sockless

sockless

(ˈsɒkləs)
adj
having or wearing no socks
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As You twentysomethings skin-tight sockless luck would have it I was alone, save for a sleeping one-year-old, so I didn't need to introduce anyone to anyone else and so avoided telling someone I'd known for 30 years: "I'm ever so sorry, I can't remember your name.
And then you look at the twentysomethings on their way out to the pub wearing skin-tight trousers, pointy sockless shoes, a musclehugging jumper, and think to yourself: "You'll be cold in that later on.
But I suspect most of you have not yet been knocked sockless.
For those who want to follow his lead and go sockless with their dressy shoes, he said: 'The sockless look is a very sartorial styling.
I do not want you to think I am a sort of David Niven character, immaculately dressed at all times, and whose bow ties do not have clips, but I would not like to go to a job interview dressed as I was on that trip, in T-shirt, shorts, and sockless shoes.
Richard Dawkins calls himself "unworthy to lace Einstein's sockless shoes .
Rockwell in sockless loafers and Bermuda shorts steer a collapsible stroller down the sidewalk, a tower of small pumpkins wobbling up from its sagging seat.
Ben went through an entire trip sockless, resulting in blisters on the bottoms and tops of his feet.
Sockless, like loafers, is the way to wear the boat shoe for this look.
Smerconish, with his Oliver Peoples glasses and pocket squares and sockless loafers, is very much a product of Philadelphia's moneyed burbs.