Call them slouch socks, slouchy socks, scrunch socks or scrunchie socks - there's just something about a nice, thick, loose, scrunchable sock that feels so right!
If you were rocking them in the '80s or '90s, you probably already know a way or two for how to wear them. For those new to the amazingness which is the slouch sock, we'll be glad to give you a few fresh ideas!
Simple enough, right? Threddies Slouch Socks are nice and thick and long (14", to be exact!) to get that satisfying slouch you're looking for. Pull your socks up all the way, then smash 'em down as low as you please. You'll get a different amount of volume and a different effect depending on how low you go - from a voluminous scrunchie puffball around your ankles, to a looser look when worn about halfway up the shin. Pair them up with a pair of sneakers for a casual look, or team them up with a bootie for a different vibe.
Pull Them Up.
On most people, Threddies Slouch Socks can be pulled all the way up to the knee, to turn them into knee socks. Since the tube of the sock is loose and comfortable, they won't constrict or pinch like many knee socks might. Try teaming them up with a pair of boots to provide a thick and comfy layer. On cold days, pulling a pair of slouch socks way up high is also a cozy option for hanging out around the house!
For true retro appeal, layer those socks up! In the '80s and early '90s, slouch socks were worn several pair at a time for a layered look, which still looks cool today. Scrunch them in layers for a two-tone look. Try a third layer if you're feeling bold and extra scrunchy!