The holidays are approaching, which means that for most of us, temperatures are about to dip low. There are plenty of layering options when it comes to full bust lingerie, including strappy bras and bodysuits.
Today I'm focusing on curve friendly legwear. It can be a great way to keep dresses and skirts in a rotation, but it’s more of a struggle if you're curvy and don't fit into core sizes. Luckily, online shopping has improved options immeasurably. Whether your idea of great layering is a fabulous pair of plain work tights or sheer over the knee socks, this list has something for you.
14 Pieces of Curve Friendly Legwear
Unicorn Sweater Crop Legging by Torrid:
We talk about layering for the office a lot in these sorts of articles, but most of us know that the best layering piece in the winter is the one you hang out at home in with a t-shirt and slipper socks. These unicorn sweater leggings are adorable and soft, making them a great candidate for your new favorite layering piece.
‘Dottie the Minx’ Seamed Stockings by The Nylon Swish:
I’ll admit that I’m biased when it comes to The Nylon Swish. I’ve known Eleanor for years and always been impressed with her devotion to vintage shapewear, so it’s not a surprise that she’s brought out the best curve-friendly vintage stockings line on the market. There are tons of colors and styles, but this dotted pair is my current favorite.
Pointelle Scrunch Top Knee Socks by Sock Dreams:
These dreamy and romantic socks will pull all the way up to your knees if you are curvy! They’re a beautiful finishing touch on their own or over a pair of tights for extra warmth.
Raw Edge Striped Thigh High Stockings by Hips & Curves:
These adorably striped stockings make a finishing touch for a basic outfit and pack a fun graphic punch. They’re also budget-friendly, which means you can stay warm and still buy that extra latte.
Metallic Leggings by Eloquii:
These high-quality metallic leggings are great under plain dresses and tunic tops! They’re also perfect for the upcoming holiday season, even if you’re lounging with family.
Glamory Fishnet Pantyhose with Reinforced Panty at Hips & Curves:
Fishnets are a vintage classic but look perfectly modern with the right outfit. They’re also hard to find in larger sizes, which makes this pair from Glamory rare and appreciated.
Figleaves Curve 200 Denier Tights:
If you need a great pair of tights for the office, these opaque pair from Figleaves will be perfect to keep you warm. They are chic, and you can wear them with everything.
Confetti M45s by Sock Dreams:
I bought several colors of these thick socks last year and wore them all the time! They are super comfortable and easy to layer. Even though I thought I would wear them around the house, I ended up wearing them out with skirts and dresses as well.
Retro Seamed Tights from What Katie Did:
What Katie Did has a wide range of seamed tights and stockings in multiple colors and even polka dots. Even if you're not into retro styles, these stockings are well-made and offer numerous fashion options.
Moro Pocket Ponte Pants by Universal Standard:
The divide between pants and leggings has become even narrower with the release of pull on Ponte pants that wear like pants but feel like leggings. These are polished enough to wear to the office but also have the comfort of sweatpants.
Mara Velvet Legging by Lyssé:
Lyssé is my go-to legging brand and has been for years. They carry a comprehensive size range, make incredibly high-quality leggings that last forever and are completely worth the higher price tag. I love these velvet ones now that the 90’s is back on trend.
HALOGEN® x Atlantic-Pacific Opaque Tights:
It can be hard to find colorful tights in curve friendly sizes, which is one of the reasons I love multiple hued tights that come in both regular and plus sizes. They come in fun autumn colors to add to your wardrobe.
50121 Plaisir Ouvert20 Garter Tights by Glamory:
These tights have the comfort of thigh highs with the look and feel of tights, which is perfect for those of us who hate more traditional tights. This style of tights almost never shows up in an inclusive size range, so I’m pleased to see Glamory moving into that space.
Ponte Stretch Pull On Pixie Pant in Red Plaid by Torrid:
This pull-on pant/legging hybrid comes not only in a wide size range but also in three different inseam lengths! They’re the perfect pants for big holiday meals and fun evenings out.
Do you prefer leggings, stockings, or knee-highs? Are there any other curve friendly legwear brands you would add to this list?