|It’s difficult to imagine all that could be going on in this picture. . .|
Let me tell you, one of the things we really, really hate over here is les jambes lourdes and Frenchwomen are willing to spend major Euros to combat the battle against “heavy legs.”
Les jambes lourdes are not overly endowed gams, not at all, these heavy legs are a temporary condition which can be remedied — or at least that’s what we’re told. We’re referring to lovely legs that just happen to be “engorged” (a rather unattractive choice of words if you ask me) with water.
Yesterday I saw a friend of mine who falls into the lovely leg category. Marion was wearing a flirty pleated gray flannel skirt, about three inches above her knees, opaque black tights and medium high heels. When I asked her “what’s new?” she told me her tights. (I thought, “good for you Marion, but can’t you do better than that?)
|From Lytess, as you can see leggings are also available.|
She looked excited about her pantyhose so I asked her if there was anything special about them. “Oh, yes,” she said. “I ordered them some time ago and they just arrived so I decided to get out of my jeans and wear a skirt today.” OK, great.
|Operative word, Aquadrainant.|
|This option seems most appealing.|
Oh, I almost forgot the question that is no doubt plaguing you right this instant: What happens after they’re washed? They are guaranteed to withstand 30 washings. After that I assume the control portions will continue to work, more or less well.
Marion is on a mission. I, of course, have ordered my tights. I’ll let you know how we’re doing.