One outdated fashion rule is that you can never wear hosiery with a peep-toe shoe. Rules were made to be broken, and now you can wear many hosiery styles with those fabulous peep-toe pumps that occupy space in your closet. Take a look at the best types of hosiery for your peep-toes that will have everyone taking a second look.
If you were to pick one style of hosiery to wear with your peep-toe pumps, opaque tights would it. They are flattering for several reasons, largely because they can be worn with any shoe while slimming your legs in the process. Their thickness doesn't immediately draw attention to the fact that you're wearing tights with an open-toed shoe. Also, opaque tights are the best to wear when you want to experiment with various colors, prints and patterns.
Schoolgirl chic gets a sophisticated upgrade. Yes, when you think of ankle socks you might have visions of the days when you had recess, nap time and your first schoolyard crush. But, what you may not know is that ankle socks look hot with a pair of peep-toe pumps because they draw the eye towards the detail of the shoe. This fashion combo also does wonders for your ankles by making them appear shapely because of the detail on the lower half of your leg.
Pretty, feminine and always flattering, incorporating lace into any part of your wardrobe is always a plus. So wearing lace tights is a no-brainer, especially when you pair them with a pair of peep-toe pumps. Not all tights have to be thick and solid-colored to work well with peep-toes. Lace tights have just enough detail to stand out, but not in an overdone manner. Quick tip: to keep things streamlined, opt for lace tights in darker colors because they are more flattering to the leg.
Combining the best of both tights and socks, knee-high socks are an ideal choice to pair with your peep-toe pumps. Since they come up so high on the leg, they instantly lengthen it and make it appear smaller. If you are going for the schoolgirl look, light colors are fine; however, if you want a style with more versatility then you should stick to darker shades. Quick tip: since knee-highs draw attention to the thigh area, curvy ladies should wear skirts that fall lower on this area to minimize the appearance.