Fashion Trends with ANGELA CHISHIMBA
AS THE temperatures get warmer, most men are finding comfort in wearing shoes without socks.
These days, it is fashionable for men to wear shoes without socks, especially on casual wear.
Although wearing shoes without socks fascinates many men, it cannot be called a trend as there are many who hate this so-called new fashion. It is completely a matter of choice.
Wearing shoes without socks can be uncomfortable, especially when your feet sweat. Also, does it look good?
Here are tips on how to go sockless the right way.
The reason men ought to wear socks is because the feet sweat so if you are to walk around in your shoes without socks, you will definitely have sweaty and stinky feet as well as smelly shoes.
According to he spoke style website, some people will recommend using some sort of powder – talcum powder, to curb this issue. In theory, it is a good idea, but there are some drawbacks.
Firstly, any powder will be messy. On the floor, in the shoe, there is no way around it.
Secondly, a powder will not last all day. Not even close. And when it wears off, your feet will start sweating and you will be right back where you started.
The other reason not to wear shoes without socks is that it looks bad. Men who walk around without socks do not look serious.
However, this is entirely dependent on the context and/or situation.
Would you wear shoes without socks to an important business meeting? Probably not. As always, exercise good judgement and some good old-fashioned common sense when in doubt.
Shoes “Without Socks” Done Right
The best way to wear shoes without socks is actually to not wear shoes without socks. But, in this case, we are not talking about calf-length or over-the-calf socks.
Giving the bare ankle illusion that you are going sockless without the detrimental sweat or stench is best accomplished with a pair of “peds”, which are also often referred to as no-show or loafer socks.
They are small and cannot be seen in your shoe (unless, you are really looking for them). They wick the sweat (and smell) away.
Have a blessed weekend.
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