Would You Wear Socks With Sandals?

04/27/2009 at 04:58 PM ET

Barnsley, Dome/Pacific Coast News

Known for her bold fashion choices, Chloe Sevigny definitely didn’t disappoint at California’s Coachella Music Festival last week. Along with her floral dress and black T-shirt, the Big Love star paired her beige sandals with black socks. It’s a great way to cover pedicure-needy feet and even prevent blisters, but we think the beauty of sandals is breaking free from winter and embracing the open toes of spring. But we know that Chloe is a trendsetter, so we want to know what you think! Tell us: Would you wear socks with sandals or heels? –Archana Ram

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ponymom on

NO WAY!!! I have food sense not to be seen looking ridiculous on purpose. She has o sense of style!

ponymom on

CORRECTION: That should be good not food.

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I always wore sandals with sock when I was in school but now I dont wear them again,nothing wrong with wearingb sandals with sock.

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I aways wear sandals with sock,nothing wrong with that.

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