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My kids LOVE fun & crazy socks! Even my boys; and they all want tall socks. They’re always willing to try new ones. But usually after a washing or two, they fade, fray and sag. So I’m always on the lookout for better socks for their active feet. Janie gave Chrissy’s Long Socks a whirl.
We thought it would be cute to hang the stockings like we do for Christmas, but this time in my closet, held by turquoise duct tape.
Plan to set aside a little chunk of time to tool around Chrissy’s website because the color and pattern choice is amazing. And there are knee-high as well as over-the-knee socks. We (and I say “we” because I ordered a pair for myself!) chose two in the same color family: hot pink/orange stripe and orange/white stripe (because GO VOLS!).
I’m sure moms out there can relate to this scenario: your child puts on the cleanest pair of socks at 7:15 am. Fast forward to pickup time and one or both have fallen to ankle level (if you’re lucky enough for them to even still have two socks on). You get home to learn that one or both socks have snagged, pilled and frayed. Consider stuffing the socks with catnip and tossing them out to the cat.
Not Chrissy’s socks. They’re pretty tough! From the minute she put them on to the end of the day, these socks held their own without fraying or sagging. And that’s really saying something with the way Janie plays tough on the playground. In fact, these words came to mind: “pretty” and “tough”! Summing up both Janie and the socks!
Chrissy’s laps the competition by using high quality materials that feel great and really last; all made in the USA. The price is right too!
They look great popping out of the top of boots!
When I saw these cute and colorful socks I was thinking they would only be good for Janie’s age range. Tween-range-trendy. I wear colorful tights and leggings, so why not these? It’s only a few inch difference. My kids think I’m “old” (I beg to differ), but you’re only as old as your fashion picks, right?
Maybe I’ll let Janie stick with these fun sock fashion statements. I know she’d love all the Christmas patterns. Fill your daughter’s stocking with these stockings!