Boldly patterned socks are the look for men

  • Article by: Aimee Blanchette , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 10, 2013 - 5:02 PM

From the Wall Street trading-room floors to Minneapolis coffee shops, more men are embracing eclectic socks to add a pop of color to their spring wardrobes. No longer relegated to the back of the dresser drawer, a pair of printed socks can polish a look just like a zippy pocket square or a set of brightly colored laces. A wide range of stores are selling bold-patterned socks, so to get the look, you can spend a little or a lot.

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herby2013Apr. 10, 13 5:08 PM

In the mid-to-late 1990s, boldly colored and patterned neckties were the trend for men. Then that trend died and reverted back to the tried-and-true basic conservative ties. These trends come and go. No point in wasting your money buying clothes that will be "out of style" in a year making you look foolish if you wear them.

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alphasongApr. 11, 13 7:21 PM

Just when I learned the basic lesson that socks should match the trousers, having gone with basic black socks for all occasions for my entire working career.

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