If you wondered how she does it.
I am always looking for inspiration to write something!!! And, I got one this morning when I looked at the weather forecast for this week &……. It says SNOW!
So let’s talk about ……when it gets cold….! Ok! So come on now & own up……
It’s -10 degrees or less & you see that S**y Girl/ Lady rocking the chill in a skirt or dress with tights & YOU think to yourself ----
“Gosh! Why do women do that to themselves? Why freeze to look stylish? What a price to pay”!!!
Well, let me tell you, you got it all wrong!…..
You noticed her, so she is obviously LOOKING GREAT! & what’s even better- she is FEELING GREAT too!
And today, I am on a mission to tell you how!!!
Ever heard the word “DENIER”? Well, that’s what it’s all about! To elaborate, in hosiery/stockings language, DENIER is a unit of measure of the thickness and weight of a thread. For example, the higher the denier, the thicker and heavier the thread is that is used to make the stocking.
So the higher the denier, the warmer the tight & more opaque too! Your EUREKA moment haan? ;)
# So, get yourself a pair of tights above 70D (denier) & you too can rock this winter in style! You can even get tights upto 500D if you go scouting! You might just melt in them!
# Heard of Cashmere with silk tights? This is a luxurious choice – Warm, Expensive & s**y!
# Looking for a warm yet cheaper option? Get Fleece-lined tights. They actually keep you warmer than jeans. There is no comparison!!!
# Be cautious about the so-called "sweater" tights (cabled or knit tights). They are very porous and don't prevent wind from cutting through. They're effective only on mild winter days.
Lastly, if you are not a skirt/ dress person & prefer to wear your jeans/ pants in winter, wear your hosiery underneath your pants (heck, it's a lot sexier than wearing pants underneath pants, right?)
Here are some links to “spoon feed” you! Now go!! …..Shop…… get warm and maybe make other’s wonder, until they discover-DENIER!!! ;)
Or maybe, be nice to your friends & share this post with them!
Your good deed for the day!