3 Ways to Wear Socks for Spring

Kastle Waserman
by Kastle Waserman

Socks are all over the spring trends lists this year. But we’re not talking about your old sweat socks. We’re talking fun socks! Socks in bold colors, fun prints, or even with sayings that reflect your personality.

Socks are great for keeping your feet cozy when the spring air is still a little chilly. And don’t just limit them to pairing with sneakers. Fun socks are meant to be worn in unexpected ways, such as with heels and sandals!

No fun socks in your collection? Time to get shopping!

Fun print socks

Sheer socks to wear with heels

Socks with your pet’s face printed on them

Here are some ways to wear socks for spring.

Fun Socks with Cropped Pants

Pants are getting shorter for spring, from capris to gauchos, and fun socks are perfect for putting some bold color and prints on show. Wear them with sneakers, oxfords, heeled loafers, or even peeking out from the top of ankle booties. And if you need more ideas for wearing cropped pants, see my  previous article.

Fun Socks with Casual Skirts

Add some playfulness to a simple skirt and separates outfit with some fun socks. They can be the statement piece of your outfit and let your personality shine through. I had these socks made with my cat’s face on them! It’s a great way to jazz up a boring work outfit now that more people are returning to the office!

Fun Socks with a Dress and Heels

Think you can’t wear fun socks when you dress up? Think again! A bright-colored sock is a little surprise worn with high heels. Just make sure they are a thin nylon or sheer material to fit a little like hose and don’t make your shoes pinch your feet. These sheer socks with fun blue and yellow stripes are the perfect match for this bright spring dress and ankle strap heels.

Now that you know how to wear socks for spring, which one will you try?

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