Need I say more?
How about the fact that these cute ankle socks are made for grown ass women?
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We’ve seen Sailor Moon socks and tights before, but these versions from Japanese brand ERIMAKI SOX take the concept to the next level with removable bows.
It’s like Sailor Moon cosplay for your feet.
The socks will be priced at 6,264 yen (US$57) when they are released this September in Japan. Check out more pictures after the break…
So hey—waterproof over-the-knee socks. They exist. They’re also the sexiest way to keep your feet from touching gross public pools and showers!
They even look good out of the pool.
Right now they’re only available in Japan, but fingers crossed they’ll make their way to the States eventually.
Check out more pics below.
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This may be the most kawaii footwear I’ve ever seen.
These new Case Closed / Detective Conan shoes and socks are super cute indeed. Little bow ties and button down shirts as socks and then shoes that look like jackets? I’m in.
Check out more in the pics below.
Indeed, these enchanting mermaid socks are hard to resist.
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Geeky socks have always been one of my favorite types of apparel because they’re subversive and fun. You may not being able to wear a Star Wars t-shirt because of a dress code, but socks are a whole different story.
Then again, these might not be the most subtle Star Wars socks.
Made in kid and adult sizes, you can get matching socks like R2 and Chewie, or you can mismatch with a theme like Luke and Vader or Jabba and Leia.
They’re also made from premium combed cotton and have 200 needle count stitching with a reinforced heel and toe so they won’t wear out on Trooper duty.
Netflix has been having a good time with their “Make It” series. The Netflix and Chill button came first, but now they’ve created a pair of socks especially for binge watchers who lack the endurance to reach the finish line:
We’ve based our sleep detection system on a popular method called actigraphy. An accelerometer detects when you’ve stopped moving for a prolonged period of time and triggers a signal to your TV that pauses Netflix. When it detects that you’ve dozed off, an LED light in the cuff of the sock flashes red, warning that the pause signal is about to be sent to your TV. Any motion will stop it from firing.
They’ve even included patterns for those of you who prefer to knit your own Netflix show socks in addition to the electronics DIY. See more about how the socks work in the following video.