Knee-high socks are definitely not the kind of thing you can find in every lady’s closet. Why? Most of us don’t know how to pull them off. They can either make you look chic or cheap. In today’s post, I want to show you best ways how to wear knee-high socks and stay ladylike and elegant. If you do want to know how to make knee-high socks work for you, then I am more than happy to show you my favorite street style images compilation of women wearing them with everyday garments in real life.
You can keep things simple by trying on plain black knee-high socks. Believe me, they are the easiest to mix and match with any look. You can try them on with pointed toe black glossy pumps, black mini leather skirt, and ribbed knit cream white sweater, or keep things monochromatic by wearing LBD and high-platform ankle-boots. Another great way to make these socks work for you is by achieving school girl look. Your schoolgirl ‘uniform’ may consist of white button-up blouse or white sweater, solid color blazer, pleated short plaid skirt and black or white knee-high socks. Of course, kind of look is not for all ages women. Sometimes it feels like you want to have some fun, that’s where the dress comes in. Your sweet looking frock can be updated with an edgy and simple addition, like a pair of knee-high socks. This addition will make your ensemble look more casual. Personally, I do like pairing my favorite grey colored warm sweater dress with black socks. If you are a hipster girl, then you should know how to pull off knee-high socks. All you need is to throw on a shirt/ sweater and tuck it inside tailored high-waisted shorts and complete the look by adding knitted beanie, wrap wool cardigan and black knee-high socks styled with brogues or oxfords. The last but not least is to choose knee high socks in bright colors or print. For instance, you can either try on polka dots socks and pair them with a shiny metal skirt, cream long-sleeve pullover and muted orange wool cape-coat or keep things rich colored by wearing rich blue tailored coat with wide-stripe sweater, black mini skirt and rich blue knee-high socks.