Here is her blog about it:
The socks have always been the hidden accessory well no more! They have become more a fashion statement last couple of years and I welcome it fully. I am loving the little sense of style that the new fun sock designs are giving us lately. Even with men...I feel like they tell a lot about a guy. When a man is in a suit and I get a pop of funkyness when his pant leg moves up a bit...I am like...oh, ok he has a bit of spice up his sleeve. Meaning he is stylish. So how do we wear the socks in the winter time? Let them add some fun to your winter wear this season. Here are some fun ideas.
Peek a Boo: I love this new trend you see below. It's so fun. Show that cute design by a little peg roll of the skinny jeans with some high heels. You ask, "can I wear this with flats?" No! You cannot. Works with a boot heel and skinny jeans only. Stay away from flats and wide legs when trying this cute new trend.
Show Them Off: This is the most popular trend for past few years. Wearing them long and proud. Making them become a part of you outfit fully and loving it. You can do this with a long knee sock over your jeans or with a skirt. Either way they are fun when you pop them out the top of your boots. Stay away from wide leg jeans or to bulky of a sock or leg warmer. When they are too bulky they make your legs look wider. Here are some cute ways to do it.
It's the little ankle sock! Love this look with your cute stilettos Some people think it looks to youthful or young but I think it's fun if you can pull it off well. Looks best with a cute dress and skirt. You can get away with it if your wearing shorts but for winter it's way cold. So if you wear it with a legging you get the same dress up look but still warm. Check out some fun looks below that I love.
For more info and tons of photos of how to go to my fashion blog www.jenclydestylist.com.
Have fun with those socks and go for some patterns that can peak through for some fun added style. Go subscribe to my blog for more updates and information to help you get through the winter season.