OOTD: Heels & Socks Trend

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The first outfit post for this month of June is all about heels and socks. I love the fast pace world of fashion. Styles and trends move really fast, it is so exciting. I am feeling super confident this year, and going for riskier outfits. Outfits I won’t have even considered wearing before, I can’t wait to rock now. This outfit is one of them. I won’t have dreamt of rocking heels and socks in 2013, but I am loving the edgy, insane look (in a good way) in 2016. God knows what I would be loving in 2020. I hope this new adventurous side of me stays.

I love trying new styles and trends, to see if I can tweak it and make it my style. I have always wanted to try the heels and socks trend for as long as I can remember. I find the look so geeky and cool at the same time. The look actually reminds me of my high school days, with the heels and socks. It was kind of my uniform back then, but in different colours and design.

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To create the heels and socks look, I went for this black Karen 70 Lace Knee-High socks by Solidea. It is knee-high, but I rolled mine down to show off some skin. This pair of socks is not just fashionable, it is also a compression socks. Very stylish, yet very effective. I have some holidays booked for the year, and I am looking forward to flying with this pair on.

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Here is what Solidea has to say about this socks:

Lace knee-high with graduated compression. The unique pattern enhances sensuality and charm for a rich and luxurious effect. Combines with a more sober look for an outfit of great class. The preventive action of 10/15 mmHg graduated compression fights heaviness and swelling in the legs and counteracts venous insufficiency without impacting the elegant appearance and incomparable aesthetics of the lace. With Sanitized® hygienic function.

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The heels and socks trend is also a smart way to stay warm on days too warm to have tights on but too chilly to go without.

Excuse the picture heavy post, I got carried away……

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Black Floral Dress – Next

Lace Black Socks – c/o Solidea

Black Bag – Oasis

Red Court Shoes – Kurt Geiger

Sunnies – Miu Miu


What do you think of this outfit? Share your thoughts. Sound off in the comment section below.

Have a lovely day xo


*This is a collaborative post.


66 responses

  1. I love those red heels! Beautiful! Don’t think I could pull off the heels and socks look though however working in a lab I’ve often had to wear socks with ballet pumps.

  2. It looks fab on you Stella. Not sure if I could get away with that now, being a bit older, especially as I don’t really do heels cos of health issues. I like quirky and rocking. However I know when something doesn’t suit not to do it. You look fab as ever from head to toe. Oh and I love your hair with the different colours too. Go gal

  3. I love socks with heels but haven’t been brave enough to go for it yet! I think it can make an outfit look more casual than bare legs with heels. Well done for being brave … you look great!

  4. The whole outfit is beautiful. I love those heels and the socks but don’t think I am brave enough to put them on.lol. But you really rock the whole thing put together

  5. I have to wear compression socks when I fly and had no idea you could get good looking ones!! They so beat the ones you get in the airport! Will be getting some if these!

  6. Wow your hair and those shoes go well together. I wish I could pull off socks and shoes but I worry I’d look stupid, although you’ve done it amazingly! x

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