We’ve found the best holiday gift this year, and it’s these customized face socks
You can officially stop searching for the perfect holiday gift because we’ve found it and it’s brilliant. The apparel company DivvyUp is selling socks that you can print faces on – which means that your BFF is about to wear your smiling mug every single day of their life. Don’t worry, they’ll only find this present medium levels of creepy.
For starters, let’s dive into the holiday-themed socks. Because if you’re going to go all out with customized face socks, it better include some very fun Christmas decorations. Like, this bright green number sporting lots of mistletoe.
Or this bright blue pair that features snowflakes and your face(s) of choice.
But we don’t have to stick to just holidays, by the way. There are so many choices.
Faces, faces, everywhere. And when it’s your wonderful mug, your BFF will be so thrilled to show them off.
Or maybe your friends would prefer a more understated scattering of a few of your faces instead of zillions.
You can absolutely never go wrong with rainbows though, of course.
But tis the season to be merry, and candy canes (and your smiling face) are literally always welcome.
Also, we know Hanukkah’s over but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep the Festival of Lights going with these very cute menorah socks.
Now, why should humans have all the fun? Your BFF will likely get an even bigger kick out of socks with their pet’s face on them. True love knows no boundaries.
Holiday spirit + pups = the best winter ever. Your BFF’s feet will be oh so cozy and will rep their dog’s face with pride. Or, you can gift socks covered in your own doggo’s face to everyone you know, because who wouldn’t want that?
We’d also like to point out that you don’t have to buy face socks that are holiday-themed. You can keep it timeless with face taco socks, face camo socks, and face pizza socks. Sign us up for all the taco ones.
Here’s to the most self-indulgent holiday gifts ever. If people don’t want to wear your face on their feet, then you’ll just have to reevaluate the friendship.
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