Do you ever find yourself confused about which side of the tights is the front and which side is the back? It can be tricky to figure out, but there are some easy ways to tell the front and back of tights.

How to tell the front and back of tights

do tights have a front

First of all, some tights already have a clear indication of which side is the front and which is the back. But this is only the case with very few models.

You can also look for the washing label, which is usually attached to the back or the right side of the tights. The label with the size may also indicate which is the front and which is the back.

However, most tights do not have any clear indications. In this case, you can freely choose which side is the front and which is the back, especially if the tights are very thin and have no markings.

For thicker tights, you can look for the seams. Sometimes there are seams for the heel, which indicates that this side is the back. Or there may be seams that run together on the backside, indicating that this side is also the back.

Additional information about tights

how do you stop a run in your tights

With the right information, you can make the most out of your tights. For example, if you have a fresh run in your tights, you don’t have to throw them away right away. Instead, you can use nail polish to seal the hole. This works best if the run is still small and fresh.

When washing your tights, it’s best to use a washing net to protect them during the washing cycle. Set the washing machine to 30°C.

Tights don’t have to be just skin-colored or black. There are also many colorful models and tights with patterns such as dots, hearts, or stripes that are in trend.

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It’s also important to know your size. If your tights are too big, they will slide down all the time. If they are too small, they will develop runs and tear more easily. Additionally, it’s important to select the right denier value. The higher the denier value, the more yarn was used, and the more opaque the tights will be. For the summer, tights with a lower denier value are recommended.

About the Author Jessy Adams

Jessy Adams is deeply committed to assisting people in living a more fashionable and healthier lifestyle, and she sincerely feels that this is the key to living a happy life. She has been blogging since 2008. Jessy is the person to go to for advice on fashion, hair, and good eating. She consistently manages to distill difficult themes into tangible advice that her readers can put into action. Jessy's information is always provided in an easy-to-digest format, and she always backs up her advise with credible references.

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