Socks in winter
WE'RE all acquainted with socks and shoes - a few of us (me) more for them than others - yet regarding winter, shoes take a somewhat of a closet back-burner. It's about an encased shoe and now and then tights simply demolish the shading plan or the extents of a look. Which implies one and only thing: you're going to need to overcome an exposed leg and if a shoeless just won't do (it will indeed look excessively summary), then the path forward is with a dark lower leg sock. That's right, now is the ideal time to behold back to class days and include a loafer or brogue while you're grinding away - for they were the level shoes of decision on the fall/winter 2014 catwalks.
Simply examine The Row, Yohji Yamamoto, John Rocha, Stella McCartney, Band of Outsiders, Timo Weiland and Emporio Armani - they were all putting their best foot forward in spitfire pads.
In any case, why such an accentuation on wearing a sock? Since these aren't drifting shoes and we're not on any vessels. This is winter and, actually and sober-mindedly, lower legs get frosty. Be that as it may, it looks perfect and sharp as well.
A bit edited trouser or a midi skirt length gets to be secured with a dark lower leg sock and brogue or loafer. Include a stout sew jumper up top as well, in case you're deciding on the skirt choice - or a shirt tucked in, in case you're going for the trousers. Get the previously stated the wrong path round and you will indeed run the danger of appearing as though you are doing a reversal to class. Try not to do that.