Each time I wear shoes with bare legs, I get lots of questions about no-show socks. My favorite brand is Sheec because they stay in place, and they are comfortable even on long walks. The company offers many different types and styles of socks for different kinds of shoes. Today I’m showing you examples of each of the socks and the types of shoes to wear with them.
If high heels make the balls of your feet ache and burn, the SockShion® Ball-of-Foot-Sock-Cushion below (found here) is the answer to your problem.
The Slingback – Seamless Toe Cover Socks (found here) protect your pedicure and provide comfort when wearing Slingbacks.
Secret 2.0 Ultra Low Cut (found here) is perfect to wear with ballet flats and other such flat shoes.
If you also avoid the sun, a self-tanning lotion can reduce the glare of your white feet. The one I use is here.
Secret 2.0 Low Cut above (found here) is the best choice for dressy loafers and pumps that are cut a little lower on the vamp, as in the shoes above.
Secret 2.0 Mid Cut (here) shown below is perfect to wear with loafers.
Wear the Solehuger® Secret 2.0 High-Cut Liner Socks pictured below (found here) with the types of shoes shown above.
Active-X Low-Cut (found here) for low-cut sneakers and slip-on shoes are appropriate for the styles of shoes shown above.
Antibacterial No-Show socks (found here) are great to wear with sneakers and casual slip-on shoes, as shown in the photos above. They provide the most coverage and can also be worn with short boots.
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