Thursday, March 29, 2012

Trend Watch: Socquettes by Philippe Matignon

Warm weather has arrived, and we're shedding our cozy leggings and cashmere tights in lieu of chic, lightweight socquette styles from PHILIPPE MATIGNON'S SS12 Collection. Celebrities like Rihanna has tried out this trend on several different ocassions and I think it is a cool and funky way to add some fun to your wardrobe. Whether you are wearing a dress, mini skirt, cropped pants or even shorts, these socquette's are the perfect accessories to add flair to your style. They come in a variety of color, styles and different textures so you are sure to find something to your liking. I think this is a trend that any fashionista can pull off. To shop the collection and find out more info about the line go to

FLOU Socquette Cotton
Gone are the days where you find socks in theundergarment section. The new ankle sock is a hot fashion accessory, made to beworn visibly with shorts, skirts and cropped pants. Pick a pair of these FLOUSocquette Cotton in white (bianco), black (nero) and royal blue (blu urban).

Socquette Transparency(above left)
Sheer from ankle to toe the Socquette Transparency is a great addition to your Spring and Summer looks!

SocquetteCotton(above right)
Ankle socks have made a big comeback because oftheir versatility. They can make lace-up Oxfords more feminine as well asunderstate the glamour of high heels. Spice up your wardrobe with thes eaffordable Socquette Cotton that come in 6 colors.

COTELE Cotton Socquette
The moderate temperature of spring is a great opportunity to take advantage of the COTELE Cotton Socquette. Wear them overtights or leggings for a stylish layering look. Besides black and dark blue,they also come in spring/summer shades of lilac, cornflower blue and pastel. 

TROUS Socquette
High heels, flats, Oxfords, ankle boots, you name it. The possibility of footwear to pair with the TROUS Socquette is endless. Whatever you end up wearing these ankle socks with, make sure to showoff the adorable knit pattern. 

Credit:Philippe Matignon

No comments


Post a Comment