Leg Trends Today: Sheer Delight

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Posted: Saturday, June 2, 2012 7:44 am

(NAPSI)—Fashion trends today lean toward clean-cut classics and feminine dressing. Highlights include short, chic suits, uncomplicated dresses and minimalistic skirts. Transparent pieces and layers of lace create a play on sheer and opaque and evoke an era of romanticism.

With Duchess Kate and her sister providing royal support, the sheer leg continues to make an appearance in the U.S., especially among younger women. From runway to reality, cosmetic skin tones give a barely there tint to the leg and add a modern, polished touch to any outfit. Ultrafeminine thigh highs complement the season’s newest soft and sophisticated styles, while new toeless designs show off a colorful pedicure in open-toe shoes. These new sheer styles offer women a flawless finish and a hint of color.

Pinstripe and graphic nets, along with scrolled floral patterns, can dress up or play down the leg to accommodate any style. Check out lines such as Hanes Hosiery, which offer a leg up on the season’s latest legwear trends. The expanded Hanes Silk Reflections Ultra Sheer collection includes a thigh high and toeless design, each with run-resist technology. This innovation unites beauty and function and prevents embarrassing runs.

Combine these new legwear styles with the season’s latest fashions and you can be ready to work, party and play.

For more information on today’s legwear trends, visit www.haneshosiery.com.


On the Net:North American Precis Syndicate(NAPSI)

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