Socks. Once the quintessential clichéd gift of yesteryear - now a legitimately solid (if slightly ironic) Christmas present.
Fair enough, as a child you wanted something you could actually play with (a sock puppet doesn’t count) - but as you get older you begin to appreciate what a genius present socks really are...
- Pretty much everyone you know has feet
- Everyone needs new socks but no one can be arsed to buy them
- Inexpensive! Perfect for Secret Santa or stuffing in a stocking
- They’re likely to be used and appreciated
- Easy to wrap (probably a good enough reason on its own)
No more does the feeling of a soft, small, sock-shaped package have to bring dread and disappointment! These are our top 5 sock gifts this Christmas.
Personalised presents - always a winner. Just send us a high quality of photo of your face (or your mum's, your mate's, your dog's etc.) and we'll print it all over a pair of super soft socks.
Now's probably a good time to mention that we'll print your face on just about anything.
Christmas day can be such a drag (hohoho). Each pair of these shanté-worthy socks features a before and after shot, so you can go from everyday untucked to fabulous full drag - wig, contours n' all.
These snuggly corgi socks are the sweetest thing in the world. This cosy polycotton blend features tiny little corgis that will make your lucky recipient's day every time she or he puts them on. And the best bit is the packaging is SO CUTE that you don't even have to wrap 'em. Boom!
The only time it's okay to give someone filthy underwear as a present. This foulmouthed footwear features cheeky swears juxtaposed with charming kitsch designs - oh and they're made from combed cotton so they're really bloody soft.
Why not go the extra mile and inject an extra layer of Christmas cheer into your socktastic gift? These personalised socks are even funnier than our standard ones, giving you the ability to turn anyone you want into an elf or a reindeer. You'll never get over seeing your granddad or Tom Hardy dolled up as Rudolph.