As we transition into autumn and prepare for the winter chill, it's time to update your sock collection with the latest trends for Autumn 23. Socks can be more than just functional; they can add a stylish and cosy touch to your cold-weather outfits.
In this blog post, we'll explore the trending items for autumn in the world of socks.
Over-the-knee socks continue to be a trendy choice, especially when paired with skirts, dresses, or knee-high boots. Opt for classic solids or experiment with bold patterns to make a statement.
Floral print socks are an all-year favourite, with a variety or muted or glamorous prints, you can easily upgrade a look with floral print. Experiment with midi skirts and floral socks this season.
For a touch of glamour, consider sheer socks with subtle metallic threads. These socks add a hint of sparkle to your outfits, making them ideal for holiday gatherings and special occasions.
With the emergence of Y2K trends from the early 2000's a passion for retro prints is also back, bring back your favourites from the 60's and above with our high end retro print socks.
Tabi socks may seem questionable as a fashionista, but how about comfort?
The toe separation in Tabi's has been adored for centuries by Japanese workmen who wore these socks to stabalise their mobility and comfort. Now you can wear tabi for fashion and comfort. Our sheer tabi and knee high tabi socks are taking over this season.
Colour-blocking is a trend that continues to gain momentum. Look for socks with bold, contrasting colour combinations to add a modern twist to your outfit. Pair with chunky loafers or mary janes.
Animal prints are here to stay, and you can embrace this trend with animal print socks. Leopard, zebra, or snake prints can add a bold and stylish element to your attire. For animal lovers you can also try cat and dog print socks that add a playful touch to your outfit.
Tights are back in and we are so pleased! The choice is your when it comes to colour, currently we have seen a spike in cherry red, and an increasing amount of violet and purple looks this season.