We offer FREE USPS shipping on all US orders!
Well dreamers, it’s been a while since we asked you to dust off your thinking caps and participate in a contest, so we’re super-excited to announce that we’re starting one now!
The idea is to use Pinterest to curate your dream outfit, featuring photos of clothing that you’ve found on the internet (be sure to include sources). The main requirements are that you include at least one item from Sock Dreams, and keep your submission family-friendly.
Check out our infographic (above) for all of the details, and submit links to your entries to email@example.com by May 31st. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
While May might not be what you think of as harvest season, we think that with all of June’s Pride celebrations right around the corner this is the perfect time to expand on one of our most popular lines of socks: Harvest Rainbows!
These colorful thigh highs flew solo for the first few years of their reign, but with the recent addition of junior and youth sizes it’s looking like we might just have dynasty on our hands (or feet, if you will)!
Well a simple dynasty is not enough for us. Nope! That’s why we’ve added two more unisex, adult-sized options: Knee Highs and Crews! You see, while we adore thigh highs and hope you do too, we also don’t think that should be a requirement of rocking awesome, muted rainbows. Besides, they’re so perfect for the Pride festivals that take place during the rather warm month of June, it just made sense to make them in more Summery lengths!
With three foot sizes and multiple lengths, these rainbow socks are getting to be just as diverse as the people that they represent!
Sakura Con is the Pacific Northwest’s largest Anime convention. Con goers can dress up as their favorite anime character, find a large variety of Manga and Anime to buy, and enjoy panels on everything from voice acting to the art of anime, to interactive games.
Dreamer Jen especially looks forward to seeing one of her favorite regular vendors, Epic Cosplay, who have a huge variety of inexpensive wigs.
This year, Sock Dreams will be located at booth 243, in the back end of the convention hall. We’ll be passing out stickers and our new buttons, as well as selling the Sock Dreams brand at discounted con prices. Come by and see us!
If you’ve been shopping with us for a while, you might know by now that while we carry socks from a multitude of different suppliers, we also have a few house brands that are made just a little bit dreamier than regular socks. These brands are Dream Stockings and Dreamer Socks, while gift cards and non-sock accessories such as garters and gloves are part of our third and eponymous brand: Sock Dreams!
This week we’re proud to announce the addition of yet another house line: Oops! Socks in the Oops! line are the same great socks that you recognize from Dream Stockings and Dreamer Socks, only these batches were made with some slight flaws! We don’t like wasting things (especially socks), so we’ve decided to sell these since their flaws have no effect on their structural integrity – we do feel that they merit a discount, however!
Oops! O Basics have just a bit of extra texture!
Some of these socks are only flawed in terms of sizing, but because they all have their own errors going on, we do recommend that you read their product information carefully – we want to provide you with savings, not unpleasant surprises!
Currently the line consists of four products, which will likely become a rotating selection as we sell out of flawed batches and get others in. Available now are Oops! Extraordinary Wool Socks, Extraordinary Thigh Highs, O Basics, and Extraordinary Stripes, some of which are perfectly normal except that they were supposed to be Extraordinarily Longer! As the selection is changed out, you’ll be able to find it in the Sale Section, or by simply typing “Oops!” into the search field!
Here at Sock Dreams we believe that even accidents can be happy, and in that spirit we hope that you will enjoy these variations on our dreamiest socks!
Every so often we have a chance to do something truly meaningful as a company (or individuals). These opportunities aren’t always the happiest of occasions though — in fact it is usually during the truly dark times that we are called upon to step up and lend a helping hand, and this winter was no exception. One of our coworkers has spent this last season undergoing chemotherapy for lymphoma, and as many cancer survivors can tell you, the financial burden of treatment on top of being unable to work can be the most stressful thing about the already unpleasant experience. Even with temporary unemployment and the great healthcare that we Dreamers receive, we knew it wouldn’t be enough. That’s when we decided to ask our community for help on our coworker’s behalf.
We decided to use our collective personal time and money to put together a raffle basket. It immediately became clear that everyone here really really cares, as the donations consisted of some seriously great stuff: hand crafted items, gift certificates (including a 45 minute massage!) and some generally luxe products started pouring in!
The most beautiful moment of all came when we posted this photo of the basket to our shop’s facebook page, and within 24 hours it had over 30 shares and some incredibly heartfelt notes! Since we kept ticket sales to our shop in Sellwood, it was largely our own neighbors who came in to buy tickets, raising enough money to make a serious dent in our colleague’s medical expenses!
At the end of business hours on December 30th Dreamer Gelsey drew our winning raffle ticket! We left a voicemail for the winner, and in the following days a few different people came in to claim the basket, to our vast confusion. As it turned out, several workers at a neighboring company had all bought tickets under the same name, just because they thought it was a good cause (and hopefully they’re enjoying the basket, too)!
Many many thanks to everyone who helped us out on this project! Nothing has warmed our hearts this winter quite like this — even a really good pair of socks can’t compare with the kindness of our community.