Trouser Socks

What kind of shoes can trouser socks go with? With trousers lol, not skirts or dresses.

Examples:
http://www.naturalizer.com/Shopping/...804&pg=3005932

http://www.aldoshoes.com/us/women/sh...55-milliren/91

http://www.aldoshoes.com/us/women/sh...5-dellapina/97
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Please excuse my ignorance, but what's a trouser sock?
And from a mis-informed person, I don;t think socks of any kind should ever be worn with heels (except boots).
Bright purple argyle socks with low heels!!! Oh wait, that's just me...

Sorry, I can't help on this one. I'm pretty clueless when it comes to what color/type of socks should go with certain shoes. Hopefully more people will chime in.

Maybe some knee-high black or nude hose?
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And from a mis-informed person, I don;t think socks of any kind should ever be worn with heels
Originally Posted by TheSunshineState
Sounds clammy and stinky
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trouser socks tend to be much thinner than regular sock usually the thickness of tights. They are very comfortable and offer you a form of protection in my opinion. It's thick enough so you don't get corns/ calluses and all that nasty stuff on your feet.
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I would wear them with a flat, but not with a heel. And it would depend on the color - I would wear a textured black trouser sock with a black ballet flat, but I wouldn't wear a trouser sock with my red patent ballet flats.
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Dressier shoes/pumps when nylons won't do. Loafers, business casual flats.
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Because they are so thin and don't distort the fit of my shoes like regular socks do, I wear trouser socks in winter as regular socks under all my casual shoes and boots, even sneakers. I <3 trouser socks.
I wear them with loafer type flats and even a more casual heeled loafer type shoe (I hope that makes sense). I get black, dark blue and brown trouser socks-some are patterned. I really like them a lot but I do wear dress slacks most time when I do have to 'dress' up for work.
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examples:
http://www.leggs.com/images/collecti...cTrouserSo.jpg

http://upfitcreek.files.wordpress.co...1/img_2723.jpg


I just need something so my feet don't rub. I get really bad blisters without socks.
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I wear them with loafer type flats and even a more casual heeled loafer type shoe (I hope that makes sense). I get black, dark blue and brown trouser socks-some are patterned. I really like them a lot but I do wear dress slacks most time when I do have to 'dress' up for work.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
That is helpful, thanks. I like wearing trousers... even though I am in college and my job is not a business setting. But I know for interviews I'll need something nice.

Bright purple argyle socks with low heels!!! Oh wait, that's just me...

Sorry, I can't help on this one. I'm pretty clueless when it comes to what color/type of socks should go with certain shoes. Hopefully more people will chime in.

Maybe some knee-high black or nude hose?
Originally Posted by OperaCurls
Sounds cute.
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In cooler weather I wear them with heels at work. They don't look any different from stockings or tights, but obviously they're a LOT more comfortable. I have a few pairs that are colored or patterned... it adds a nice little splash to an outfit.
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Any of the shoes in the op can be worn with trouser socks.

I only wear trouser socks with boots and pantyhose socks with pumps and other shoes where the skin shows. If I had maryjanes I think I would wear trouser socks with those. I don't think they look nice with regular pumps though.
I'm wearing trouser socks with pumps right now, and they look fine. They are the plain kind, that look like tights. Patterned/cabled trouser socks aren't the best with pumps though.

So, from what I understand they are thicker than panty hose but thinner than regular socks usually?

I've seen a lot of plaid ones. Should they match your shoe color? Your top?
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They're the thickness of tights. I only ever buy trouser socks in black or dark navy. I'm not the type to try to make a statement with my socks.
I'm not the type to try to make a statement with my socks.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves

I don't know why, but this statement amuses me!
I match them to the shoe and the slack. Typically. So, if I bought a black plaid trouser sock I would wear with them black/grey slacks and a black shoe. Not sure if that makes any sense. I used to buy patterned ones a lot. Now I buy the ones where the pattern is in the sock if you know what I mean. There might be a stripe or a design but it is part of the sock.
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In regards to Vagazzling: They just want to get into the goods without worrying about getting scratched up by fake crystals. ~spring1onu~
I always thought that letting people see your socks is a big no no. If my shoes show a lot of my foot then I don't wear a socks with them. Just think it's one of those old man looks, like when they sit down and pull the knee material up and you see a bunch of sock.

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