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Women's Suspender Tights

Although suspenders never really went out of fashion, women's suspender tights have changed the way that women feel about dressing up.

The all-in-one hosiery has all the allure of sexy stockings with the comfort of tights. Mock suspender tights typically feature an opaque suspender belt at the top and opaque coverage up to just above the knee.

The sheer woven thigh is embellished with patterned garters and mock 'suspenders'.

Different types of women's suspender tights material

Nylon suspender tights replicate the smoothness and softness of silk.

Strong, stretchy and elastic, Lycra offers a comfort fit that retains its shape.

Characterised by the distinctive diamond-shape knit, fishnet tights elongate the shape of the leg.

Lightweight and sheer, polyamide tights are made from synthetic fibres and nylon.

Typically made from a nylon/elastane/spandex mix, lace suspender tights provide a flattering and ultra feminine stretchy fit.

Different types of women's suspender tights patterns

Opaque or sheer, plain suspender tights are the most popular type of women's hosiery.

Horizontal or vertical, striped tights can give the illusion of a slimmer or wider shaped leg.

Feminine floral suspender tights are available with a hint of lacy floral pattern at the top of the thigh, or an all over design.

The classic diamond shaped design is the fishnet. Some suspender tights feature an all over pattern of large Argyle style diamonds to the lower leg.

Modelled on the classic stocking, these mock suspender tights feature a discreet seam detail on the back of the leg.

Different styles of

women's suspender tights

Garterbelt tights feature opaque 'garters' with matching mock suspenders and a sheer thigh area. Some styles boast a cutaway thigh that allows you to reveal bare skin, for a real stockings and suspenders illusion.

Crotchless styles boast contoured 'suspenders' and an open crotch and side areas.

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