Buy men’s ankle socks
- Brand Name: LKWDer
- Model Number: LKXQQ3251
- Material: Spandex, Cotton
- Gender: Men
- Size: US 6-9.5 (Eur 38-43)
- Item Type: Sock (buy men’s ankle socks)
- Thickness: Standard
- High: Ankle
- Sock Type: Casual
- Quality: High
- Heel: Ankle
- Color: 5 Colors
- Packaging: OPP
Description: (buy men’s ankle socks)
The first thing people notice about you is your face. The second is your shoes, and what’s right next to your shoes? Look down.
Socks protect your feet from rubbing against your shoes, keep your feet warm, and provide another style element in your wardrobe. (buy men’s ankle socks)
Coordination (for the dress and casual):
Socks should match the color of your pants, not your shoes. Socks should be an extension of the pants in color tone. They can be slightly darker than your trouser color. This gives an uninterrupted visual line from your waist to your shoes. Otherwise, an observer’s eye stops at your ankle; not an area we necessarily want to emphasize.
You can use a secondary color in the sock (patterns, etc.) to match a tie, pocket square or shirt color. A burgundy tie for example with a touch of burgundy in your sock can be a great look.
But no matter what kind of sock you’re wearing, you have to be careful how you show them off. When you are walking or standing, the only way anyone should see your socks is if your trousers are too short. (buy men’s ankle socks)
Obviously, guys in gyms don’t have to sweat this detail, and if you’re wearing shorts it doesn’t apply, but otherwise, your trousers should always be long enough to break on your shoes and cover your socks. One of the worst wardrobe gaffes you can make is to show skin at the ankle thus pulling the sock up to fashion prominence.
Fit and size:
Like with any footwear, finding the right fit is essential when choosing socks. Keep in mind that most socks aren’t sized like shoes–although you may find more expensive socks that are, a
“Medium” sock typically fits up to a size 12 in American shoe sizes. Anything above that requires a “Large,” while “Big and Tall” is appropriate for men with long or wide feet.
Also, make sure you consider the thickness of the sock and the type of shoe with which it’s worn. For example, a wool sock is very comfortable in shoes that are a touch too big, and provide an extra bit of padding, but not so good with a show that’s already a bit tight.
Traditionally, the more formal sock, the slimmer it should be, although that’s not quite as crucial today. (buy men’s ankle socks)