Hey Big Suspender

According to recent statistics, Brits can’t get enough of sexy lingerie and suspender sales have rocketed in 2018.

So, if you want to assemble an early wish list for Santa, here’s high street’s hottest hosiery. They can look classy, elegant and glamourous, so it’s no surprise nylon stockings were an instant hit when they first went on sale in the US in 1939. However, sales started to decline after nylon tights hit the market in the 1950s

I find suspenders fiddly, impractical and a little old-fashioned. By rights, stockings and suspenders should be relegated to the back of the underwear drawer. But it turns out we just can’t get enough of them.

  • Blue bra, £22.50 and suspender brief, £18, both from Hunkemoller at Asos
  • Nude lace stockings, £5 from M&S

John Lewis has reported a massive 132 per cent sales boost of the sexy lingerie in a consumer trends report.As more and more women adopt the vintage look, stockings and suspenders are pinging off the shelves. Of course, they are not for everyday wear, mainly because they take too long to get on and they’re not as comfy or resilient as good old trusty tights. But stockings aren’t designed to be practical. No one throws them on with a pair of trainers to browse the aisles of Tesco. Well, most of us anyway…

  • Red bra, £8.99 from H&M
  • Briefs, £18 from H&M
  • Suspender belt, £9.99 from H&M
  • Black stockings, £3.50 from Primark

  • White bra, £22.50 from Asos —
  • Suspender brief, £18 from Asos
  • Suspender brief, £18 from Asos

  • Black bra, £14.99 from New Look
  • Briefs, £4.99 from New Look
  • Suspender belt, £12.99 from New look
  • Black stockings, £9 from Ann Summers

  • Green bra, £34 from Ann Summers
  • Thong, £14 from Ann Summers
  • Suspender belt, £25 from Ann Summers — bu
  • Stockings, £5 from M&S —

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