Black & Grey - CottonBlack & Grey - Cotton

BRESCIANI

Black & Grey - Cotton

23€
Chocolate & beige - Cotton lisleChocolate & beige - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Green & grey - super-durable CottonGreen & grey - super-durable Cotton
Knee-high
Hazelnut & Khaki - WoolHazelnut & Khaki - Wool
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Hazelnut & Khaki - Wool

25€
Cherry & Beige - Cotton lisleCherry & Beige - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Beige & royal blue - Cotton lisleBeige & royal blue - Cotton lisle
Knee-high
Bordeaux & grey - WoolBordeaux & grey - Wool
Knee-high

BRESCIANI

Bordeaux & grey - Wool

28€
Duck Blue & Carmine - WoolDuck Blue & Carmine - Wool
Knee-high
Cardinal Red & Charcoal Grey - CottonCardinal Red & Charcoal Grey - Cotton
Out of stock
Knee-high
Grey & Coral - CottonGrey & Coral - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Grey & Coral - Cotton

23€
Marine & Green Academy - CottonMarine & Green Academy - Cotton
Knee-high
Beige & Red - CottonBeige & Red - Cotton
Knee-high

MAZARIN

Beige & Red - Cotton

23€
Navy & medium blue - CottonNavy & medium blue - Cotton
Knee-high
Carmine & King - CottonCarmine & King - Cotton
Knee-high
Pine green & Khaki - CottonPine green & Khaki - Cotton
Knee-high

Pattern Houndstooth

# Where does the Houndstooth pattern come from ?

Houndstooth was created in Scotland in the 1880s. It involves weaving black and white yarns together and was originally used to make warm clothing for shepherds.

# How should I wear Houndstooth socks ?

Revived by the house of Dior, the Houndstooth pattern has now become a timeless classic! For socks and knee-highs, we recommend wearing this pattern but avoid contrasting it with other patterns! If you prefer a more understated look, combine this pattern with a more neutral and plain suit. On the other hand, you might want to show off your shoes with a Houndstooth pattern with colours which contrast with the rest of your outfit.

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