What Kind of Socks Do You Wear With Heeled, Low-Cut Boots?

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When you wear low ankle boots you'll want to wear a very specific kind of socks. Learn what kind of socks you wear with heeled boots with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jae from Nomoremomjeans.com, and I'm here to show you how to wear socks with low ankle boots. Now, ankle boots are really trendy right now and they refer to any kind of boot that goes up to the calf and below. So anything from the mid-calf and under would be considered an ankle boot. Ankle boots are kind of hard to pull off just because they're so short that they can cut the leg in a awkward position. If you want to try the trend but are a little nervous about it, one way to balance out the size is with a sock. Now, when you're choosing a sock to wear with your ankle boots, keep in mind that you really only want to see about three inches of colored sock between the pants and the boot. If you have too much it'll throw off the balance a little bit and it won't look as great. When you're choosing pants to wear with an ankle boot like this you want pants that are easily tucked into the socks without any kind of bunching. Bunching will make the boot look really old school and not very modern so really look for a jegging or a tight pant that goes all the way down to the ankle without any kind of bunching so that it's seamless into the sock. When you're wearing such a small amount on the bottom you really want to balance out the look on the top. What Rachelle has is a corduroy jacket that has a really nice heavy weight which gives it a little more texture and then she's added a scarf that helps to layer it out. All together the look is balanced and you can still try the ankle boot when you got this much balance in the outfit. And that's how to wear sock with ankle boots. I'm Jae from Nomoremomjeans.com, and we'll see you next time.


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