Can you tell when someone is wearing pantyhose?
YES, it’s really easy for me to tell you whether they’re wearing any pantyhose or not, whenever I see or notice their both legs closely under their sexy miniskirts, mini dresses or hot pants.
If they’re wearing any pantyhose under their normal maxi skirts, jeans or long pants, it’ll only be easily seen or noticed at their ankles, toes or waist.
Overall, I can constantly see or notice at their both legs which they’ll look more sexy, shiny, beautiful & silky than their both hands under the glance of lights.
Most darker colours pantyhose are obviously more noticeable while the ultra-sheer skin-tone colours with low denier were hard to spot unless I’m going for a closer look at their both legs.
Sometimes, they might be wearing another layer of socks to hide or cover up their pantyhose. So, I won’t be able to see or notice it from a very long distance.
Their pantyhose legs were very eye-catching, alluring, mind-blowing & seducing, mostly for men in public & some popular places, you’ll know that!
“IT’S REALLY EASY TO TELL WHETHER YOU’RE WEARING ANY PANTYHOSE OR NOT!”
Can you tell when someone is wearing pantyhose?
Yes. And usually, it’s fairly obvious if you take the time to look.
Wearing a skirt or a dress with pantyhose? Yes – they are easily seen. With pants or jeans, they are less obvious, but they’re still visible.
Unless someone is attempting to hide them, pantyhose are clearly visible at your ankles – and depending on the shoes you’re wearing, they may also be visible on your feet.
If you wear black pantyhose they can be seen fairly easily. Even nude or tan shades can be easily seen.
But honestly, I have rarely run into anyone whose eyes were staring at my feet, And even if I did, who cares?
Please If you’re a man asking this question (and I can’t imagine why a woman would post a question like this) then if you’d like to keep your pantyhose hidden, just wear a pair of socks over them.
If they want you to be able to tell, you can tell.
- Wear colored pantyhose, such as black.
- Wear patterned hose.
- You can wear fishnets.
- Wear pantyhose with seams.
- Wear pantyhose with reinforced toes with sandals.
If they don’t want you to be able to tell, they will wear ultrasheer pantyhose that match their skin color. You’ll never know unless you feel them (and it’s not a good idea to feel strangers’ legs).
If you’re a man wearing pantyhose with shorts in public, here is an interesting idea.
- Shave your legs (of course).
- Wear ultra sheers one shade darker than your leg color. From a distance, they will simulate the look of leg hair, and no one will notice.
- If they were to look at your legs up close they would notice your pantyhose. But they won’t, because they’ve already seen you from a distance. It’s the darndest thing.
- When you look in the mirror, of course, you will notice your visible pantyhose and enjoy the view.
When I was still presenting male, I did this many times without incident.
Whether or not to wear pantyhose remains a contested issue among female employees and job seekers.
Changes in fashion and workplace dress codes have caused some women to forgo pantyhose for bare legs, while other women claim pantyhose are still essential. Who is right?
Dress Codes and Culture
Wearing pantyhose to job interviews or work depends on a number of factors, starting with the company.
So, If you know the company allows business casual dress, you should feel fine not wearing pantyhose, but if a business dress (a pantsuit or a suit with a blouse) is preferred, pantyhose would be more appropriate.
If you are unsure about the company’s dress policies, ask. If you have an interview coming up, you can call the front desk and ask.
Friends, If you know someone who works for the company, you can ask them for advice as well.
Many people believe wearing pantyhose is a generational issue and that the younger generation simply does not need to do so.
Pantyhose may be less essential today than they were a generation ago, but regardless of age, job seekers always should think about the company’s culture before deciding to skip the legwear.
When in doubt about whether or not to wear pantyhose, always err on the side of caution, especially in an interview. It’s always better to be slightly overdressed in an interview than to be underdressed.
Choosing the Right Pantyhose
If you decide to wear pantyhose, stick to either nude or black (opaque) tights, especially when interviewing. Colored and patterned tights have become trendy recently, but they do not always convey professionalism.
Once you are hired by a company and have a better feel for its culture, you can decide whether more playful types of pantyhose and tights are acceptable.
What to Wear With Pantyhose
You can wear pantyhose with a dress or a skirt. If you wear a dress, you might choose a neutral color like black, gray, beige, or navy blue. You can pair the dress with a matching blazer or a cardigan.
However, you might also try wearing a statement dress. It is a dress in an interesting color, such as a muted turquoise or maroon. With this kind of dress, you do not need to wear any other accessories (such as a necklace), because the bold dress speaks for itself. Any other elements of your outfit—such as your shoes or jacket—should be muted in pattern and color. You also want to make sure the neckline and hemline are appropriate. The dress should not be too short, and you do not want a revealing neckline.
Instead of a dress, you might wear a skirt with pantyhose. Like a dress, you can wear a neutral-colored skirt, or pair a statement skirt with a simple top.
You can pair a skirt with a blazer, a button-down, a blouse, a cardigan, or sweater. Make sure the skirt is not too short or too tight.
If you simply hate wearing pantyhose, consider wearing a professional outfit other than a skirt or dress.
Friends, If the company prefers a business dress, consider wearing a business suit, dress pants with a sweater, blouse, cardigan, or a button-down shirt.
If you wear dress pants, pick a neutral color, like black, gray, beige, or navy blue. You can add a pop of color with your blouse.