Nine adorable ways your child can pull their socks up (literally!)

While admittedly socks can be the bane of our lives when it’s laundry sorting time, let’s not forget that they’re also the perfect package for tiny toes! Here’s nine ways to cosy up your child’s tootsies in adorable style.


These cute socks from Korean label LaLa are the beary best way to keep little legs cosy. (See what we did there?!) Nab yourself a pair of Bear knee socks by Little Whimsy now.


Stylist Megan Morton and her daughter Bea designed these ‘Save the Bees’ socks. $2 from each pair goes towards … saving actual, real bees! It’s easy to support a good cause with the Save the bees socks by Hello Toes.


If you fancy a little bit of a woodland vibe when it comes to socking up, then these Adorable foxy socks via Kids Got Sole could be the perfect choice for your littlie!


What could be cuter than a polka-dotted pink and grey whiskery pair of Cat socks via Tiptoe and Co?!


We can’t even! Google-y eyes plus floppy tongue = ssssuper-dooper! Get these Snake socks from Little Whimsy on the feet right now.


Happy days socks by Hello Toes make all manner of colourful and super cute kid socks and tights. These ones are particularly fetching, aren’t they?!


A pair of raccoons seem like the perfect playtime companion, don’t they? Raccoon knee-socks via Tiptoe and Co are just the cutest.



A cute gang of animal pals seems like a great idea. A different pair of Animal socks via Kids Got Sole for each day of the week.


Maybe a little bit of sleepy bunny action is more your style? Rabbit socks via Arctic Fox are dreamy feet friends.

Not only are these cute socks guaranteed to fancy up your little person, they’ll make laundry sorting time a whole lot cuter!

Happy socking, kids.

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