Cooler days ahead call for warmer wardrobes. When it comes to your fall layering list, you’ve probably already got your top half covered with scarves, hats, cardigans, and that just-right jacket. And maybe you’ve already picked out the boot that’s going to get you through the season. But, don’t leave out your legs!
Twofers Are Better Than One
ModStylist Tip: “Use a sock/tight twofer to eliminate bulk. Also, you won’t have to worry about your socks falling down!”
Create the illusion of wearing socks over tights with this super-easy solution. When paired with edgy details like distressed denim and military-inspired boots, they give off a playful vibe without looking too much like a school uniform.
Complete the Composition
ModStylist Tip: “Pair short socks with printed tights and statement booties to quirk-up a simple dress.”
A sweater dress that falls right above the knee gives you plenty of legroom to let your patterned tights really pop. Not only that, maximum coverage = maximum warmth and comfort. Experiment with patterns and textures for some socks and tights interplay.
ModStylist Tip: “Scrunch thigh highs with tall boots and layer over fishnets to add additional texture, color, and warmth.”
When it comes to cozy styling, tunics and long sweaters go with knee high boots like hot cocoa goes with marshmallows. This year, instead of leggings, try this look with textured tights and slouchy socks for an updated version of this go-to look.
Bare Your Knees, If You Please
ModStylist Tip: “Pair printed knee highs with heeled loafers for a fun twist on a classic look.”
Not ready to give up the bare legs just yet? Mini skirts and knee high socks make a really cute outfit that’s fun, flirty, and fall-appropriate (as long as it’s not too cold yet!).
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