What do Rhianna and Justin Bieber have in common?

They both want socks for Christmas… seriously. Don’t ask. Just read about Rihanna wanting socks and my daughter’s favorite boy singer Justin is saying about wanting socks too.

I personally know that my daughter would love some socks for Christmas, but oh wait I would also love for her to get new socks for Christmas so she stops wearing mine. GoldToe.com and PowerSox.com apparently have some great selections for this holiday season shopping;

For Sharp Dressers:

Gold Toe Women’s Over The Knee Cuff

  • Wear it thigh high, folded, or scrunched down
  • Choose black, brown, charcoal grey or natural – or get them all!
  • One pair for $9.00
  • Soft acrylic with special moisture control

Gold Toe Men’s Argyle/Texture Three-Pair Pack

  • Superior, comfortable fit perfect for dress or casual wear
  • Two classic argyles and one textured solid in navy, olive, oatmeal, brown and black color combos
  • Three-pair pack for $12.75
  • Cotton/nylon blend

For Those Outdoor People

PowerSox Outdoor Merino Wool Boot Socks for men & women

  • Field-tested on Mt. Everest & Antarctica by famous mt. guide Dave Hahn
  • Black marl or taupe marl color choices
  • Two-pair pack for $14.24
  • Soft, warm merino wool and moisture-managing tech fibers

For Kids Who Play Sports (like my kids)

PowerSox Debris Inhibitor Sports Spat

  • Keep laces tight & looks cool like the tape “spatting” the pros are known for
  • Prevents crumb rubber & turf from getting into shoes and socks
  • One pair for $11.24
  • Choose from black, white, red, royal and navy machine washable colors

Do you have someone in your family who could use socks this Christmas season? Do you think socks are more stocking stuffers or worthy of wrapping in a package to put under tree?

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  1. I think novelty socks make great stocking stuffers, but quality socks like Kim mentioned are “real” presents. I also like to be creative and do things like wrap the socks in a box with a video game or book, so at first it only looks like socks…

    My son can’t keep socks at all, he either outgrows them or just wears them out and I can never get enough of the big, thick, soft and fluffy socks I like to wear with my slippers on cold nights.

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