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We were recently contacted by this company about a product that enables you to wear thong sandals while still wearing pantyhose. I admit I am more curious about how it would feel. I think I would try a pair though, but only to see how it works and feels.
Pantyhose, after years on the shelf, are back. But strappy sandals, peep-toe pumps and even open-toe boots and booties are still fashion forward. That's where various versions of sandalfoot stockings come in. Sandalfoot pantyhose have been around since your mom's, and probably your grandmother's, time.
Sightem: Petite woman traversing San Francisco Centre wearing ribbed leggings and thick, nude hose with her white sandals. Another: Elderly woman in the Mission in a leisure suit, wearing dark hose with her comfortable sandals. And one more: Mother and daughter at a concert, wearing identical Dr.
I just learned that while doing research to write this post. I found this a few days ago when I went Googling for validation of something I saw on a TV commercial. Is that really a thing?
The party season is upon us, and we are starting to pull out our glittery sandals. Many of us may have sorted it out already, the socks and sandals conundrum. For others, the jury is still out on what works for them personally.
Problem: Can you please tell me the rules about wearing pantyhose? After years of never wearing them except to a funeralI am invited to a wedding on Nov. My dress is by Kay Unger, slightly high waist with a lace top, black satin skirt and the same ribbon on the waist as is on the peep-toe patent shoe.
A year or two ago, most people would have answered this question with a simple "no. One of the reasons people have resisted the idea of wearing nylons and open-toed shoes is that hose have a tendency to get bunched at the toes. Since the whole point to strappy sandals is to show off your feet, you don't want to call attention to an unattractive attribute such as bunchy nylon toes.
The most daring trend on the Spring runways was not the rhinestone-encrusted nip slip at Saint Laurent. Nor was it wearing your lingerie out of the house in the light of day. In fact, the most jaw-dropping trend of the season started from the bottom up: pantyhose and open-toe shoes. Go ahead, shriek if you want.