Socks: instructions for dummies
Thank heaven, socks, unlike tights and boots, are not a fashion staple that you try to touch. No one claims that “every self-respecting woman, if she is already more than 25” must necessarily have in the wardrobe of some pairs of socks. But at least it would be worth it. The thing is convenient and practical. When used correctly, it is beautiful. Today we will analyze the most simple rules (to be honest, I adhere to them, I do not complicate them).
Nylon socks, as well as nylon tights, are trash, fumes and ugliness. When it’s warm — you can do without them (I RUB my feet with everything, but as I rubbed them in socks during ona, I continue to RUB them without them. Liquid patches will help here, not socks). When it’s cold, they don’t warm. So just go to the garden and the fire.
The most beautiful and win — win options are plain socks made of lurex or cotton (the latter are preferably ribbed or “noodles”, so that the structure is visible). Both materials give a clear visual understanding that you are not wearing tights, but socks.
Socks can be shorter than the leg or longer. A more conservative option is when it is longer (so much so that the bare leg is not visible, even when you sit in a low chair-we recall the pale hairy limbs of some of our politicians on all sorts of economic forums). If the socks are shorter — then you should immediately see that they are shorter and so intended. The sock should not sometimes hide under the pants, and sometimes look out. Either that or that.
Good lurex socks are sold almost everywhere (HM, Zara, Stradivarius, etc, etc). Good cotton ones are in men’s Uniqlo, but the size range starts at 39. Monki also has s sizes, which gives some hope. But, in General, a long, cotton, plain sock on a small foot is a problem, so share your secrets in the comments.
The color should be rich, contrasting with the trousers. The safest options are blue, emerald, and Burgundy. Lurex is the same, and silver and gold.
All sorts of variations on the theme of Happy Socks (funny drawings, comics, inscriptions) are reserved for harsh office men, whose harsh office mentality (which they call the dress code) does not allow any liberties, except for these very socks with the inscription “Fuck the boss”.
Lace socks, gray” home ” leggings, mesh socks, white sports socks for an evening dress-all this is sometimes extremely beautiful and appropriate. But it is sometimes. Therefore, I suggest that you learn the basic set that was described above.