Mytights.com

   Mytights.com was created by Laura Godsal, a woman who used to hate shopping for pantyhose, for a plethora of reasons we’re not going to list here. The bottom line is the site was born out of a need to enhance the shopping experience and to do away with its less enjoyable aspects.
Mytights.com has been in operation since 2000, and by all accounts it is a very successful business indeed. What we love about the shop is the absolutely astonishing number of styles, brands and colors it offers. When it comes to product diversity, mytights.com is indeed hard to beat. Over the years, the company has built a solid reputation and it has been featured in the fashion media in magazines like Vogue, Marie Claire and Look Magazine. Whatever’s good enough for these publications is obviously good enough for us too and we think it should be good enough for all hosiery wearing people, men and women alike.
Mytights.com doesn’t rest on its laurels: new products are added to the shop weekly, so we reckon it’s safe to say if there’s something you can’t find in this online hosiery shop, chances are you won’t find it anywhere. They have everything from playful and wacky brands like Celeste Stein to hosiery royalty Wolford and Falke.

The site is also open to customer suggestions. If there’s something you’d like to purchase but can’t find it in the shop, however slim the chances of that happening are, you should email them and tell them about the product.
Another reason why we feel we should recommend mytights.com for your online hosiery purchases is that they ship world-wide and their shipping rates are excellent. Orders are processed in an impressively short time too. The store’s warehouse is in Britain, and that’s where all the ordered products shall be dispatched from. If one places an order before 3:30pm GMT, the products will be dispatched on that same working day.

To the UK, deliveries carry a £1.95 shipping charge. Deliveries there usually reach their destinations in 1-2 business days. Special Delivery is available as well, but it costs £6. It does get the products to the buyer on the next business day though.
To Europe, delivery (through Royal First Class Airmail) costs £6. Packages take 3-5 business days to arrive.
To the US and Canada, delivery costs $5.95, but it takes 7-14 business days for packages to get through. Parcels can be delayed further at the customs.
To the rest of the world, delivery costs $9.95. It will take at least 7-14 business days for the parcels to arrive to their destinations.

The bottom line: shop at mytights and you won’t ever get stuck with the wrong size pantyhose, nor with a style you didn’t actually want to purchase, just because you always forget what you bought last time around.