How To Care For Your Say Possible Socks <3

Morning, Readers! If you have a pair of Say Possible Socks and are wondering what is the best way to care for your socks, look no further – this post is here to provide some of our thoughts over here at HQ on how to keep your socks looking bright, soft and hole-free!

  1. Washing & Drying: The ideal scenario would be that you could hand wash each and every pair with cold water and hang dry *not to extended in the sun though, as that can damage the yarns and fade over time – but, if you don’t exactly have time for all that, we simply recommend machine washing cold, gentle cycle, (do not bleach) and if you need to use the dryer, best at tumble dry low setting. These simple things can extend the life of the sock tremendously!
  2. Wearing:  Our designer combed cotton styles are meant to be worn for fashion-forward and casual-dress occasions. Because of the finer quality of the sock, a dress shoe (preferably a smooth insole, and sock-lining *learn more here.) is the ideal pairing – we do not recommend wearing continuously with sneakers as the material lining of the shoes tends to rub and create pilling and potentially holes over time. This goes for most socks, except athletic socks which are designed to take on that type of usage. Say Possible is working on some athletic sock designs of their own, stay tuned!
  3. Storing: If you’re one to be very particular about their summer vs. winter wardrobe, please keep in mind that our socks are made with cotton, a natural material that moths and other lovely bugs just can’t keep themselves off of. To be sure to keep your socks bite-free 😉 you can deter fabric-chomping insects with things like cedar wood blocks and lavender scents in your drawer or closet if you plan to store away your socks.  P.S. – we absolutely love insects, bugs, all the world’s creatures.

That should cover most types of care here – please comment below if you have additional questions or concerns. Always happy to help! Pair well, sock friends!


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