The Only Pairs of Cozy Socks You’ll Need This Winter
Sure, it might sound silly, but I truly believe that my life will be better if I can sort out my socks. It's a feeling I'm only more certain of after speaking to Randy Goldberg, co-founder of the socially responsible sock company Bombas. "A good pair of socks is the bedrock of hygge season," he tells me. "The foundation. Where it all starts."
It's hard to argue with this logic if you've ever had cold, wet feet. Thankfully, a lot of brands have really stepped up their sock game this season. L.L. Bean, a mainstay in many sock drawers, has partnered with Darn Tough to design an exclusive sock (produced proudly in New England) packed with all the natural benefits of merino wool. Bombas is also big on using the fiber for its socks because "merino is a natural moisture-wicking fabric ensuring your feet stay dry all day," Goldberg explains.
Aside from material upgrades, simple changes such as adding cushion and comfort, without bulk, and removing the seaming across the toes are capable of making socks even cozier. Before they all sell out, here are 10 pairs of cozy socks to get you through the cold weeks to come.
Anthropologie Missoni Textured Knee-High Socks, $50
Bloomingdale’s Stance Olivia Cable-Knit Crew Socks, $16
Boden Striped Cashmere Socks, $75
Bombas Performance Ski & Snowboard Socks, $24
Garnet Hill Annalise Cashmere Socks, $40
J.Crew X Chup Smartwool Socks, $36-requested
L.L. Bean Women’s Darn Tough Katahdin Micro Crew Socks, $24
Natori Mikado Knee High-Socks, $36
The Arrivals Radar Co-ed Socks, $18
UGG Thea Cozy Slipper Socks, $65
Increase the warm, fuzzy feelings of these socks by spending the day curled up on the couch watching Netflix wrapped in a blanket scarf á la Lenny Kravitz.
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