the look for less: music legs vs. falke









Well, I was going to write an introduction for my upcoming event, Fishnet Stockings week, but I’ve found something better to talk about instead. As you can tell from the title, this entry is the fourth in a series. In all of my previous “Look for less” posts, I’ve had to settle for finding a similar item, something which carried the same theme even if it wasn’t expressed in the same way. This time, however, I’ve found a budget item with the exact same pattern as the luxury one…

Now I won’t insult your intelligence by asking you to identify which is the more expensive pair of tights; Falke’s advertising campaigns are much too obvious for that. However, I am downright flabbergasted at how the Music Legs Zurich tights on the left look exactly the same as the more expensive Falke Renaissance tights on the right.

Unfortunately (or perhaps, fortunately), because the Falke Renaissance tights are on sale, the price disparity isn’t so great as it once was. All the same, this post reminds me that Falke, Wolford, La Perla and the other high end names are not the be all, end all of fashion. There are great deals to be had, if you’re just willing to look.

Mad Mimi Form

Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. I started TLA in a small studio apartment in 2008. Since then, it's become the leading lingerie blog in the world, and has been featured on the websites for Forbes, CNN, Time, Today, and Fox News. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that every who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

5 Comments on this post

  1. Treacle says:

    Nope. As of right now, there are no photos of my legs in my blog. However, I’ve been considering changing that…if for no other reason than that it helpful to see how stockings look on someone who isn’t a leg model.

  2. Sheen V says:

    Are those your legs?

  3. Treacle says:

    When it’s only a few dollars difference separating the two, I can’t disagree with you.

    I was just flabbergasted they were the exact same pattern.

  4. Pink Nylon says:

    Given the quality of music legs I’d probably just as soon stick with the Falke (especially with them on sale). I’ve yet to find a pair of music legs that havent torn on their first wear.

    I’ve always been happy with Falke’s quality, on the other hand.

  5. j. Winkel says:

    One in particular here tailor made for you!
    Take a look, say hello! My first book comes out in April, several more follow.

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