What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Fishnet 2.0


Lirika Matoshi

We’re travelling this week, so Etsomnia™ is taking the day off. Instead, I am bringing you something really beautiful.

These are the charming, surprising, handmade tights and accessories by fellow New Yorker Lirika Matoshi. Her embellished fishnet tights are particularly amazing. You’d have to be super careful putting them on and wearing them, but with the right outfit, they would be bangin’!

Matoshi’s work has been discovered in a big way by the New York fashion world, and for good reason. Her tights have been featured in Elle, New York Magazine, and Metropolitan Magazine, to name a few. I’m thrilled that her work is bringing her such success!

You can follow Matoshi on Instagram and buy her gorgeous tights and accessories in her Etsy shop.

All images property of Lirika Matoshi, used with permission.


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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

26 thoughts on “Fishnet 2.0

  1. I almost want to but a pair and wear to work just to see my bosses face! (Probably not ideal for an overweight 52 year old😂) but I can see my eldest niece pulling them off and looking cute!

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  2. I think they are beautiful. If my granddaughter was not such a farm girl, I would be tempted to buy her a pair. I haven’t seen her legs in years.

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  3. OMG how super-gorgeous!! I would have *definitely* bought a couple of pairs, back in the 60s! 😀

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  4. So very cool. Thanks for bringing to our attention!

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  5. Breathtaking when worn, my question is how do you don these babies and get them straight?

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  6. I think these would be cool for wearing to something theatrical or very dressy, like a wedding, but also a tad uncomfortable. All those embellishments have to be scratchy, right? But I’m someone who places comfort over fashion and only wears flat shoes so I know nothing. The slouchy stockings made me laugh: if you are a Brit of a certain age then you’d definitely be thinking “Nora Batty tights” on seeing those.

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  7. These fishnets are so crazy (I mean in a good way). Not something that I would wear but I like, fashion wise, the maximalist flair of those fishnets… for a photo shoot. Diva glam at it’s best! Just like Celine Dion in the Vogue video.

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  8. I really enjoyed the link also.

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  9. Thank you Donna,
    A few years ago, beautiful tights and stockings seemed all the rage–not going to lie, I miss it.

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  10. I would love those blue socks–they’d look smoking’ with my jazz shoes–but they’re a little out of my price range…

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