Turkish Socks

20 Feb

For Christmas, my step-mum, Wax, bought me a pair of handmade Turkish socks. Since then, I’ve worn them as much as possible – warm, comfy and really colourful, too.

Handmade Turkish socks - no two pairs the same.


They were ordered from a company called ‘plumo’, but they’ve recently stopped selling them and have changed to slipper socks that have harder bases. I’d recommend having a look at their website, since they have got some nice stuff. But if you want to buy some like mine, then try


Plumo –ย http://www.plumo.com/categories/Knitwear/

One thing I will say, is that if you do choose to buy them, then make sure you’re careful. Last week I discovered a hole where the stitches had come a little loose – a quick fix is to simply sew them up with some thread – so y’know, try to wear shoes or slippers over the top when walking on wooden floors.


2 Responses to “Turkish Socks”

  1. Jenny February 21, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

    I love your blog! Can you do more reviews on jewellery places? It’s my sister’s birthday soon and I want to find something nice for her. Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

    • teenview1 February 21, 2012 at 6:28 pm #

      Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ Yeah, try http://www.rocknrose.co.uk/ , they have some nice stuff, but if your sister is a bit younger you could try places like Accessorize or Bourjous Bijou. Hope that helps!

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