Fashion retailer ASOS intrigues Internet with 'hack' for no-show socks: 'This is revolutionary'
A simple fashion hack is knocking the Internet’s socks off.
The social media team over at ASOS took to Instagram last week with a seemingly simple idea for solving a very common sock conundrum: What to do when you have no available no-show socks.
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“Fashion hack alert,” the online clothing retailer wrote in the caption of the now-viral Instagram video. “Caught out with the wrong socks? Try this.”
The post then shows a woman transform her midcalf socks into no-show socks, or invisible socks, simply by stretching it out and folding it back under her foot.
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“This is revolutionary,” one commenter wrote.
“That is one clever move!” reads another response.
“My life is officially changed forever,” someone else declared.
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Meanwhile, others weren’t convinced the “hack” was everything it seemed to be.
“I get it now... not convinced it’ll work though,” one skeptic wrote.
“Okay cute but they [don’t] stay there, are you kidding,” claimed another.
“No way in hell is that sock staying up. Say hello so lumpy sock toes,” yet another wrote.
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Some, however, claimed they would be happy simply to own the neon socks seen in the post.
“I would wear them with the long socks too,” one woman wrote.
“[Not gonna lie] would probably just wear the socks normal,” another user said. “Those are sick.”