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Christmas Novelty Socks

Submitted by on October 25, 2010 – 8:07 pmNo Comment

We love these Kids Novelty Socks, they’re fun, affordable, excellent vale for money and perfect for the kids to wear under their school uniform at Christmas to bring some extra Christmas fun to their day.

Buy in Store: Poundland

£1.00 for 2 pair


Initial Thoughts: Considering that socks are not exactly the most exciting gift for children, I was surprised by the amount of excitement that the arrival of these Kids Novelty Socks caused.  They’re bright, fun and very Christmassy.  The kids couldn’t wait to try them on and had their shoes off before I’d got the second pair out of the bag!

We liked: The socks are brightly coloured and just looking at them makes me want it to be Christmas right now.  One of the pairs we have has a fluffy Santa motif on them and the other pair has the cutest little Christmas penguin on them.  They come in different sizes so you can ensure a comfortable fit (we have sizes 6-8 and 12-3) and they feel a lot more expensive than they actually are.  I also like that the packaging is environmentally friendly as there is just a small piece of card holding them together which means minimal waste.
We weren’t keen : I actually can’t say anything negative about these socks, for the price you pay for them they’re an absolute bargain.
Overall : These are well made, fun socks that represent excellent value for money.  I’m sure we’ll get lots (and lots) of wear out of them in December.  I’m positive that all children would love a pair of these to wear at Christmas so I would highly recommend them to anyone.  In fact, I quite fancy a pair myself.

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