Toeless socks don’t only come in grippy designs made for yoga class. In fact, there are cute pairs made for everyday wear, designed to keep your feet protected from chafing and blisters when worn inside peep-toe shoes like booties and pumps. They’re also a warm and hygienic option to don while getting a pedicure at the nail salon. They come in various silhouettes from low-cut sock liners to crew socks with an open front. These all-season pairs rounded up by FN from Freetoes, No Nonsense and more are perfect to keep stocked in your sock drawer.
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1. Freetoes Toeless Socks
Freetoes cotton socks have a cut-off toe silhouette coming in both neutral colors and fun patterns.
Pros: These socks are perfect for wearing under peep-toe and open-toe booties, sandals and more to avoid chafing while not being visible through exposed parts of the footwear.
Cons: These are one size fits most.
2. No Nonsense Peep Toe Liner Socks
No Nonsense uses a mix of nylon and spandex for stretch to create these toeless liner socks with a stay-put heel.
Pros: These liners are thinner than regular socks and feature a low-cut top to be worn with peep-toe pumps or flats without being exposed.
Cons: These may slide up or down during wear depending on your foot and the style of shoe.
3. I/M Toeless Pedicure Socks
Made from soft cotton and polyester, I/M’s pedicure socks have an open-toe design with a crew silhouette to keep from slipping up or down.
Pros: These socks are ideal for anyone who gets cold feet easily or prefers keeping most of their feet covered for hygienic reasons while getting a pedicure done.
Cons: These may fit looser on thinner ankles.