I just learned that while doing research to write this post. I found this a few days ago when I went Googling for validation of something I saw on a TV commercial. Is that really a thing? So, ShoeDazzle jumped the gun a bit just nine months to promote its products, but the timing of that commercial was spot-on for me, as it got me wondering all about booties worn with pantyhose, and this ad prompted me to look into the whole idea and write about it here.
Tights for Sandals: Which to Buy and How to Wear Them
Tights for Sandals: Which to Buy and How to Wear Them | luxury-legs
The most daring trend on the Spring runways was not the rhinestone-encrusted nip slip at Saint Laurent. Nor was it wearing your lingerie out of the house in the light of day. In fact, the most jaw-dropping trend of the season started from the bottom up: pantyhose and open-toe shoes. Go ahead, shriek if you want. Cringe at the thought! The idea of those gangly little piggies shrouded in semi-sheer drugstore-bought nylons is enough to induce mild heart palpitations in anyone. At Altuzarra , coy, cherry-dotted black nylons were worn with a lacquer-red pair of open-toe sandals to cheeky effect.
Tights without darker, reinforced seams around the toe section. This means your toes are covered but it is not as obvious to other people that you are wearing tights. This type of hosiery can be worn with absolutely any type of heeled sandal. Tights with absolutely no toe section at all. These tights are designed to leave your toes bare while still allowing you to cover your legs.
The party season is upon us, and we are starting to pull out our glittery sandals. Many of us may have sorted it out already, the socks and sandals conundrum. For others, the jury is still out on what works for them personally. Here are the facts on wearing socks and sandals this holiday season.