Ceremonies Whether it be an award ceremony put on by your co-workers, a first communion, a wedding or a funeral, pantyhose are the way to go. During highly formal ceremonies, it's always safer to be overdressed than underdressed. While most young women agree that pantyhose are outdated, there are certain occasions -- mostly conservative -- when wearing pantyhose can be appropriate. While it's usually completely acceptable to wear formal slacks to church, you can also wear skirts with pantyhose. Women the world over are torn between sporting the itchy, easily-torn accessories or going out bare-legged. Pantyhose aren't necessarily required, but they do add an element of formality that lacks in skirts without pantyhose.
Many women find it uncomfortable being in very cold weather with nothing on their legs. Because pantyhose are generally considered old-fashioned, if you are bare legged your interviewer may unintentionally misjudge you based on what she considers to be your inappropriate attire. . If you're wearing a different colored dress, choose a higher denier black pantyhose. Never wear pantyhose with open-toed heels.
You should especially consider wearing pantyhose when attending church with people you are less familiar with -- such as your in-laws or your friends' family. Again, pantyhose takes a dress to a level of conservatism that can't otherwise be achieved by a skirt alone. If you plan on wearing open-toed heels, go bare legged. For this reason, it's a good idea to wear stockings with skirts, even if you're simply going out to a semi-formal dinner with your partner or family. While pantyhose may not be the most comfortable part of an outfit, they do bring an element of sophistication to an otherwise semi-formal ensemble. This is because you want to make a good first impression and the person interviewing you may be much older. If you are wearing a black dress, it's a good idea to choose a low denier more sheer and less opaque black pantyhose.
Try to get it exactly right or go for a black shade to match a black dress. Never choose a shade that clashes with your skin color. This includes nude shades that happen to be a shade or two different than your natural skin color. . .
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