In addition to our hosiery collection, we also carry leggings and socks that fit perfectly into any woman’s modern wardrobe. Leggings are a reliable staple that work in any woman’s wardrobe whether she is average or plus size. We carry an array of leggings that go from basic black spandex to cutting edge lace. Besides fashion, we have shaping leggings from brands like Lytess and Yummie that are the perfect combination of style and slimming. When it comes to socks, we are stocked! We cater to all of your sock needs with athletic, trouser, knee high, novelty, crew and low cut from brands like Hot Sox, Gold Toe, Ralph Lauren, K Bell and more! We even help you stick to your budget with multi-pack socks that promise a true bang for your buck. It is time to refresh your sock drawer with the best hosiery, leggings and socks from Bare Necessities.
Buy any full-priced bra at soma.com or at 866.768.7662 and receive free Parcel Post shipping with your order. May be upgraded to express shipping for $9.95 (estimated 2-5 business days) within the continental U.S. No adjustments on prior shipments. Two day and next day deliveries are not available for P.O. Boxes, AP/FPO, military addresses, and other certain areas UPS cannot reach. Free returns only valid on full-priced bras purchased at soma.com or at 866.768.7662. Offer not valid on purchases made in stores (including Soma Outlets). No cash value; Non-transferable; No adjustments on prior purchases or shipments. If qualified, free shipping will be reflected at checkout. Free return shipping is only available for items shipped from a U.S. address and must be made within 60 days of purchase in accordance with our Return Policy. See soma.com or call 1.866.768.7662 for Soma’s complete Return Policy. Excludes sale and clearance styles. Offer not valid on the purchase of gift cards, previously purchased merchandise or taxes. If you return a portion of your purchase, an applicable portion of your original discount will be forfeited. Valid through 01/31/20.
Minimal coverage panties are great for almost every occasion or outfit. Thongs and g-strings, some of the most well-known minimal coverage panties, are perfect for that cute little black dress you own or just your everyday skinny jeans. Other minimal coverage panty styles like low rise panties or string bikinis are great for showing off hips and curves due to their low-profile look and feel. From thongs to minimalist bikinis, minimal coverage panties will ensure that panty lines are no more – you can look and feel amazing in every outfit you own.
This used to be the case but in the UK, local authorities accept clean, dry textiles along with other recyclables. This is both at recycling centres and curb-side collections. Textiles (including tights, pantyhose and stockings) which cannot be re-worn are recycled and turned into things like roofing felt. There are several internet sites which explain ways of reusing pantyhose (laddered or otherwise). In the US, nylon stockings, tights, and pantyhose can be sent to Recycled Crafts to be used in craft projects like pet toys, rugs, placemats, and table runners. Swedish Stockings, maker of hosiery, has a program to grind down old pantyhose for use in oil and grease traps. In the past, hosiery manufacturer No Nonsense had a recycling program, and so did Matter of Trust 
Up until this time, there was little reason for women outside show business to wear "panty hose", as the longer hemlines allowed for the use of over-the-knee stockings secured with a garter belt. Nonetheless, during the 1960s, improved textile manufacturing processes made pantyhose increasingly more affordable, while man-made textiles such as spandex (or elastane) made them more comfortable and durable. The advent of the fashionable miniskirt, which exposed the legs to well above the knee, made pantyhose a necessity to many women. In 1970, U.S. sales of pantyhose exceeded stockings for the first time, and it has remained so ever since. Pantyhose became a wardrobe staple throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
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In 1953, Allen Gant, Sr., of Glen Raven Knitting Mills developed a commercial equivalent to these hose that he named "Panti-Legs", but these were not brought to the open market until about 1959. During this time, Ernest G. Rice invented his own design for pantyhose similar to those worn today, and in 1956 he submitted a patent titled "Combination Stockings and Panty". This design was adopted by other makers, and this caused disputes in U.S. courts for many years before the patent was upheld some time after Rice's own death.
Three women we talked to named underwear from newly launched brand The KiT as their current favorite. Created by stylists Jamie Mizrahi and Simone Harouche — who, as the Cut notes, have plenty of experience working with undergarments that fit seamlessly beneath outfits — the brand offers bras, bodysuits, pasties, bandage tape, and eight kinds of underwear that come in neutral shades. Maisonette co-founder Sylvana Ward Durrett is one fan of the brand. “From the seamless briefs to the adhesive thongs, each style is like true magic where I don’t have to worry about underwear lines,” she says. “I also love the high-waisted styles that smooth everything out and often opt for these when I’m wearing a slim-fitting dress or skirt.” On the whole, Durrett says that underwear from The KiT is lightweight and has a barely-there feeling. Morgan Hutchinson, founder of clothing line BURU, says that she’s become a “fast fan” of the brand since its launch as well. She particularly likes The KiT’s seamless thongs. “The high-rise is awesome for mum-tum,” she says. And, as the Cut reports, the fact that the underwear is designed by stylists who have to pay attention to what shows and doesn’t show under a garment is a big plus. Nell Diamond, founder of Hill House Home, agrees, saying she loves that The KiT was created by stylists because it means she worries less about whether her underwear will show under a dress or if her bra is the wrong shape. “The KiT’s styles have really simplified things for me,” Diamond says. “Plus, their lightest shade is pale enough even for a ghost like me (my nickname in middle school was Casper.”)
CALVIN KLEIN’s invisibles collection and seamless collection offer the perfect way to hide visible panty lines. These ultra thin and sheer fabrics hug your skin and will make sure to be hidden beneath tight skirts, pants and dresses. Other great alternatives for hiding underwear lines are G-strings, string thongs, thong panties, tanga underwear and panty bikinis for women. CALVIN KLEIN’s breathable underwear is offered in cotton, nylon or lace. Feel confident and comfortable in either fabric.
Former Strategist writer and editor Margaret Rhodes wrote an ode to these high-rise briefs, which she says are like “a warm embrace,” and akin to curling up with a hot-water bottle or a puppy. Part of the Elance’s magic, according to Rhodes, is that “unlike the chic — even slightly sexy — grandma-esque briefs from lines like Araks and Baserange, the plain cotton Elance leaves pretty much everything to the imagination. You don’t wear these undergarments — they wear you. More exactly, they swaddle you.”