Today, tights coexist not only as training apparel for dancers and gymnasts but as an accessory that makes good sense for covering legs.
Prior to the 18th Century tights were worn by men. However, the ballet world in Paris found that they made excellent workout clothes for all dancers.
The use of tights became commonplace as part of dancer´s practice attire allowing a ballet master/mistress to see every motion of a dancer’s leg. However, for women dancers only pink tights were acceptable.
Tights for stylish women were introduced by designer Mary Quant in 1965. The mini skirt became so hip and in vogue, that the wearing of tights was a safe bet for coverage.
The demand for tights was huge and was made in nearly every color scheme. These tights were never boring and inventive to match the ‘Mod’ looks don by Twiggy and designs from YSL and Courrèges.
Women loved tights not only for their look but their comfort. It was time to give up their garter belts and make them a staple.
The traditional hosiery industry took a downturn. Some manufacturers tried to compete by simply sew stockings on to nylon panties.
Eventually, this success formula with tights gave way to the introduction of panty hose as known today. However, during the bitter winter days they are not practical in keeping warm.
Tights are great to wear during the winter to keep the legs warm, comfortably move around and look finished too.
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