Would you wear tights that look like they are melting?
Melting tights actually exist.
This time of year, we’re all about pairing tights with skirts and dresses to keep our stems from freezing and falling off. And actually, we think patterned tights can look pretty chic overall. But brace yourselves, ladies, because a new pattern has made its debut—and it’s probably not a look you’ve seen before.
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Introducing Melting Tights, a line of handmade hosiery complete with latex applique that makes you look like you just spent the day either a) participating in a serious paintball match, and you lost b) painting your parent’s garage or c) getting an early start on next year’s Halloween costume.
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The tights come in 14 different styles including Silver Melt Meltingtights “Limited Edition” tight, the “Multitone Bubblegum tight” (which kind of looks like a pile of melted, already-been-chewed gum in various colors, all mashed together) and a very bright neon yellow version, to name a few.
The tights will cost you around $55-$60 per pair.
Tell us: Would you ever wear melting tights?
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