Womens Blue Pom Pom Socks | Pom Pom Socks For Women
- 19.79 USD
by Brooke Baker
If someone looked at a Navajo blanket through a kaleidoscope, they would find the design on this super awesome sock. Opening Ceremony, the almost nauseatingly hip concept department store found in Tokyo and New York, is working with Pendleton, a nauseatingly hip maker of woolen sartorial treats, to create a capsule collection. Inspired by tribal designs (much like Pamela Love), together they have created a collection of knit items including these wonderful socks.The cool thing about socks is their multi-purpose and multi-occasion usage. Whether with Frye Engineer boots at a festival, with Birkenstocks at Burning Man, or by themselves while you're making coffee in the kitchen, this accessory adds pizzazz to the moment. Treat your feet! And grab your mama a pair too for Mother's Day!Where to Buy - Bona DragPrice - $35.00Who Found It - BrookeElisabeth was the first to add the Pendleton Meets Opening Ceremony Mens Jacquard Socks to the Hive.
by Zuri Magers
It may not officially be winter yet, but we're certainly in the winter state of mind! During the long winter months, nothing sounds much better than cuddling at home, snug under some blankets, with hot cocoa in hand and a chick flick on the television. Yes, it's the season to be snug, comfy and cuddly. It's the time of year when running around the house barefoot just doesn't cut it, and we've been find ourselves in un-matching, not so cute socks much too often. It's seriously starting to cramp our loungewear style! Why splurge on the perfect pair of sweatpants without some cute socks to complete your outfit?!We've found the perfect pair to keep our toes warm and our outfit stylish - the Orkney Mukluk by Eloise at Anthropologie. With the fair isle knit pattern and the ultra adorable pom pom ties, we definitely won't be relegating these winter wonders to the couch only. Paired with a cute skirt, oxfords and a sweater, these socks are adorable! Where to Buy - AnthropologiePrice - $22Who - Zuzubean was the first to add the 'Orkney Mukluks' to the Hive.