The February Issue of Vogue may be slightly ahead of us with its Spring/Summer fashion shoots, but recently we’ve noticed bikinis and sunglasses creeping back onto the high street so we’ve decided to embrace it. In fact, with the snow disrupting our travel and our house being colder than the inside of a fridge, pictures of blue skies and deckchairs are exactly what we need.
And THEN we spotted the Henry Holland Knee Highs nestling in between the couture clothes and high end jewellery! At just £7.50 a pair, the socks aren’t exactly designer prices but the bold design from order generic cialis
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Available in pretty ice cream shades like pale pink and pastel green, they have a summery feel to them and will go perfectly with your Riviera chic this spring. You could even try layering over nude sheer tights now for a warmer version of the look. Knee highs can be tricky to wear if you are conscious of your calves looking bulky but the vertical stripe design on these balances them out for super flattering accessorising.
Team them with white basics if your dare or your spring pastel colours, and retro accessories like stack heels, oversized sunglasses and statement necklaces. You can wear them as normal knee high socks or push them down Vogue style, but beware – these are not the kind of suntan marks you want to get.
It’s not often something this cheap gets the stamp of approval from a fashion giant like Vogue, so snap these up quickly for a burst of sunshine in your winter wardrobe.