They are a kind of sandal with a flat wooden base elevated with up to three prongs, held on the foot with a fabric thong , which keeps the foot above the ground. Whereas geisha and maiko wore tabi socks, oiran chose not to, even in winter, as the bare foot against a lacquered clog was considered to be erotic, leaving the toes poking out under many layers of elaborate and flashy kimono with padded hems. This style of geta was likely worn as a point of visual distinction between oiran , geisha and their apprentice geisha, as though the former entertained the upper classes, the latter did not, and were considered to be lower-class, despite their immense popularity. Some seafood and fish merchants also used very high geta with particularly long teeth to keep their feet above any scraps of fish on the floor of their shops; these were known as tengu geta. Geta are primarily worn with yukata , but sometimes also with Western clothing during the summer months. As geta are usually worn only with yukata or other informal Japanese clothes or Western clothes, there is no need to wear socks.
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When my son was in the second grade, his last year in public school, he would burst into tears when it was time to leave. There were a lot of reasons for this struggle to get him out the door and into the classroom everyday. Bullying, boredom, smells, loud noises — they were all difficult for my little guy. Socks were required at his school. The following year, we made the decision to homeschool. All year-long, I said the best part of our decision was not having to wear socks every day.
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I have a friend who is Asian, so is his whole family and he has a sister and once in a while his sister wear shoes without socks. OHHH and fyi thats completely normal. Trending News.