Solmate Socks - Dahlia
Warm your toes with these bright and colourful mismatched socks. Crafted with care in North Carolina, USA. The socks are made from recycled cotton in an effort to reduce the amount of cotton waste in landfills – the company is committed to protecting the environment and continue to raise money in support of disadvantaged communities. Available in a selection of different colour combinations where each pair is slightly mismatched!
Material: 62% recycled cotton, 19% recycled polyester, 15 % nylon and 1% Lycra
Colour: Light pink, magenta, lime green, purple, turquoise
Small: Women’s 4 – 6/Men’ s 4.5 – 6.5
Medium: Women’s 6 – 8/Men’s 6.5 - 8.5
Large: Women’s 8 - 10/Men’s 8.5 - 10.5
Solmate Socks was started in the year 2000 by Marianne Wakerlin with the simple idea that “Life’s too short for matching socks.” As a lifelong textile artist with a wonderful eye for design and keen instinct for business, she knew there was a market for beautifully crafted, mismatched socks made in America. The company quickly grew out of a small room in her house to three different offices in the US and the UK.
When Marianne retired in 2015, her son and daughter-in-law dedicated themselves to carrying on the family tradition of creating highly coveted, treasured works of art that can be worn on your own two feet.
More than an apparel brand, Solmate like to think of themselves as a destination for cultivating creativity and embracing individuality. Whimsical mismatched socks and accessories are designed to accentuate style and natural beauty - meant to be worn with confidence and pride.
Knowing that fashion and sustainability go hand-in-hand, we understand that every action we take today has an impact on tomorrow. This is why we are committed to using sustainably-sourced, eco-friendly fibres in every product we make, allowing you to embrace your individuality without compromising your earth-friendly principles.
Constantly evaluating the social and environmental impacts of our decisions, we are proud to be part of a global movement of businesses working together for a positive change.