Category Archives: Sock Advice

General advice on how to manage and organise your socks, including when to replace them.

Socks and Sports: How to Get it Right

Just because you’re participating in sports, it doesn’t mean that you can’t look stylish. There is a fantastic range of sports fashions and accessories that help you to look good and perform well, and can even assist you when recovering from an injury. If you’re looking for the best sports socks, here is some advice on how to find and wear them. Continue reading

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Sock Organisation Tips: Never End Up with Odd Socks Again

A common problem, missing socks becoming odd socks

A common problem; missing socks

Research tells us that Britain is becoming a more rational, less superstitious country, but when it comes to socks, you can throw all that out of the window. Otherwise markedly sensible people will tell you with real conviction that their socks breed, that they disappear, and even that they change colour (by which they don’t just mean a white sock ended up getting washed with red things). One thing they all agree on is that socks don’t like to stay in pairs. If you’re persecuted by such mischievous footwear, is there anything you can do to turn the situation around?

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When Socks have “Had It” & the Sock Journey

 ‘A relationship is not based on the length of time you spent together; it’s based on the foundation you built together.’

Dead Socks are not good for you

Dead Socks are not good for you

There’s a lot of sense in this and same applies to your favourite socks. Socks are not meant to last eternity but while your destinies are briefly entwined it’s important to wear them with style and rock the world. Knowing when to upgrade is a great skill. To help you know when it’s time to part ways we’ve created The Sock Journey. Continue reading

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