Fashion Girls Everywhere Are Wearing This $3 Item at Home

Jene J. Long

Back in November, we covered the rise of hero socks, which quickly became the centerpiece of many stylish outfits. Fast forward to spring, and amidst circumstances that have many of us staying at home, we’ve noticed many Instagram posts featuring cozy socks. This makes perfect sense (all the better to pad around the house in, right?). But upon closer inspection, we realized there was a clear preference for one sock brand, in particular: Nike.

With its socks at such an affordable price point, we couldn’t help but call out that Nike has the fashion crowd’s ringing endorsement. We think the popularity has something to do with the particular retro flavor of loungewear that has been bubbling since the beginning of the year.

Throwback sweatsuits with the kind of sweatpants that bunch around the ankle have been trending since January, and as our Managing Editor Kristen Nichols demonstrated, a sweatpant’s best friend is a pair of classic white socks. Celebs like Kaia Gerber re-ignited the trend of wearing socks over leggings in a ’80s Jazzercise manner back in February, influencers are on board with the look too, and we all know Princess Diana’s nostalgic athleisure looks with her white tube socks pulled up high have always been an inspiration for the fashion community.

Put that all together with the current penchant for comfort at home and it makes sense why a classic sportswear brand like Nike’s socks might come out on top. Don’t take my word for it, though. Scroll down to see how some of my favorite stylish ladies are sporting that signature check.

Ahh, the aforementioned Kaia Gerber–approved look. Extra points here for blending the sporty look with elevated elements like a standout gold bracelet and a hint of a leather blazer.

Nike Everyday Plus Cushion Crew Socks ($22)

Zella Live In High Waist Leggings ($59)

Nike Air Jordan 1 Low Sneakers ($90)

Monica Vinader Alta Capture Charm Bracelet ($450)

We all know matching sets are where it’s at right now. A few favorites are right below.

Pretty Little Thing Grey Crew Neck Elasticated Hem Sweater ($25)

Shop the matching Grey Turn Up Longline Sweat Shorts ($25).

ASOS Design Curve Lounge Mix and Match Loopback Raw Edge Hoodie ($28)

Shop the matching Curve Lounge Mix & Match Loopback Raw Edge Jogger ($29).

Champion Cropped Hoodie Sweatshirt ($69)

Shop the matching Reverse Weave Drawstring Shorts ($49).

Diff Scout Blue Light Technology Glasses ($75)

Motique Accessories Large 5 Inch Hair Claw ($9)

The sport-meets-glamour marriage between Nike socks and an anklet is a partnership I can get behind.

Nike Everyday Cushion Quarter Sock 6-Pack ($20)

Entireworld French Terry Sweatpants ($53)

Jenny Bird Seychelles Anklet ($75)

This lovely shoot illustrates that socks worn solo are just as nice. A cute dog cameo doesn’t hurt either.

Nike Performance Cushion Crew Training Socks (3 Pairs) ($25)

We’d like to supplement this image with a link to our favorite ways to style sweatpants

Why not go for a little frill flair?

Nike Nike Everyday Plus Cushion Crew Sock 6-Pack ($22)

Gildan Heavy Blend Adult Sweatpants ($13)

A high-low mix will always set our sartorial hearts racing.

Nike Everyday Cushioned Training Crew Socks (3 Pairs) ($14)

Who What Wear Axel Slingback Sandals ($57)

New Balance sneakers are coming back in a big way among the fashion crowd. 

This shot does it all: the it sock, sneaker, and sweatpants, styled in the most on-trend way.

Nike Sheer Training Sock ($14)

New Balance 623 V3 Casual Comfort Training Shoe ($70)

Beyond Yoga Brushed Up Lounge Around Midi Yoga Pants ($53)

We’re just waiting for a third image to call this a bona fide trend, but for now, our collective eyebrow is piqued. Ironic fashion can be fun, so we’re curious about these tongue-in-cheek Ikea socks.

Next up, check out how to get spring’s freshest accessory trend for as little as $31.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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