In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1medias femininepanti(e)s femininepantimedias feminine Mexicomedias bombacha feminine River Platemedias pantalón feminine Colombiamedias panty feminine Venezuelaa pair of pantyhose — un par de medias / unas medias (or unas pantimedias etc.)
- Woman who say they wear the hose to make their skin tone appear more even can look toward topical self-tanning products or toeless pantyhose.
- She was wearing a pink sweater and a mahogany mini skirt with white pantyhose.
- She was also wearing red vinyl gloves that went up past her elbows, red fishnet pantyhose, and 6 inch stiletto high heels.
- It was a white spaghetti strap shirt with a black mini skirt, sheer pantyhose and big, chunky-heeled black shoes.
- I would like to know if it is proper to wear strappy sandals at weddings without pantyhose.
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