Of course we didn't want to hear that. Men have imperfect legs too, but do they wear pantyhose to impress anyone? And eventually, those hose are gonna come off, and you still have imperfections anyway. I agree with you; it adds a degree of professionalism and formality when women wear them. Like a man wearing a tie. Ties are uncomfortable, and don't serve any real purpose, either.
The truth about tights: my search for a pair to end women’s hosiery hell
Why have women stopped wearing pantyhose? - Quora
Along with looking incredibly chic, the mini dress also made for the perfect opportunity to show off her legs—sans tights. This, of course, immediately raised the question, "is she breaking royal protocol? But that's actually not the case at all. While most women royal or commoner wear pantyhouse with suits or gowns for a good slim line, it is not required by any decree from the Queen," royal expert and Royal Musings blog founder Marlene Koenig revealed to BAZAAR. Although Meghan did wear a pair of nude tights for her first public appearance after her wedding to Prince Harry, she has mostly opted to go sans stockings since.
I hate pantyhose!!
You probably don't need to me to tell you this, but Meghan Markle 's life is quite different from yours and mine. Some of the reasons are more obvious than others, like that whole marrying Prince Harry thing. And then there are other reasons, like how, as a member of the royal family, she's expected to wear pantyhose every time she wears a dress or skirt in public. That means something nearly unthinkable: legs engulfed in nylon in heat of summer. But it seems, like so many of us, the Duchess of Sussex has finally decided that's just too much to ask of even a royal because she was spotted late last week going — gasp — bare-legged.
Pantyhose — or stockings or nylons or tights, which are not exactly the same things but are often used interchangeably — are one of those items of dress that seems innocuous and unimportant, but is actually a giant generational, occupational and cultural lightning rod. For women of a certain age, they are simply a part of girding yourself for the world; for others, they are a symbol of old-fashioned female repression and outmoded gender rules. Indeed, if you ever want to start a lively discussion during a lull in a dinner party, bring up the question of pantyhose. Even when they are invisible or skin-tone, no one is neutral on the subject.