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- March 18, 2008 at 6:50 pm #256718
Have you ever tried cutting off the “bad” leg with the runner and then wearing 2 pairs at once? Provided the hose are the identical shade noone can tell the difference! I have used this trick many a times to prolong the life of the pantyhose in my drawer.
I love the smooth, polished look of pantyhose when I am dressed up for work or church and can’t understand my 19 y.o. daughter and her friend’s aversion to them.
— On Tue, 3/18/08, Shannon
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Inexpensive hosiery?
Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2008, 4:50 pm
I buy them at the dollar store or at Walmart for 97 cents. Sadly enough,
they last the same time as the expensive ones – not like it used to be in
our Grandma’s time! You could mend those with nail polish – some of these,
you’re lucky if you can get on once without putting a finger through them.
But, $1 is better than $9.
From: “mommyto2zs” <apokras@yahoo. com>
> Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and wait for
> sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on – I realize
> that all of a sudden I need some hose.
> Any ideas?
I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3 times a
> week.It really isn’t optional (I can get away with no hose during the
> summer, fo rthe most part).
> Thanks in advance,
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