Fishnet refers to an open weave knit, more often associated with Hosiery and became a defining feature of Punk dress in the late 1970's and is back in fashion in the 2000's.

Auth or's Note: Fishnet brings back memories of my childhood, when my 2 sisters and me wore them. It was my mom who sew our dresses made from scrap which she collected from dressmakers around our town and we matched them with our fishnets. So when I travelled to Mallorca and found a nice store selling only hosiery products, I bought (2) fishnets only intented to be kept in my memory box.
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