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Forget doing an in-depth sartorial study of Wes Anderson or Ryan Gosling—giving your wardrobe a little flair is a lot easier than you might think. All you have to do is flash some color where it’s least expected. Richer Poorer’s eye-catching socks take any hum-drum get-up up a notch with bright patterns and colors.
I enjoyed the two pairs I received, and despite their inevitable shrinking after a first wash, I was still pleased with the way they held up and continue to wear. I would definitely purchase these socks in the future, though their pricing is close to certain Hugo Boss branded socks, which are made of better fabric, wear and last much longer.4
These socks are a bit loud, but they add a nice touch and can make a boring suit come together nicely.
People always notice and compliment me on these. High quality material and lasts through many washes
For years I have lamented the boring socks I had to wear when in dress or casual clothes. A few years ago, I was in London and found some socks like these and was pretty excited. Lots of designers have brought them to the states. Thank Birchy for pulling more guys along and introducing this trend. It great fun to get the reaction when someone catches wild colors or patterns hiding out under those jeans!
"Man needs Color to live; it's just as necessary an element as fire and water!"
French Cubist Painter 1881-1955
Great looking socks, however the quality of this product is lacking. I have worn two pairs maybe 10 times each, both pairs have holes in the toes. Had I purchased these for ten bucks a pop, I'd be asking for replacements.1
These socks are great for any situation. Whether at work, on a date, or lounging around they offer a great way to add a little excitement to my outfit.5
These are some of the best socks I have gotten. They have great designs to choose from, and they are great quality. They are the ideal dress sock. It looks good, and they stay up. I have bought two already, and plan on buying many more!5
I liked the designs - similar to the "Happy Socks" that are popular now. What I really like about these socks are how they are "constructed". They have a very snug fit to them and you can just feel how it's formed to fit your foot. I'll definitely buy more of these.4
I bought about 4 pairs of these socks 2 months ago and they work really well with many different outfits.
However after a number of washes they are starting to rip at the toes (and no I don't have long toe nails...I do get pedicures).
I'm rather disappointed that the quality of the material is so poor that they only last ~2 months.
I'm not generally one for flashy socks so, at first I hesitated to even wear them. But, as fate would have it, laundry began to pile up and the day came that I would have to wear the bright yellow, seafoam, and grey socks from Richer Poorer. I've never actually had somebody else comment on (compliment) my socks. Several people asked me where I got them and told me how much they liked them. I have to agree! They're a fun punch of personality and, so far, they've been durable and comfortable.5
I love the colors and design! It was nice to get these and see how I felt about changing up my plain sock ordeal. Now I want more! I say socks are the new tie!5