Lingerie of the Week: Lumberjack Fleece Knee Highs
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Lingerie of the Week: Lumberjack Fleece Knee Highs

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We're taking a departure from the usual bra and panty sets this week. Socks are part of the lingerie world too, and as someone who's always cold, the idea of fleece socks makes me incredibly happy. I've actually been eyeing these off and on for awhile, and though I think I might feel a bit silly at first buying fleece socks in June, I'm almost certain I'll feel 100% less silly once I put them on.

It stays chilly for awhile in the Pacific Northwest, so I'm pretty sure I could at least a few weeks worth of wear out them right now, and come winter, I'm confident I'd live in these 24/7. Yes, since I work from home, I mean that literally.



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The Sock Dreams Lumberjack fleece socks are available in "regular" and wide calf versions. Both retail for $30. In addition, Sock Dreams offers free worldwide shipping all the time to US customers.

What do you think of these? Yay or nay?


Cora
Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. Author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that everyone who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

3 Comments on this post

  1. Lucy says:

    Bless the person who thought of the “wide calf” version of socks! Both slim and curvy legs need covering! <3

  2. Emma says:

    From experience, fleece socks are generally a lot less pleasant than they sound. Your feet get TERRIBLY sweaty, since fleece is very bad at wicking moisture. They also add a lot of bulk to your feet, so don’t expect to be able to wear them with your normal shoes.

    That said, if you have a loose pair of winter boots (or rain boots) and you put some baby powder on your feet and between your toes before you put your socks on, fleece socks will keep your feet the warmest they’ve ever been.

  3. KathTea says:

    I LOVE Sock Dreams. Great quality products and good service!

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