Knee high socks are a new fall trend that is about to go full throttle in the fashion fiend world. In an array of colors, textures, and cloths, the knee high sock will be the newfound accessory that will be keeping us warm while keeping us stylish. Wearing them can be quite intimidating, especially if there’s no guidance to ensure that you’re wearing them to attract only your best parts. Here are three fun and simple ways to wear thigh high socks so that you look like a trendsetting fashion do and not a trend trampling fashion don’t.

With a pleated skirt:  Make sure it hits right above the knee, so that you show just a little bit of skin. The parallel pleats will elongate your legs and draw attention to only your most important curves instead of clumps. Perfect for work! Try Anne Klein’s Over The Knee Thigh High Stocking.

With platforms: The new socks and open-toe trend isn’t for everyone, but for those of us that want to give something new a try, a pair of open toes and knee highs put together, are a fun and quirky way to switch up any outfit. Try Sock It to Me Thigh High Tights.

With denim shorts: Transition those denim short into cooler weather by pairing it with a fun, neutral pair of knee high socks in black for dark brown.  Rolling them just below your thighs will give a playful hint of sensuality without having to bare it all. Try Grey Sweater Thigh High Socks.

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MIRA TORRES is a freelance writer whose links and articles have been featured in various online outlets including San Francisco’s 7×7, theFind, Blackbook, and Sashay magazine. You can also find her syndicated work on Myshape, Green Box Top, and the eco-fashion website Green By Design. She writes her own popular Beauty and Accessories column on nationwide news resource Mira studied Fashion Merchandising at the Academy of Art University and earned a degree in Psychology at Ashford University. 

Mira Torres is the ‘Style’ and 'Beauty’ contributing writer for SFFAMA. She is an active SFFAMA member and host of The Beauty Expo and Fashion Racked, as well as, a panel speaker at Fashion Bloggers Connect.