weather although many women wear them year round.

Tights have seen a surge of popularity in the hosiery market. Women wear them with short skirts and dresses, maxi skirts, tunic tops, even with shorts. They're a great way to liven up an outfit and make your own fashion statement. Some brands have an amazing range of color options, from fuchsia to kelly green to orchid and many more. You'll also find fun patterns, like lacy vines and flowers or sheer tights with opaque polka dots. In fact, more and more brands are offering tights with some sheerness to them. It's easy to figure out how sheer or opaque hosiery is by a measurement called denier, which measures the thickness of fibers. The higher the denier, the more opaque the tights will be.


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