February Editorial: Find Your Gold

February Editorial: Find Your Gold

February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s still one of the busiest. We honor Black History Month and celebrate Chinese New Year. We watch with bated breath to see if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow on Groundhog Day. We eat our favorite appetizers during the Super Bowl and snack on chocolate candies on Valentine’s Day. And, if we’re lucky, we get a day off from work or school for President’s Day.

St. Patricks Day Socks
Even though there’s a lot to look forward to in February, we already have our sights set on March. Specifically, one event in particular: St. Patrick’s Day. It’s one of the most fun days of the year, and we already can’t wait to celebrate.

One of the most important parts of St. Patrick’s Day is dressing the part. People go all out with green shirts, green pants, green dresses, green tights, green wigs, green sports coats, you name it. Legend has it if you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll get pinched by a leprechaun. So, to avoid being the odd man out at the St. Patrick’s Day parade or party, you definitely need a pair of green socks. That’s why we’re sending you the Find the Gold Socks in your Say it with a Sock February subscription box.

Find the Gold St. Patricks Day Socks

The stylish Find the Gold socks will definitely get you noticed on St. Patrick’s Day. The retro 8-bit design is a nod to the classic arcade game PAC-MAN. But instead of ghosts, you have—what else?—leprechauns. And instead of cherries and strawberries, there are shamrocks and pots of glittering gold. If this was a video game, we would definitely play it.

The Find the Gold unisex socks are wearable for both men and women. Even though they’re St. Patrick’s Day-themed, we encourage you to wear them all year ‘round, because we can all use a little bit of luck from time to time. Consider these socks your new good luck charm.

Green Polka Dot Socks

It may not be St. Patrick’s Day quite yet, but here’s to finding your gold, one step at a time. Happy February and may the luck of the Irish be with you!