Ever lost any of these small things? Trying to find something microscopic in your home can feel like, well, finding a needle in a haystack. I looked everywhere for it. I checked in the couch. I checked under the couch.
The most daring trend on the Spring runways was not the rhinestone-encrusted nip slip at Saint Laurent. Nor was it wearing your lingerie out of the house in the light of day. In fact, the most jaw-dropping trend of the season started from the bottom up: pantyhose and open-toe shoes. Go ahead, shriek if you want.
What Happens When You Put a Pair of Pantyhose on the End of Your Vacuum
Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. While some flight attendants and all Hooters waitresses are still required to wear flesh-toned pantyhose as part of their uniforms, almost every major American corporation has banished any mention of pantyhose from dress-code manuals. And there is one corner of the world where pantyhose are still very much de rigueur: Hollywood. The women I dress for TV shows, films, and commercials almost never go on camera with bare legs — they all want a smooth, sleek leg line; the kind you can only get with leg makeup or flesh-toned pantyhose. But nobody wants it to be obvious that they are wearing pantyhose, so I swear by a handful of brands that deliver perfect-looking legs — without calling any attention to themselves.
Toenail too sharp? Did you try shoving your foot in without delicately scrunching up the fabric beforehand? Wearing thigh high boots with a zipper?