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Opaque tights are essential for everyone in the colder months. We have a large range of opaque tights to suit your style and needs. Generally, the higher the denier the thicker and more opaque the tights are.
Black Opaque Tights For Everyday Wear
Black opaque tights are a must-have wardrobe essential, especially in the colder months as they have extra thickness to provide warmth and look great with your autumn and winter outfits. For the best opaque tights for school or work, we recommend our Charnos Opaque tights range which come in various deniers and styles to suit your fashion needs. These range from 30 denier to 100 denier tights and beyond. We also recommend our Wolford tights for reliable and luxury opaque tights. The Wolford Velvet De Luxe Black Tights are 66 denier and have a fashionable soft matte finish which look great in the office or out-and-about. These opaque tights are of premium quality so with the right care they should last you through the whole winter.
Our Best-Selling Opaque Tights
We highly recommend the Gipsy 100 Denier Luxury Opaque Tights which has a 5-star rating from customers who love the perfect fit, soft touch and range of colours available. Another winter favourite is the 5-star rated Trasparenze Gennifer Merino Wool Tights which are loved by our customers due to the comfort and luxurious look and feel of them. In terms of patterned opaque tights, floral tights are very popular this season so we recommend The Trasparenze Platino Tights. These 80-denier tights are very stylish and warm. They come in a range of gorgeous autumnal and winter colours.
Which Denier Tights Should I Buy?
Generally opaque tights are between 50 to 200 denier. The higher the denier the thicker the tights and the coverage. Depending on your style, any denier in the opaque scale is suitable for autumn and winter. If you like thick tights, opt for a higher denier, however if you want your opaque pantyhose to have a little sheerness or gloss, a slightly lower denier will be better. For more information on tights and deniers please see our Tights Glossary Page.