Brown - CottonBrown - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Brown - Cotton

22€
Brown - super-durable CottonBrown - super-durable Cotton
Knee-high
Taupe - super-durable WoolTaupe - super-durable Wool
Knee-high
Brown & Navy - CottonBrown & Navy - Cotton
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Brown & Navy - Cotton

23€
Brown - LinenBrown - Linen
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Brown - Linen

25€
Chocolate - CottonChocolate - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Chocolate - Cotton

22€
Brown - WoolBrown - Wool
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Brown - Wool

22€
Chocolate & beige - Cotton lisleChocolate & beige - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Marine & Copper - CottonMarine & Copper - Cotton
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Marine & Copper - Cotton

23€
Hazelnut & Khaki - WoolHazelnut & Khaki - Wool
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Hazelnut & Khaki - Wool

25€
Clay after the rain - CottonClay after the rain - Cotton
Knee-high
Marron glacé - CottonMarron glacé - Cotton
Knee-high
Chocolate & blue - WoolChocolate & blue - Wool
Out of stock
Knee-high
Brown & Light Blue - WoolBrown & Light Blue - Wool
Knee-high
Clay before the rain - CottonClay before the rain - Cotton
Knee-high
Hazelnut - CottonHazelnut - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Hazelnut - Cotton

22€

Brown socks

# How should I wear this colour?
Brown socks are a classic choice for many a sock drawer. They are often chosen because of their closeness with brown shoes. You will find dark brown pairs as well as a shade of beige which goes nicely with a pair of chinos or canvas trousers.

A classic choice for some, more eccentric for others, brown socks are often worn with shoes of the same colour. As these socks are quite a dark brown, they will go well with all kinds of brown shoes, regardless of the shade of brown leather. Whether your shoes are dark brown, chocolate, tan or chestnut, these brown socks will fit the bill.

# What does this colour say about you?
The colour of the soil, a comforting colour, brown can be worn without making any major fashion faux-pas. It is said that high up in the financial world, one shouldn’t wear brown when in the city as it is far too much of a ‘countryside’ colour. But times have changed. Nonetheless, it is important not to wear this colour too much or wear it on its own!

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