Many of us think that sandals and socks are incompatible, but it’s time to break that stereotype, as the compatibility of this pair is back to fashion. Winter is over, spring is on its way, but don’t think about packing away your socks. On the contrary, pick up some amazing socks for your sandals and be a fashion-monger this summer. If you remember we saw this combo in spring 2010. As you see it’s back after 5 years! We have already noticed this amazing combination on the red carpets as well as during New York Fashion Week, when the worldwide designer Ralph Lauren introduced his fall 2015 collection.
Thus to rock the socks and sandals trend, you can easily combine your sandals with a pair of socks of the same color as your dress. During New York Fashion Week the worldwide model and blogger Hanneli Mustaparta used the combination of some Nike athletic socks with high-heeled sandals. Believe it or not, it looked rather amazing and fashionable.
We also saw Kristina Bazan wearing glistening socks with shiny gold sandals, which gave her look some gleam. She amazed everyone with her excellent look during the Michael Kors Miranda Eyewear Collection event.
This combo is especially for fashion rulebreakers, such as Tiffany Hsu, who amazed us with her classic ankle socks and black-and-silver sandals during New York Fashion Week’s spring 2015 show. By the way, this trend looks great on long slim legs as well as on all the shapes of legs, including big sizes. It lets your leg look slimmer.
If you have some ugly or antique sandals you can easily give a new breath to them with a pair of unique socks. Aside of being very fashionable, socks and sandals are also rather practical. Socks keep your feet warm during winter and or other seasons and also let you use your sandals longer than without them. This combo suits with both classical and school-style and street style. That’s why we can see numerous street style stars wearing this combination. Start to expand your fashion outlook and differ from all the others with your unique look!