Sky & Raspberry - Cotton lisleSky & Raspberry - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Black & Eggplant - CottonBlack & Eggplant - Cotton
Knee-high
Bordeaux & steel - WoolBordeaux & steel - Wool
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Bordeaux & steel - Wool

25€
Bordeaux & beige - Cotton lisleBordeaux & beige - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Blue & Yellow - Cotton lisleBlue & Yellow - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Marine & royal blue - CottonMarine & royal blue - Cotton
Knee-high
Marine & Purple - CottonMarine & Purple - Cotton
Knee-high
Blue Purple - Cotton lisleBlue Purple - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Grey & Coral - CottonGrey & Coral - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Grey & Coral - Cotton

23€
Blue & Bronze - Cotton lisleBlue & Bronze - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Blue & Pink - Cotton lisleBlue & Pink - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Carmine & King - CottonCarmine & King - Cotton
Knee-high
Black & mottled grey - WoolBlack & mottled grey - Wool
Knee-high
Navy & Light Blue - Cotton lisleNavy & Light Blue - Cotton lisle
Knee-high

Birdseye pattern

# What's the pattern birdseye ?

The pattern birdseye, better known for the precious sturgeon eggs, is an alternation of two colours reminiscent of black eggs with white reflections. In textiles, it is a "quilted" pattern that alternates the colours every other time.

# How to wear socks birdseye ?

This discreet little pattern melts away as soon as you move away from it to form only a shaded colour. Thus, a navy blue alternating with a royal blue gives, on the whole, a blue pattern. However, some models alternate blue and yellow, creating a rather green rendering.

The birdseye pattern gives character to the knee highs without making them too fancy, allows change while avoiding remarks, and gives fun in a blue or grey shade cham, for example.

Wearing socks with the birdseye pattern will make it fun to ask your friends about the colour of your socks. These subtle mixes are often elusive and their answers are sure to amuse you.

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