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Friday, November 1, 2013

Mismatched Socks

Mismatched socks are a fun and funky way to express oneself. Making a fashion statement with your feet might not be a new thing, but the fad of mismatching colors, shapes, and textures is more wild than ever. Even if vibrant colors aren't your thing, combining more earthy or pastel colors together to make a unique addition to an outfit is also possible.

The mismatched socks craze was started when people began wearing a sock on each foot that didn't belong to a matching pair. Now fashion designers everywhere are creating their own definitions for the words. By combining one type of fabric with another, usually in the form of patches, stripes, or polka dots - the excitement of owning a mismatched pair of socks is more popular than ever.

These individualized socks are sure to bring an entertaining form of comfort, while also giving the wearer a nifty new look to their usual lounging gear. Now joining the greats of toe socks and fuzzy booties, there's a new type of mismatched mayhem to enjoy. Wearing a new pair of these patchwork inspired socks will make anyone feel as if their feet are wrapped in an individualized quilt. Extremely comfy and perfect for those cold winter months by the fireplace. These socks are sure to entrap the perfect temperature of warmth.

There is such a variety when shopping for these socks, since the colors come in all types. The colors are sure to be complementary to one another, despite them being mismatched. For example, it's easy to find a pair of neon pink, green, and blues - but all of the same type of coloring. It's also just as easy to find a pair of mismatched socks in pastels; pinks, light blues, light greens, or browns, that all come together in a nice clash. This is because, despite the socks being mismatched, they're all still quite pleasing to the eye and make you actually want to wear them time and time again.

Giving a nice pair of mismatched socks away as a gift could make the most interesting person smile. Try giving them as presents, or "stocking stuffers" for the kids around the holidays. Even purchasing them for socks in a child's school clothes, during the start of the school year, might be just the spark that their new outfits need. Even if they don't match, they don't have to. That's the fun of wearing them, all year 'round, with any and every pair of shoes you own.           

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