Monday, 22 February 2016

Chatty Feet // Review

I don't think I've ever written a blog post about socks before but there's a first time for everything, yes?! 

Have you ever bought clothes or accessories for your child and thought to yourself 'I totally wish they made that in adult size too!'? Well, here's your chance to be all matchy-matchy with your little one in the most adorable way! 

I recently received a family sock set in the post from Chatty Feet and I thought they were too cute not to share here. Say hello to Brad Feet....


....I'll let you work out which famous movie star these socks are named after. Aren't they just insanely cute?!


These unisex socks are one of many designs available from Chatty Feet. Other loveable characters include Don Cottone (The SockFather!) and Prof. Brian Sox as well as famous artists such as Feetasso, Andy Sock-Hole, Frida Callus and Vincent Van Toe. 


I received a pair of the medium socks (suitable for a UK 4-8) and Miss E received a pair of the children's socks in 2-4 years. Miss E finds them absolutely hilarious and squeals with delight whenever she sees them! They are a real hit! 

They fit like a dream and are super comfortable and warm to wear. The socks are made from 75% cotton, 23% polyamide and 2% lycra. A lovely touch is the smooth seams.... no weird lumps around the toes on these bad boys! 

The socks feature the design on both the front and back. When you're not wearing them on your feet, they are super for putting on an impromptu puppet show! So much fun and perfect for getting that creativity flowing!


Chatty Feet family sock sets would make an ideal gift, they add a touch of humour into everyday life and make a mundane essential item supremely fun!


Adult socks are priced individually at £7.50 and children's at £5.00 or they can be purchased as a family set for £11.50. 

Hop over to the Chatty Feet website and have fun choosing your favourite character!

* I received this product in exchange for an honest review. All words/opinions are my own
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