ON THE MOVE

A BUSY DAY CAN LEAVE LEGS FEEL­ING ACHY, HEAVY AND TIRED, WHICH IS WHY SCHOLL HAS DE­SIGNED THE PER­FECT PAIR OF TIGHTS TO GIVE THEM A LIT­TLE TLC

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When you’re on your feet all day and run­ning to and from client meet­ings, it can play havoc with your legs and leave you feel­ing tired and fed-up. But that’s where Scholl Light Legs Tights come in handy – they ap­ply pres­sure from the an­kle up­wards to boost cir­cu­la­tion and blood flow, which not only makes your legs en­er­gised, but they’re also su­per com­fort­able.

For fash­ion stylist Alexan­dra Lunt, back-to-back ap­point­ments all over Lon­don and lengthy pho­to­shoots mean spend­ing a lot of time on her feet. She says, ‘Be­fore a job I’m in and out of shops and press of­fices choos­ing the clothes – and a lot of the time I’m car­ry­ing suit­cases around Lon­don, col­lect­ing sam­ples.’ Lunt is never sat at a desk and rarely has time to put her feet up. She says, ‘Even if I’m not at work I’m chas­ing my two-year-old around at home.’ That’s why Scholl Light Legs Tights are ideal – they’re en­er­gis­ing and com­fort­able. As they’re also long-last­ing and have been cre­ated with Lad­der Lock Tech­nol­ogy, it means they rarely need to be re­placed.

The Scholl Light Legs Tights are ideal for a spe­cial oc­ca­sion. Lunt says, ‘They would be great for an event as they pull you in, in all the right places, with­out be­ing un­com­fort­able.’ She adds, ‘They re­ally feel like they hold you in to give you that added sup­port and shape!’

Bet­ter still, be­cause they are sleek, chic and black, you can wear them with lots of dif­fer­ent out­fits. And, ac­cord­ing to Lunt, ‘Black tights are an ab­so­lute go-to in the win­ter for me. They are so ver­sa­tile. I nor­mally wear them with a lit­tle black leather mini or even a midi dress.’

Com­fort­able and en­er­gis­ing, func­tional but stylish – Scholl Light Legs Tights are a god­send for busy women who want to give their legs a lit­tle care and at­ten­tion.

‘TH­ESE TIGHTS FEEL LIKE THEY HOLD YOU IN FOR ADDED SUP­PORT AND SHAPE’

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