Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Real or fake? Story highlights An image claiming to be "hairy leg" stockings appeared on a Chinese blog Trend-watching site ChinaSMACK suggests they're designed to be anti-pervert Many don't believe the stockings are real since they can't be found for purchase. One day, a rather inconsiderate caveman turned to his cavewoman and said, "You know, Diane, you should really think about shaving your legs. Having yet to successfully create fire or invent the wheel, caveman Kevin was, all in all, sort of a lousy cave-husband.
By Sadie Whitelocks. Bizarre: It might seem like the androgynous fashion trend taken too far, but a Chinese company's new 'hairy leg' hosiery hopes to help women ward off unwanted male attention. It does not state where shoppers can find the garment and internet searches prove fruitless. The image of the tights has triggered hundreds of responses from amused and horrified viewers. The product is reminiscent of a range of textured lace tights released by J. Crew in , which unfortunately made the wearer's legs look furry. And some suggested that not shaving could be a cheaper alternative.
By Katy Brand. Hair stockings, anyone? Are they a fashion item, or a deterrent? It is difficult to tell — perhaps they are both. Indeed, many men find the garments worn at the higher end of the fashion world a deterrent in any case straight-jacket and transparent kilt on a first date, anyone?
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