Monday, October 24, 2016


Happy Monday, Fashionable Friends!

I was recently introduced to KeySocks, an affordable, super soft and comfortable line of socks that allow you to wear your favorite heels or cute flats when the weather gets cooler.

The socks are knee high in length, but don't show as a sock in the front, which makes them pair well when wearing pants or your favorite, go-to jeans.  I think its perfect for booties, which you'll see below, because sometimes you can see the front part of your foot, but with these you won't and it adds extra comfort to the heel area.  Love it!

Not only do they add that little bit of extra comfort, but with football season, apple and pumpkin picking in full swing, they add a little warmth as well without having to compromise your fashion.

Their online shop offers a variety of staple and versatile colors from their original, light and girls lines. Plus, they offer a 100% money back guarantee because customer satisfaction is their top priority!

Plus, I'm giving away a pair to 1 lucky Fabulous Fashions 4 Sensible Style Reader!  Just scroll to the end of this post to enter and Good Luck! :)
Showing the black KeySock with and without a shoe.
Flats on with the black KeySocks.

Black Massimo Studded Flats: Target = $24.99  / Black Original KeySocks: KeySocks = $14  /  Stella Low Rise Skinny Jeans: Express = $49.50
How the nude KeySocks look on before shoes.
Nude KeySocks on with booties, my favorite shoes to pair with them.
Side view of the nude KeySocks on with a pair of booties.

Taupe Carlos by Carlos Santana Booties: TJ Maxx = $39.99 (2016 Design)  /  Nude Original KeySocks: KeySocks = $14  /  Stella Low Rise Skinny Jeans: Express = $49.50

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1 comment :

  1. I had never thought to look for these types of socks. I think these will stay up because my anklet en up in my shoes if they are not constantly pulled up.


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