Brighten Up Your Sock Drawer with Pantone

Pantone may be best known for their Colour Matching System and Colour Guides, and more recently for their branded products such as the Pantone mugs, bags and card holders that have appeared in gift shops and department stores over recent years.  However, what caught our eye was their latest creation – the Pantone sock.

Stylenerds have always been huge fans of Pantone, being that they dominate ‘colour communication’ in the design world, however their new socks are the brand’s first attempt into the world of fashion and are a pleasing addition to the brand’s existing portfolio of products.

Launched online on Asos last month, Pantone socks are available in seven bold colours and priced at a reasonable £8 a pair, we’ll be snapping them up in every colour! Instantly cool with the iconic Pantone logo number detailing, ribbed trim and signature bright Pantone colours, these socks would like great on any foot or with any suit and would be an ideal Christmas stocking filler (just don’t actually use the sock as your Christmas stocking as they’re much too good for that)!

These cotton rich socks cross the colours of the spectrum, with mint green, royal blue, navy blue, tomato red, aubergine purple, fuchsia pink and baby pink.  With so many bold Pantone colours available, you can be sure to find a colour to match with your braces and/or tie to complete your city look in the infamous Gordon Gekko style.

Pantone men’s socks have a classic soft stretch design and are available in one size only.  The socks are available online from Asos who offer Free Style Saver Delivery on all UK orders (delivered within 6 working days) and free UK returns.

Pantone Green 16-6240 SocksPantone Red 19-1763 Socks Pantone Blue 19-4053 Socks Pantone Pink 17-2230 Socks Pantone Purple 19-3218 Socks

Pantone Pink 17-2031 Socks


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