Pedicure Stockings Exist in the World: Would You Try Them?

Japanese retailer Belle Maison is producing pedicure stockings, the easy alternative to polishing your toes — would you try them? Courtesy Belle Maison

Stop the presses! (And maybe cancel your trip to the salon?) There has been an insane-slash-genius development in #lazygirlhacks that we must discuss: pedicure stockings.

From Japanese retailer Belle Maison, the nude tights, which are fitted to each toe, feature printed designs right over your toenails, creating the illusion of perfectly pedicured feet. They come in countless nail art designs, from sunset-inspired to Minnie Mouse, but unfortunately, only one fair skin tone. The full stocking retails for about $13, while the knee-highs are about $11 (according to Mashable).

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Pedicure stockings. Courtesy Belle Maison

If you're debating the necessity for the hosiery, consider this: They don't require one drop of polish (or polish remover!) to get the nail art just so. The only downside: Summer is just around the corner, and it may be a little steamy for hose.

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You can shop the complete collection at bellemaison.jp. (But fair warning: You'll need to know Japanese to read it.)

Would you try pedicure stockings in lieu of a real-polish pedi? Vote in the poll below! And tweet with @UsWeekly using the hashtag #stylebyUs.

Would you try pedicure stockings?

Yes!
No way.
595 Total Votes

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