Seamed Stockings: Neutrals

For an authentic 1940s and 1950s look neutral seams are an essential part of your look. Nude seams were worn during the day in the '40s and '50s, and our sheer 15 denier nylons come in three shades of nude: champagne, nutmeg and coffee, to cover a wide variety of skintones.

For evening wear things got a little more dramatic with black and contrast seamed stockings appearing for cocktail hour. Create the perfect 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' look by pairing our sheer black seamed stockings with a little black dress, or heighten the drama further with our contrasting black seamed nylons.

Our Glamour Seamed Stockings are generously sized and comfortably fit up to a US dress size 14. Our Curve Seamed Stockings fit up to a 22, so it's time to turn on the glamour!

On The Silver Screen

Our Glamour Seams are a regular on the silver screen having been worn by strong female characters including Marianne Beausejour in Allied and Agent Petty Carter (both wearing Champagne with Black Seamed Stockings) to Aunt Polly in The Peaky Blinders (Black Seams).

For Agent Peggy Carter costume designer Giovanna Ottobre-Melton chose contrast seamed stockings to separate her from the other female characters:

'Her stylish black seamed nylon stockings, for example, were not readily available to the average woman in the marketplace, yet helped establish her fashion-forward look. You’ll see the other female characters in the show donning the traditional nude seamed stockings when they were available'.