Red and White Witch Socks
- Pair of Socks
- 85% cotton, 15% spandex
- Knee-high socks are 26" long
- Elastic in top edge
- Alternating red & white narrow stripes
We don’t exactly know how it started, but there’s a trend among certain circles of witches—they all wear red and white striped socks. We believe there’s an obscure fashion magazine that caters to these fashion-savvy witches that we call “witchinistas”—and we’re sure these fashion magazines are doling out advice on what to wear to cast that special spell…you know the one.
The idea that witches only wear black is just an unfortunate rumor perpetuated through the centuries. They actually prefer a snazzy pair of Red and White Witch Socks. You can still wear a black gown and pointed hat and all—but these socks will give you a pop of color that shows the world that you can dress like the best of the well-dressed witchinistas!
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Good witch socks!By Wendy | October 8, 2016Good quality for the price.Was this review helpful to you?
- Two StarsBy Barbara Rothwell | November 2, 2021to smallWas this review helpful to you?
- Five StarsBy Current Customer | November 16, 2018Was this review helpful to you?
- Runs super smallBy Current Customer | October 10, 2017Not much stretchingWas this review helpful to you?