Finally incredibly stylish nude opaque tights
GNW cardigan, Missoni dress, Gap leather trench coat, neion Cristian Louboutain pumps, Sam Edelman stuuded bucket bag, statement belt, Herms collier de chien bangle, pearl studs (all own), hat c/o Tenth Street Hats and nude tights c/o Hipstik Legwear
Contents
  1. Corporate style asks for nude hosiery
  2. Hipstik nude opaque tights look stylish
  3. Best nude pantyhose for temperatures below the freezing point
  4. Price performance-ratio
  5. Who will love them
  6. Join the October pantyhose and tight challenge
  7. Summary

Disclosure: Ad. The nude opaque pantyhose is a sample of my choice from Hipstik. The post is not endorsed by them. I wrote it entirely myself and it represents my own 100% honest opinion.

Corporate style asks for nude hosiery

When you live in a region with cold winter weather, a corporate dress code that asks for nude pantyhose is a card blanche for feeling miserable all winter. I am lucky that in my field the dress code is very casual. However, my female colleagues in some other disciplines and women in corpoate jobs are not so fortunate. This means they can’t get away with wearing black tights as I often do in winter. I always wondered why there are no nude pantyhose that works in winter. Thus, when I saw that Hipstik® Legwear offered nude opaque tights I had to try them. Here is what I found and think about them.

Hipstik nude opaque tights look stylish

My first reaction when I opened the package and first held them in my hands was “Wow, they look like real tights, but in nude.” Actually, they are like my black opaque pantyhose that I introduced you to earlier this year. They have the same beautiful lace top and knit like my black opaque pair. Would they also have the nice look when worn? Thus, I couldn’t wait to style an outfit with them the next day.

view of the pretty lace band

front view of legwear to illustrate natural color
Photos above: Illustration of the natural color, great fit and pretty lace band

Best nude pantyhose for temperatures below the freezing point

Once for all the weather was cooperative. The next morning little ice crystals were visible on the roofs, car windows and the deck. I put the new pair on and it’s a perfect fit. No slipping and bulky lines, whatsoever. See photos for the slim fit and the nice lace top.

I also like that they look so natural. The color doesn’t look Old Lady or like you were wearing some medical compression tights. Full discolsure, I feared they could look like that. But they look like real pantyhose, but with the insolation factor of opaque tights. They really solved my problem (and that of many other women who have or like to wear nude legwear).

I am so excited. I will buy some more of them so I don’t have to wait til this pair comes out of the laundry. Oh, that’s another tink I like about their opaque hosiery. I can put them in the washer.

opaque nude hosiery and purple pumps

back view of outfit with nude panties, purple skirt and pumps, black cardigan

fashion blogger over 50 in opaque pantyhose, skirt, twinset, pumps work outfit

stylist in Hipstik nude tight, purple straight skirt, sweater, cardigan, necklace, belt, pumps
Prada pumps, J. Crew skirt, Isaac Mizrahi cardigan, Heidi Ara belt buckle, Moda International short sleeve cashmere sweater, Rebecca Collins necklace, pearl studs (all own) and panties c/o Hipstik

Price performance-ratio

When you are a regular reader you know that I rate everything in terms of cost-per-wear. These nude tights cost $27. Since this pair just arrived, I only wore it three times so far. However, it still looks like on the first day when I pulled it out of its package. Since the pair has the same quality like my black ones from Hipstik, I expect that they will last as long as those as well. The black tights are meanwhile below $1 per wear. And yes, they still look awesome and stick in place! Thus, thumbs up!

Who will love them

Well, all women whose professional dress code requires nude looking legs. Then those women who like me are a skirt and dress kind of gals and live in a region with cold winters. They are also great for those women who want/have to hide spider venes or mosquito bites. Even if you are a women who rarely wear skirts and/or dresses, these nude tights may be a shortcut for you when you have to wear a dress. Since they are opaque, hairy legs won’t show. Crossdressers, did you hear this?

When you hate the bulk of tights and/or digging in rubberbands, you will love this pair. The wide lace band is pure comfort. Not to mention so feminine.

Many of you will also like that Hipstik is a small business owned by a woman. Hipstik Legwear is a member of the Female Founders Collective and nationally certified Woman-Owned and women-made in the USA in North Carolina. Which woman doesn’t like that?

I can really recommend this product to my friends. And as I said I will order some additional pairs. You can buy them online at Hipstik® Legwear.

Join the October pantyhose and tight challenge

I would like to invite to join me on Instagram to my October Legwear Style Challenge. Post your Hipstik outfits and tag me @highlatitudestyle so I can see them. Psst, there will also be a giveaway on my IG sponsored by Hipstik. Thus, stay tuned to not miss it.

influencer in leather trench coat, camouflage dress, Hipstik nude tights
Gap leather trench coat, Gap camouflage shirt dress, Ivanka Trump nude ankle strap pumps, Sam Edelman studded bucket shoulder ba, amethyst earrings, Heidi Ara amethyst buckle (all own) and nude tights c/o Hipstik

Summary

Hipstik nude opaque tights are affordable ($27) high quality, natural looking tights that are suitable to provide thermal comfort in cold winter weather. They hide impurities like spider venes or hair, look effortlessly stylish and office appropriate even in a corporate work environment. Get you pair now.

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Photos of me: G. Kramm
Other photos: N. Mölders

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  1. Jonathan Caswell

    yowza! fashion and warmth at the same time!!!!!

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