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@Allsocks_: Is Wearing Socks and Sandals Now Becoming Trendy?

Written by Larigold

Would you or have you ever tried wearing socks on sandal before? Do you think it’s a nice idea? We understand that just the thought of wearing socks with sandals makes some people feel highly uncomfortable. Does it mean that wearing socks on Sandal is only fashionable on fashion magazines and not in real life?

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Some fashion experts are of the opinion that it might be doable to rock socks with sandals, but socks with contrast toes will never work with sandals. Some feel wearing socks on sandal is just something you do while lazing around in the house and that should be all about it.

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A stylist once said that the secret to making it work is to make sure some skin was visible between bottom of the pants & sock’s top; else it looks like one is in pajamas.

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Many consider the peep toe heel sandal as the hardest shoe to style, simply because of the possibility of a pouf of sock sticking out of the front. To solve the peep toe heel socks dilemma, the best way to style them is with a very, very thin sock. Men’s trouser socks actually works best.

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Some fashion bloggers feels that socks on sandal is worn only by the fashion-challenged. Do you agree? Does this stylists look challenged? LOL

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On a fashion blog, a reader said, if it’s hot enough for sandals, it’s too hot to wear socks. If it’s cold enough to wear socks, it’s too cold for sandals. Another blogger feels it’s a terrible fashion choice, a big faux paux to wear socks on sandal, so many different views. Some think it is only a Jewish cultural phenomenon in which the Jewish man or woman wears socks with their sandals.

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Socks and Sandals used to be the WORST fashion mistakes ever. Is it now becoming a trend among guys and girls?

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About the author

Larigold

Lanre Olagunju is an hydrologist turned freelance journalist. He has a degree in hydrology from the University of Agriculture Abeokuta and a professional diploma in journalism from the American College of Journalism. Lanre advocates on several international platforms for the prosperity and absolute well-being of the African continent. He's @Lanre_Olagunju on Twitter