Trasparenze Tights: Sometimes all your wardrobe needs is a little Italian

Holiday party season was approaching and I was super bored with my wardrobe. I had great pieces but they needed a major boost. Then, thanks to the powers of the Internet, I found that extra sugar and spice by way of Italy, from the makers of Trasparenze tights. Not only are their tights made well, they even have a plethora of playful, sexy, sophisticated designs to choose from! I made a lot of new contacts this party season and I have to say, my tights definitely helped. Here are a few of my favorite designs:
Trasparenze Tights Screenplay
1. Screenplay in Asfalto Melange
I opted for the grey tights with the crème floral pattern and they’re super versatile as well as warm and comfortable. They’re made from 60% Wool, 30% Polyamide, and 10% Elastic. Truth be told, if I could, I’d buy them in every shade available. The design is super fun and feminine.
Trasparenze Tights Fiction
2. Fiction in Brown
Here’s another fun floral pattern, although these tights, made of 93% Polyamide and 7% Elastic, had a little more stretch and a smoother feel. (Due to the absence of wool.) If wool is not your thing, give these a whirl!
Trasparenze Tights Grammy
3. Grammy in Cosmetic
Now with the real Grammys recently happening, I figured it couldn’t hurt to have a pair of tights named for the occasion. These are definitely on the more daring end of the spectrum, but for a night on the town, why not let your legs do the talking? Made from 93% Polyamide and 7% Elastic, they have a smooth, seamless feel.
Trasparenze Tights Jennifer
4. Jennifer in Vinnaccia
This particular design is downright toasty, made from 70% Merino Wool, 15% Microfiber, and 15% Elastic. If solid- colored tights are your preference, go for these! There’s 12 colors to choose from and will protect your legs from the cold this winter.

If you’d like to search Trasparenze’s products more in depth, visit their website: www.calzetrasparenze.com There’s a lot more to discover and their products are all reasonably priced.

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About Jennifer Logue

Jennifer Logue is a NYC & Philly- based singer/songwriter, blogger, and compulsive vintage store shopper. She has an appreciation for the little things and spends most of her disposable income on red wine, good eats, and musical trinkets of various kinds. (see melodica) In addition to writing for Short & Sweet NYC, she is also the Managing Editor of Rock On Philly. For more info on her latest escapades, stay tuned to www.jenniferlogue.com.
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