These Socks Are Inspired by One of America's Most Famous Artists

The perfect pop of color

These Socks Are Inspired by One of America's Most Famous Artists
American Trench
By Lee Cutlip / February 26, 2020 2:20 pm

There are few better ways to add some subtle color to your outfit than with socks. Boring as they may seem, they’re often responsible for rescuing an otherwise unremarkable outfit.

If your sock game has been lacking, and thus your outfits, look no further than American Trench’s latest sock drop, inspired by the founder of the minimalist movement, icon Sol LeWitt. The ‘Sol’ Socks glean inspiration from LeWitt’s “wall drawings,” gargantuan illustrations primarily consisting of geometric figures and bands of bold colors. American Trench’s socks are simple yet effective, much like LeWitt’s work — the colors are strong, but the overall design remains uncomplicated, providing the right amount of color that doesn’t over or underwhelm. It’ll be like wearing tiny works of art on your feet.

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