When you think of socks…you generally don’t think of them as exciting or fashion forward. They’re pretty much the one accessory I’ve written off at this point as boring and bland.
My husband is pretty much the only sock enthusiast I know, and he goes to great lengths to try to get his hands (or should I say feet) on pairs that are on the lively side.
Sock Panda launched back in 2011 with one mission in mind: to bring fashionable and colorful socks to the market, and they really nailed it. Their men’s socks fit shoe sizes 8 to 12 and are made of high-quality Peruvian cotton.
Their subscription service delivers some exciting treats for your feet every month, and the prints really are conversation starters. In the package they sent me, there was a mustache printed pair, a panda with a pipe pair, and a pair depicting men’s faces. All quite unique!
My husband says he absolutely loves these so much he’s signing up for their service.
Another thing we both really love about Sock Panda is that they donate socks to someone in need for every purchase you make. To date, they have donated just about 100,000 pairs of socks to low-income senior centers, hospitals, under-privileged classrooms, and homeless shelters throughout America.
A company that makes you look good and feel good definitely is a win in my book!
Bre is a female millennial go getter residing in New York. One part entrepreneur, one part geek, she obtained her degree in Textile/Surface Design from The Fashion Institute of Technology.
She has held some exciting roles in both fashion as a designer working for brands like Victoria’s Secret and Henri Bendel, as well as in ad tech working for publishers like Ziff Davis.
Today she operates her own luxury label Bre Avery, along with Chip Chick Media which reaches millions of women each month.
Bre is passionate about teaching women how to build a business and be an entrepreneur, in addition to keeping her readers informed of the latest technology trends and exciting products to improve their lifestyles.
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