The most popular choice I’ve seen around is mid calf or just under the knee flat boots. Personally though, I think that if you can get the rest out the outfit right, then they look good worn with Converse’s too.posted almost 8 years ago
I have this problem a lot – the best way is to go for really low heels. I’m a total flats girl, and even I can walk in them all day with ease. Primark do some very nice ones right now, and M&S is always great for them. They can also look nice with low-top Converse – I wore that to a gig once and I got lots of compliments.
I was actually planning on wearing long socks tomorrow, so I’ll take photos and post them on my ChicBlog – they should be up in a day or two for you to see what I mean. :)posted almost 8 years ago
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Mary Jane style ballet flats and low heeled shoes, chunky heeled Mary Janes, or for sporty looks, pair low top tennis shoes (think Chucks or Adidas, not Nike trainers!) with short rompers, mini skirts, or shorts.posted almost 8 years ago
i usually wear long socks when im sleeping. You can wear that with black heels.posted almost 8 years ago
Black flats, flat boots, oxford shoes….I guess the main think would be to get a classic-colored shoes (black or grey or beige) so that it doesn’t look too crazy with the socks. Unless the socks themselves are very plain, of course.posted about 4 years ago