Three-pack of Happy Socks, available in the following colors and sizes:
- Size 9–11, available in blue, green, or pink/purple
- Size 10–13, available in blue/red, black/red, green, multi, or pink/purple<p>
The Details* On-trend socks * Unisex styles * Reinforced toe and heel * Shrink-resistant fabric * Designed in Sweden * 80% combed cotton, 17% polyamide, 3% elastane * Wash inside out * Sizing: - 9–11 fits men’s shoe size 4.5–7.5 and women’s shoe size 5.5–9.5 - 10–13 fits men’s shoe size 8–12 and women’s shoe size 10–12.5
Happy SocksThe founders of Happy Socks saw a creative opportunity in the traditionally basic foot covering. They broke from the usual black, white, and brown color palettes to develop a line of colorful, patterned socks that bring joy and whimsy to an oft-overlooked accessory. Each smile-inducing sock is carefully crafted from high-quality combed cotton that's designed not to fade or stretch out.
When accessorizing with the socks, simplicity is key. They add ample personality beneath a slightly rolled cuff, a simple dress, or shorts. The socks themselves pair beautifully with anything from loafers to a pair of pumps and introduce much-needed diversity in sock-puppet shows.
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