Carven, Teva, Christopher Shannon Prove Socks and Sandals Fashionable

Carven, Teva, Christopher Shannon Prove Socks and Sandals Fashionable

Socks with sandals, once the biggest fashion faux pas, has now been reclaimed by fashion lovers all over the world. 

If this might come as a shock, get this: one of the biggest sandal designers, Teva, partnered with Anthony on his looks with them, and they all included socks:

Some fashion followers seem to be having trouble embracing the trend, threatening to stop following Anthony if he commits one more heinous act:

But as it turns out, Anthony's not the only one mixing milk and meat. Carven embraced socks with sandals in almost every look for Spring 2014. Here are a few images:

From: style.com

From: style.com

From: style.com

From: style.com

I have a hunch that the trend sprung from the popularization of socks with sneakers and shorts or skirts, and the sandals just took it to the next level. My other favorite blog, Durimel, has included the look in a few of their recent posts:

From: durimel.com
From: durimel.com

Christopher Shannon's 2014 Spring Summer Mens Runway was also not short of the sock and sandals combo:

Blogger Amanda Shadforth of Oracle Fox also jumped on board, stating, "Whether you like it or not socks and sandals are infiltrating the fashion community like army ants on a donut.  Always a fan of donuts and not so much socks and sandals I’ve been giving this look a nudge and finding something addictively satisfying about the comfort level of this unconventional couple.  We all know however that some of the best romances in the world are made up of unconventional couples.. it might be time to take note .."

So what do you think? Staying away or going all out? Let us know if the comments.

As Qwear's Founding Editor, Sonny’s work centers around envisioning a future in which the clothing people wear does not dictate their chances of survival. Sonny was awarded 2015 dapperQ of the Year and was the first trans blogger to be sponsored by Topman. In March 2016, Sonny spoke at South by South West's first official queer fashion panel.