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heels + sockies

How happy are you that it's Friday?! Happy enough to sport something new, fashion-wise? Well, I'll be the first to admit that I do a reasonable amount of pushing the limits with my style--try to juggle the classic with the trendy all at once and whenever I can. But this new trend is something I have not yet grabbed onto: heels + socks. I will tell ya that Urban Outfitters (one of my all-time fave local go-to stores, and often a staple on my lunch break!) has shown off a few heels + socks ideas that you might just digg. What'cha think, Friday-lady?


Vintage-inspired and multi-colored Betsey Johnson Lovely L'oeil crew sock shows off eclectic style that pairs well with these basic black & white kicks:
Throwback to the 80's, when Phil Collins was big, and Kanye was poor, and dress yourself up in these Fancy Rib Knit legwarmers. Found in sweet yellow, bold black or go-with-anything grey.

Elegant & budget-friendly Lace Ankle Socks pair perfectly with colorful pumps and buckled-up details:

Sweetness at its best: Pointelle Ankle Socks with ruffles adorn any simple outfit with an extra flare of fashion.

So: heels + sockies...do you dare?

xoxo,
holly in heels

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  1. Lace ankle socks are VERY cute!!! Kara XOXO

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  2. I don't hate the look, especially with little lace socks, but I don't think that I could ever pull it off!
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  3. I can't REALLY get into it, but I did see a thigh high sock/clog combo that was adorable, and I might be into something like that.

    xo,
    kate
    www.undeniablestyle.com

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  4. I love this look and have tried it once with sheer pink striped socks from tabio and brown sandal wedge shoes. As it is so cold now I have switched to knee socks and tights now though.

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  5. Although I do agree with your post, I have my own reservations.

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  6. I definitely would, it looks damn cute on so many chic ladies! But...I must admit, I slip around too much when I try the sockies. It just doesn't work. :(

    FAB post! Love your inspirations!

    chloe **flowerponychloe.blogspot.com
    SHOPLOVEPONY.BLOGSPOT.COM is back up!

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  7. Really don't love the look but I like it better with the lace socks than the regular ones.

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  8. That's exactly how I like to wear my grunge boot, with the leg warmer. I actually did it for warmth, but figured it looked great too...
    Just did a fashion post on Tim Burton and some interesting previous encounters which you might like...
    Check me out ;) Nonchalant
    Nina xoxo

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