Pantyhose, called sheer tights in the United Kingdom and a few other countries, are close-fitting legwear covering the wearer's body from the waist to the toes. Mostly considered to be a garment for women and girls, pantyhose first appeared on store shelves in 1959 (Allen Gant's product, 'Panti-Legs')[1] as a convenient alternative to stockings and/or control panties (which, in turn, replaced girdles).
The Pour Moi Sophia Lace Embroidered Deep Brief Panty 3828 has seamed sides, a seamless rear, keyhole at top of rear, high rise styling, cotton crotch lining, and a lace overlay at front with embroidered mesh insets at lower sides. Pour Moi's Sophia Lace Embroidered Deep Brief Panty is made of polyamide (nylon), elastane and polyester, with a cotton crotch lining.
In the past, lingerie was intended to help shape a woman's figure. Obviously, today's shapewear has evolved, although the basic principles are the same. Nowadays there is shapewear for all shapes and sizes, and it's designed to help women smooth their silhouettes. This is the foundation garment that keeps everything tight and smooth — unapologetically so. Control slips, modern corsets and tummy shapers are three of the options available. Full body shapers, arm shapers and shaping camis are additional pieces. Most shapers are available in black, nude and white, although you can sometimes find them in fun prints and bold colors too.
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