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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 got these funky socks for my dad for christmas. nice material, not cheap like most others out there. think they will be a hit5
These are great socks, especially when you're looking for a little flare. I got the green and orange striped socks, perfect for my Irish ancestry! They go great with some leather boots and jeans.4
These Socks are fantastic. I get complemented on them every time I wear them. Quality is great as well, washed several times and still look like new.5
These socks are comfortable and made with great materials and just as well have a wonderful array of color combination between the yellow and the blue and other flashy colors, however these flashy colors require particular clothing options (khaki) which I don't have a lot of (usually black dress).4
I just got these socks. I know i've gotten 4 compliments already and the day isn't even over with. oh and they feel good too!5
Your socks are probably the easiest things you can change to add style. These socks add a spark of color to a conservative office look and are soft and great quality.5
I love the look of fun socks paired with a suit. Luckily, my boyfriend likes the look too. He enjoys wearing his fun socks and comments that he needs more.5
Great looking designs that add a little bit of fun to an otherwise boring work outfit. The fit is great and the little patterned R on the right foot sock keeps them from getting stretched out from being worn on both feet too much. Bought two more pairs after my sample arrive because the fit is wonderful and the color/pattern combos look sharp.5
Richer Poorer socks have all the hallmarks of decent foot cladding. They cover your feet, they fit between your sole and your shoe, and they have bold patterns.
"Pssh, my black ankle socks are just fine," you say? Well, consider this. You're in a kickboxing fight to the death in an ancient Shaolin temple. Your principles dictate that harming another human being is reprehensible, but in this case, it's you or him. As you power up for your final, deadly blow, your pant leg rides up and reveals your Richer Poorer red/blue striped sock. Your opponent notices and yells, "WAIT!"
He lifts his pant leg to reveal THE SAME SOCKS. It turns out that you were long lost brothers the WHOLE time, cosmically connected by these sweet socks. You then spend the rest of the day in a gelato shop trading war stories.
Would that have happened with your black ankle socks? No.
Great socks. They do get a little sweaty after while, but they stay up pretty well and the patterns make me want to show them off. The "left" and "right" markings are also a plus. The fabric is inherently thin and I haven't had them long enough to gauge the durability over time. So far so good, in as much wear as three usages can impart on a pair of socks...
They feel good, but I prefer shorter socks. Will wear these with dressier attire.4