Halloween Socks by Sock It to Me

Price: Starting at $4.93

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If you’re looking for a last minute addition to your Halloween costume, look no further than these very fashionable Halloween socks from Sock It to Me. There is quite a selection and all designs are available for men, women, and children.

All designs are not themed after particular TV shows or movies, but that’s what makes them so unique. One of the top selling pairs are the Octopi For Your Feet. These are purple and black with creepy tentacles climbing their way up from the ankle.

Another great design is the Ask A Question pair, which is designed after the symbols on a Ouiji board. The symbols are black and the background is grey – for anyone that wants subtle Halloween socks. Don’t try holding a seance with these socks though! You might not get the response you’re looking for.

For any witch and wizard fans out there, Sock It to Me provides the Spells Trouble pair. These magical socks are burgundy red with witch’s hats, spell books, wands, skulls, and much more all over the entire sock.

If you’re looking for a pair of socks that will start a conversation, Sock It to Me has those too. Starting with the Vampire Steak pair, which a tasteful baby blue with bright red steaks scattered across the sock. Upon closer inspection, you can see that the steaks are not just your regular T-bone, these are vampire steaks complete with fangs to suck your blood!

These unique socks end with Staircase, a pair of socks that depict a haunted staircase in black and red. A chandelier hangs unit from the ceiling and the picture frames are oddly empty of any paintings.

One of the best designs from Sock It to Me is the Batnado pair. These are black at the foot, and at the ankle, the black scatters into a number of bats flying into a purple night. A lovely full moon sits at the top of the sock, completing the perfect Halloween night look.

If you’d like to get a pair, they are currently on sale for 15% off. The prices range from $4.93 to $10.20 USD a pair, depending on the size and design.


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