Romastory Velvet Elastic Fleece Lined Tights
Last updated date: April 1, 2021
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These fleece-lined tights are ideal for wearing under outfits or for dance and other exercise classes. They are sized one-size-fits-most, so it may be helpful to read product reviews before you buy to see how other women found the fit. Length is 37 inches, waist is stretchy from 22 to 33.5 inches, and hip is 27.56 to 39.40 inches.
In our analysis, the Romastory Romastory Velvet Elastic Fleece Lined Tights placed 1st when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Great to Wear in Winter, For Daily, Coffee, Skiing ,Work, Dance, Vacation. Size Notice: One size elastic legging fits US S/M size. Lined with Thick Fleece to keep you warm in winter. It is great to wear under shorts, skirts, tunics, and long sweaters. Size detail: Length: 94 cm/37", Waist(stretchy):56-85 cm/22''-33.5", Hip : 70-100 cm/27.56''-39.40''.
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An Overview On Fleece Tights
The winter months can be cold, especially if your morning commute requires you to spend some time outdoors. If you like to wear skirts and dresses, you may find you have to put that on hold during the coldest months to stay comfortable.
Fleece tights can help with that. Materials like nylon and spandex are mixed with fleece to provide warmth while also giving them a thinner build that lets you wear them with skirts and dresses. But not all fleece tights are equally warm, and each pair has its own benefits.
When looking for tights to keep you warm, you may notice that the use of fleece can be more generous in some areas than others. There may be plenty to keep your abdomen warm, but not enough for your legs, for instance. Some feature warmth all over but leave fleece out of the toes. You may decide to double up with socks and boots for the time you spend outside.
Fleece tights are available in many of the same color options you’ll find with pantyhose. Typically, you’ll choose from black, nude and other neutral colors like gray and navy blue. This makes it easy to coordinate your tights with the skirts and dresses you’ll be wearing most often.
The Fleece Tight Buying Guide
- The degree of opacity varies from one pair of tights to another. If you’re interested in covering blemishes or tattoos, look for a pair that’s 100% opaque.
- If you’ve ever worn tights, you know that a snag can come unexpectedly. Keep a spare pair in your desk or bag. Clear nail polish can come in handy for stopping a small run from getting worse.
- As with other types of hosiery, you’ll get the best results by hand washing your tights and hanging them to dry. This will keep them from losing their shape and elasticity, as well as reducing the risk of snags.
- Sizing can be challenging with tights. Some use the standard hosiery sizing (A, B, C and D), while others label their tights small, medium or large. If you’re taller or shorter than average, you may also need to look for a pair of tights that are available in those two lengths.
- Although black can seem like it goes well with your black skirts and dresses, nude is great for giving the appearance that you’re not wearing tights at all.
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