Thats the word from Dallas-based entrepreneur Cherie Rossetti, who has been trying to lick that nagging pantyhose problem for the last seven years.
Rossetti gripes that old school pantyhose ...are difficult to put on, too hot in summer and too cold in winter Plus, she adds, if you get a run, you have to replace the entire garment.
She figures its no surprise that a man came up with them.
Luckily, she met a Toronto woman who had created a product that added a hook to a normal panty so the hose could be hooked on separately to each leg at the hip. Rossetti bought the rights to the garment and started marketing it in the U.S. under the brand name, ScantiWear.
Besides being a businesswoman, Rossetti feels shes being good to the environment by asking women who have dropped pantyhose to consider them again.
As she puts it, Theres too much eye pollution a lot of bare-legged women who should be wearing stockings.
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