Somewhere in your office, your posse, maybe even your family, you know the guy. The guy who wakes up every morning to a dresser drawer laid out like the sartorial equivalent of a ’50s suburb: Rows and rows of the exact same pair of socks. Don’t be that guy. Not when bringing a little adventure to your stride is as easy as a subscription to NextSock, which sends cozy, VIP-quality socks to your door in a variety of random patterns and styles. That’s two pairs a month in plaids, polka-dots, argyles or Christmas-sweater quirky—anything but tidy-whites or business blacks.
Take a cue from colorful sock rockers like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jon Hamm or Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Or ask any stylist: Whether it’s between jeans and sneakers or khakis and wingtips, that inch or two of fabric is your license to get a little crazy in a sly, subtle way. You’d be crazy not to.
Especially now, when a three-month subscription to NextSock is 60% off the regular price of $60. In other words, $24, shipping included—just $4 a pair, $2 a sock or (potentially) eight cents per argyle diamond. However you cut it, it’s a cheap way to turn that sock drawer into a treasure chest.