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Yes, I’ve mentioned sparkly styles for the new year before, but what better time to bring in the bling than on this side of winter Solstice, waiting for the days to get longer and knowing that there’s still a lot of winter to come. Also: sparkles!!
For more subtle sparkle, these three styles knit only a bit of shimmer in leaving most of the yarn unadorned.
But if you’re feeling a bit more bold, the overall shimmer-sparkle of these two styles should be perfect
And if you just can’t shine brightly enough then put on your shades for these three:
But what if you’d like to indulge a bit less ostentatiously? Well, the Indulgences category has all of our pricer (and worth it!) options that you totally deserve after surviving the year. From knee highs in cashmere or silk,
To luxurious velvet,
And truly indulgent sheers.
You deserve something special, even if it’s just drinking in some sock-tastic beauty and adding it to your wishlist! Our year with you has been fabulous and it’s our awesome customers that keep us going, so thank you and here’s to 2014!
Happy (almost) New Year, Dreamer Fans!!! We’re very excited about 2014! We have a lot of things happening for the New Year: continuing work on our new review system, some changing around of the web site, traveling to more places for conventions, and of course the new styles that are soon to grace the shelves at our headquarters.
But before we get in all our new lovelies for the new year, we need to clear out some of the inventory from this year–so we’re having a sale!
From 12:01 am (PST) December 26th to 11:59 pm December 31st 2013 we’ll be offering you 10% off for your order of $20 or more when you use the promo code Happy2014LN in your shopping cart prior to checkout. Want to save even more? Well, if you spend $40 or more, use the code SuperHappy2014LN and we’ll take a full 20% off of your order total! This is the perfect time to use all your holiday gift cards. This sale is ONLINE ONLY, and will not be happening in our shop.
Thanks to all our customers new and old and have a great 2014!
We’ve passed the height of harvest season, which means good eats and warm treats, particularly on the most food-tastic holiday, Thanksgiving. I figured, in honour of the season, I’d serve you up a couple courses of food-themed socks.
I grew up with big family get-togethers for Thanksgiving. Everyone would bring stuff that had to be finished up or heated up, and while we waited we’d nosh on crackers and cheese. The Cheese Crews offer quite the array of nibbles.
Once it’s time to dig in, you make sure you get some veggies to balance things out. Sadly (or maybe not so sadly) we don’t have any socks that properly represent green bean casserole with fried onion straws on top. But we do have Ashi Dashi’s delicious Corn Crews. They’re corn on the cob, not the creamed corn you often see at holiday potlucks, but they’re just as deliciously delightful!
Of course, the big part of a Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. Although a lot of Sweet Marcel’s styles are made at an ethically-certified mill in Turkey, that’s about as close as we get to that distinctive bird. Our ham is a little rare (as in, still oinking), so we’ll throw tradition to the wind and tuck into some red meat.
Okay, you’re probably thinking, “that’s a pretty light spread for one of the biggest holiday meals of the year.” Well, that is because we wanted to make sure you had room for dessert!
The beauty of potluck holiday meals is that everybody brings a dessert. So. Do you want some cookies?
We hope you have a wonderful start to the winter holiday season!
Okay, I’m an adult, I know that meteor showers aren’t falling stars. But it’s such a prettier name! And a great excuse to look at socky, starry goodness. The Leonid metor shower is peaking either Saturday the 16th or Sunday the 17th (it looks like fair game for either right now), so let’s kick back and enjoy some stars that a full moon and cloud cover can’t foil!
Although you can search for Sparkly in Pattern & Texture, there isn’t a search value for stars right now because we often don’t have that many! But of course, you can always just take a gander with general search. Wow, our night sky is actually pretty full!
If those are too crazy (I mean, even though stars do have different colours depending on their temperatures), then the sedate Sheer Star Tights and the sparkly Snappy Star Garters might be more your speed.
Good luck watching the stars tomorrow night! And if you look hard enough, who knows what you might see. . .
The yellow of friendship in topaz (which actually comes in a surprising array of hues) and citrine are the gems for November. Visually, it’s almost impossible to tell cut topaz and citrine apart, but topaz is a bit harder in texture. Both stones are rather pale, and these pastel yellows definitely do the trick.
November’s flower is the chrysanthemum, which I am thankful to Spellcheck forever about. It’s another entry in the Asteraceae family, along with September and October’s flowers.Their complicated layers of petals mean it isn’t often represented on socks, but with a name that comes from “gold” and “flower” (the Greek “chrysos” and “anthemon”), I think we can do it justice with the Polonova Flower Trouser Socks and Polonova Floral Lace Trouser Socks.
Now, I’ve thought I’ve been in a tight spot before with these constellations, but I’m absolutely lost as to how to represent scorpio in socks! Maybe something with wide stripes to represent that segmented tail and basic arm warmers that have that thumb-hand separation that can look cool and claw-like? I don’t know, like the Dreamer Ruffle Striped OTK and the Space Dyed Long Perfect Arm Warmers?
Although, the more I think of it, the more I realise that the Leaf Pattern Fleece Arm Warmers encompass all those aspects in one go, the segmentation, the claw shape (with that pointed bit at the hand, even!). They’re also kind of perfect for the cold November weather.
Just one more month of birth symbols left! How the year is flying by (which I think is the motto of November, or at least should be!)