Ana Veciana-Suarez

October 6, 2014 8:00 AM

Ana Veciana-Suarez: Men’s socks as the hot fashion fave

Rare are the opportunities for me to participate in my sons’ sartorial choices — or, for that matter, in my daughter’s. I do not have an "eye." I cannot throw together incongruous items from my closet to create a stunning ensemble. And I missed the memo on how to properly accessorize. Truthfully, I can’t even claim a signature style, though I’d like to think that I’ve improved my fashion sense over time.

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