Style on Trial: Bebaroque Perla Ornate Bow Tights

We’re all for interesting and unusual hosiery (in fact, sometimes it’s the only thing that makes dull winter fashion bearable), and there’s no doubt that Bebaroque pretty much rule that particular field.

We’re just not sure, however, that we’d want our tights to have actual OBJECTS attached to them. Objects like the pearl bows on these otherwise plain black opaque tights, say. How would you wash them, for instance? (The tights, we mean, not the bows. We’re pretty sure the bows would look after themselves.) Are the bows removable? Wouldn’t they feel a bit odd, if you happened to brush your ankles together? Is ANY pair of tights worth paying £80 for? Or do you like the look of them so much that all of these questions become irrelevant?

If that’s the case, click here and have your £80 ready. In the meantime, we’ll just keep our £80, spend it on shoes, instead. What do you think of these, though?

15 Comments

  • September 14, 2010

    Danielle

    THEY NEED TEW GO TEW HELL EVEN THO ITS UNIQUE IT NEED TEW BE THROWIN IN THE TRASH BEN!
    PLEASE/THANX!

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  • September 14, 2010

    Steph

    Mmm, 80 quid to have my cats chasing me around the house all day, trying to attack the back of my tights…

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  • September 14, 2010

    Moni

    Three questions regarding these:
    1. How do I wash them? (Maybe the bra-bag would help, but I’m not sure these beaded bows are actually meant for the washing machine? And I’m not going to start on having TIGHTS dry-cleaned, thanks.)
    2. Won’t I damage or destroy these bows just by walking around. They are so big, they’d surely scrape against each other.
    3. Will I get a refund if I ladder these on the first try of putting them on? Knowing me, I’d better answer that one in advance…

    Oh, and a fourth one:
    Why are these bows so ugly??!!

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  • September 14, 2010

    Ioana

    They look like something that Sailor Moon would wear it.

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  • September 14, 2010

    naomi

    those bows look a lot like christmas ornaments my octogenarian grandmother used to make for charity sales…look nice on a tree…not so sure about putting em on human stems tho lol

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  • September 14, 2010

    peachfish

    I wonder where they got the time machine that allowed them to go back to the 80’s and buy up those hair bows?

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  • September 14, 2010

    somesortofthing.

    Actually, I really like these… or maybe just the idea of them.
    If they were detachable and they didn’t have the tassels, they would be kind of cool.

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  • September 15, 2010

    Jess

    Not a fan, but I’m guessing you’d have to handwash them whilst holding the bows. As for how you’d avoid laddering, now that I have no idea.

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  • September 15, 2010

    Mia

    I think these could be pretty cool with the right outfit. Though I think I would prefer the bows to be made of ribbon instead of beads.

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  • September 15, 2010

    Amee

    No.
    And I’d like to point out, I love socks. The concept of an ugly sock was foreign to me-plain, yes. Not my style, yes. But ugly, never. Until I started going on here. You have introduced me to ugly socks, and i am sad.

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  • September 15, 2010

    Tali

    Oh no, the 80-ies hair clips are back!! Oh no! Horrors of my soviet chaildhood..

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  • September 15, 2010

    Katie MVD

    Hehe quite like them. I wouldn’t wear them though. I certainly wouldn’t pay £80 for them. I ladder tights allllll the time!

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  • September 16, 2010

    lizvocal

    In the 40s, when stockings reigned supreme, a discreet bit of embroidery or a rhinestone or two were considered wild. I think that standard is best. 🙂

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  • October 20, 2010

    casiol

    i think if they use black bow (simple bow with no pearls n stuff) it would be much better. or no bow at all.

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  • October 18, 2011

    Olivia

    Nope. NO. Don’t do it. Just don’t. PUT. THE TIGHTS. DOWN.

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