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anklet

; elastic brace manufactured elasticated ankle support substituting for a 'figure of eight' bandage; used in the treatment of ankle instability
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Dressed in a brown Fendi bomber jacket and pink leather midi skirt with quirky stripey ankle socks and metallic heels, she appeared alongside Liam Payne to talk about their duet, For You from the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack.
But in these holy days we celebrate a boy, a special boy, born to a virgin - as were told oh-so-many years ago by a lisping angel, when the Wise Men wore gaudy gowns to hide their ankle socks.
It reminded me of our own family - my sister, cousins and myself, always nicely dressed with well polished, shiny shoes and very white ankle socks.
Huffington Post suggests wearing pastel-colored ankle socks with sandals, while Glamour recommends knee-high socks with heels.
But the skirts were paired with white or grey ankle socks, and certainly in my case, sensible laced up brogue shoes.
Indeed, after emerging from a French toilet on a 1982 school trip thoroughly traumatised, embarrassed and sporting a pair of wet and not particularly fragrant ankle socks, I think the squatting advice should be visible above every hole-in-the-ground loo.
Norcross looked in very good spirits as he showed off his toned body, complete with tattoos, in a pair of tight Calvin Klein boxer shorts and black ankle socks.
And yes, I'm sure it was all there in the small print which Angela should have read when she went into the bank in ankle socks to open her account.
50), EIGHT-PACK WHITE ANKLE SOCKS (FROM pounds 4)' TWO PACK COTTON LONG SLEEVED SKIRT (FROM pounds 4), TEFLON PROTECTED PINAFORE (FROM pounds 4), EIGHT-PACK WHITE ANKLE SOCKS (FROM pounds 4), BLACK CROSS STITCH PERMAIR SHOES (pounds 9).
I REMEMBER the days when playing tennis used to mean I'd put on my whitest of white T-shirt, my matching whitest of white skirt, my ankle socks (the ones with the little pom poms on the back) and my whitest of white trainers.
This spring it's trendy (although not necessarily flattering) to wear colorful ankle socks with sandals and pumps, while sneakers such as Nike's new sling-back cross-trainers are designed to be worn sockless.