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Slouchy socks are coming back! Slouch socks, also called scrunch socks or scrunchie socks, are socks that were popular from the 1980s to the 1990s. It features a heavy non-elastic upper portion that can be pushed down into heavy folds around the ankles or pulled up to the knee. At that time, the fashion trend involved wearing multiple pairs of slouch socks to create a very thick, heavy slouching effect around the ankles.

Now, it is once again rising in popularity. Teens and women usually wear slouch socks during aerobic exercise or style those with T-shirts or sweatshirts as casual wear. For men, scrunchie socks are a part of body-building fashion and are often worn on basketball courts. You can follow the trend and find the ideal slouchy socks with great prices for your customers at A variety of socks with different styles are here for you to choose from!

Layer them. For those who seek a retro look, layering slouchy socks up can serve the purpose. In the 1980s and 1990s, slouch socks were worn as stacked socks, where several pairs at a time were worn for a layered look. Scrunching them in layers presents a two-tone look.

Pull them up. Suppliers on offer long and thick slouch socks that can be pulled up to the knee, to turn them into knee socks. People can try to pair up the stacked socks with a pair of boots to provide a thick and comfy layer. During the cold winter days, pulling a pair of baggy socks way up high is also a cozy and warm option for hanging out.

Slouch them. It's simple just to put slouchy socks down around the ankles to create different style effects depending on how low they go. Pairing loose socks with a pair of sneakers or booties will bring a unique vibe.

Check out to find great options for scrunch socks with good elasticity and breathability at wholesale prices.

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