Get a leg up with some luxury hosiery

Get a leg up with some luxury hosiery

Luxury hosiery may seem like an indulgent splurge, but the pleasure of wearing it is priceless. Whether exquisitely sturdy or intricate and detailed, its high quality is worth paying more for. At the height of the dressiest season of the year, here are selections of various costs that offer that extra “je ne sais quoi.”

Click the picture for some great leg wear.

SHOPS

Bloomingdale’s

  • 845 Market St., San Francisco
  • (415) 856-5300
  • www.bloomingdales.com


Forever 21

  • 7 Powell St., San Francisco
  • (415) 984-0380
  • www.forever21.com


Macy’s

  • 170 O’Farrell St., San Francisco
  • (415) 397-3333
  • www.macys.com


Sock Shop

  • 1780 Haight St., San Francisco
  • (415) 386-5400
  • sockshophaightst.com


Tabio

  • www.tabio.com


Urban Outfitters

  • 80 Powell St., San Francisco
  • (415) 989-1515
  • www.urbanoutfitters.com


Wolford

  • 115 Maiden Lane, San Francisco
  • (415) 391-6727
  • www.wolford.com

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Get a leg up with some luxury hosiery

Get a leg up with some luxury hosiery

Get a leg up with some luxury hosiery

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