Is it OK to wear Hose or Tights with Sandals or Open-Toed Shoes ?

Is it OK to wear Hose or Tights with Sandals or Open-Toed Shoes ?
Is it okay to wear hose, tights or stockings with dressy sandals or open-toed shoes ?

No ... okay, that's the easy answer, and the one you'll hear most often - but not a very realistic one.

One of the reasons people resist the idea of wearing nylons and open-toed shoes is that hose have a tendency to get bunched at the toes. Since the whole point to strappy sandals is to show off your feet, you don't want to call attention to an unattractive attribute (such as bunchy nylon toes). This presents a bit of a fashion dilemma.

Many women are not comfortable with the "bare leg" look, and I don't believe they should be denied sexy, strappy shoes. So, I say, if you want to wear opened-toed shoes with hose or stockings - do it.

Here are a few tips for making it work.

Remember to go with a sandal toe in very pale, nude shades - just a touch of sheen adds a great, sophisticated look. Save the reinforced toe hose for close-toed shoes, and avoid opaque tights with sandals.

Remember, bare legs, like everything else in the fashion world, are merely a passing trend.


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