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From sweaters to beanies and scarves, there’s nothing better than discovering cozy winter accessories that will become your go-to all season long. And when it comes to our socks, we want something that will keep our toes and feet warm, while also making us feel stylish.
Available in over 16 different colors and pattern packs, Amazon’s best-selling knit socks come highly recommended with over 10,000 reviews and a 4.6-star rating. With a vintage aesthetic and a mix of bright prints, these colorful winter socks will make even the coldest weather fun.
Shop: Loritta Winter Soft Warm Knit Socks (5-pack), $10.99
One shopper said, “These socks turned out to be my perfect sock! Just the right amount of warmth, stretch and ankle-height – plus they’re pretty!..if it’s not too ridiculous to say, I’ve fallen in love with these socks.”
“I really like that they stay in shape and hold your foot without crushing the life out of it. Fit was perfect too, I’m a size 9. Enough to say I’m ordering more, I never want to run out of these socks. I also never thought I’d be so enthusiastic about a sock…” she added.
The caveat? While the socks are advertised as wool, many shoppers have pointed out that they are not actually crafted from wool. One five-star reviewer explained, “I love them, they are super soft. Comfy and cute patterns. They are getting a low rating though because they are falsely advertised as wool. They are in fact 80% cotton, 15% acrylic and 5% spandex with wool nowhere on the label. Should fix their title. They are really comfy and soft though so there’s a plus.”
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