Part 2 of 3 in seriesIt's not surprising that socks are making national news worldwide in headlines in todays news. From all reaches of the earth socks are experiencing an exciting new revolution in both style, genre, color and prominence. In recent history socks have gone through a "dark ages" of sorts much similiar to that of Western Europe centuries ago.
The Sock "Dark Ages"There have been few movers and shakers since the sock glory days of the striped tube socks of the 70's and leg warmer socks of the 80's. Don't get me wrong - I am not saying business socks or standard tapioca white socks are bad at all. They definately have their place in a professional setting. But if one was to make a fashion statement...
Latest Sock Fashion Statements
|Rob Kardashian Sock Design New|
written by trend setting group, Cosmo politan - you see that Rob is at it again - this time he is focusing on what is considered by many to be the foundation to a trending outfit : the sock. As you can see, Rob is reinvigorating the standard sock with flashy designs and vibrancy. No longer will the sock be in the "dark ages."
If you're not a gay, and you're worried that these socks are maybe too flashy? Or maybe to colorful like a rainbow? Worried what people will wonder? Then you don't need to worry. Cosmo writes that these socks are not just for the gays anymore and that the regular guys can wear them to without any worries.
Out with the old. Or Not?So if you're tired of those and want a change. Call up these guys who will completeley give your sock drawer a makeover and SO LONG OLD BORING SOCKS! But as we mentioned before NEVER throw out old socks. There are plenty of recycle options available to you. Or - as the people who run in New York do, save your old socks for the Old Dirty Sock Race http://www.dirtysockrun.com/ !
Part 2 of 3 part series titled : Socks Past, Present, Future
Join me, Niles, as I explore with you if you join me where socks have been in history where they are currently now today in the present and where socks will go in the future in this exciting new 3 part series called "Socks Past, Present, Future" and thank you to my good friend Martin for this exciting blogging series idea.