So, these are 'Foot Panties'
Now let's discuss.
Killer shoes are among the sexiest things a woman can wear. As my stylist friend Annie Ladino says, "I've never had a man call my handbag hot, but I've had plenty hit on me because of my stilettos!" Well, they're about to get a lot sexier thanks to a new product called, I kid you not, Foot Panties.
These babies are to socks what a negligee is to onesie trapdoor pajamas -- the super sexed-up antithesis that (sorta) serves the same purpose. We discovered 'em via Racked, and now you can purchase your own pair at kirnazabete.com for just $15.
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Yes, they're kinda for foot fetishists. And yes, they're kinda ridiculously named. But, hear me out here, I don't think they're the worst idea ever, especially considering how much emphasis has been placed lately on the come-hither factor of footwear.
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Let's hear it, ladies. Would you ever buy a pair of Foot Panties? Would you be more inclined if they didn't have the word "panties" in their name? Aren't these actually kinda cool? Discuss!
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wow how stupid can you get ?? you go barefoot so guys can see your feet cause thats what its about ! so why would you want to buy this crap to cover up those beautiful feet unless your hiding some ugly **** toes .......
I might pay $2.00 for them, however a better name, "stiletto hose"
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