Trend Alert: Birks & Socks

There’s a trend emerging here at our home office that I’m really excited about. It’s a trend that I used to see back when I was in high school, but one in which I never personally took part (although I always wanted to)… until now. Every day I see more and more of our girls rocking Birkenstock sandals, and a handful of them are doing so with socks.

I’ve always loved classic Birkenstocks. They look — and feel — comfortable, casual, natural, and cute. They’re fun without being too attention-grabbing, and their neutral color palette means you can pair them with almost anything. We’re enjoying these last few weeks of summer wearing them as-is, and as the weather cools down, we’re adding some of our favorite socks to the look — all the way through fall.

Birkenstocks and thigh highs

 

Chaplin Leather Backpack, Vintage Sweater Tall SockArizona Birkenstock.

Birkenstocks, mustard cords, backpack

Birkenstocks, overalls

Washed Cord Overall, Golden Age Backpack, Arizona Birkenstock.

Birkenstocks and eucalyptus

Birkenstocks, eucalyptus

Birkenstocks, beanie, sweater

Capsule Slouchy BeaniePerimeter Cardigan, FP One Smocked Bike Shorts, Speckled Slouch Tall SockArizona Birkenstock.

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With all due respect….. no socks with sandals.

Erin

Um, April Fools?

I live in upstate NY and alot of ladies do wear socks with Birks…it all depends on how you wear them and only some people can pull it off. I think most people here wear the socks for warmth more than trying to pull off a fashion trend. I love the last photo that Bridgette is wearing them and the first photo.

Janet

You guys totally have a way of making something that is a total fashion dont into a do. I love birks, never did the sock thing, but am about to go there. I too live in upstate ny and am a therapist too, its like this is made for me. Lets just see if I can pull it off. Thanks for the inspiration.

I’ve never liked birks, but you guys have me seriously convinced I need a pair.

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kari butler

I love my Birkis! Due to a chonic illness, comfy supportive shoes are essential. It’s easy to embrace this style as long as you add your own style twit with irony. Being an artist, I love the boho vibe when wearing these babies on my feet :)

I forgot

I love this trend, but I’m too shy to wear this. Most people are so judgmental about socks x sandals. I’d like to see more of this tough! :)

Yes! I love this and am just about to do a post on it with some lovely stripy colourful socks!! xx

I wear mine everyday. I’ve had them for 3 summers now and it’s about time for a new pair! They are seriously the best sandals. I never get blisters, and they have really great support.
I will have to consider this trend…I’m half on half off right now. :/
xx
~Taylor
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No. Just, no.

Thank goodness they are trendy now, I was starting to et sick of people making fun of my socks and birks! ha ha ha, but seriously love em’!
-Kelsey

Lydia

Love my Birks! I have a pair of classic ones like these and a pair where the top strap wraps around my big toe. Super cute and perfect for my high arches :)

As a resident of the Pacific Northwest, I’ve got two things to say:

1) Please don’t encourage this fashion trend. I mean, yeah, I get it’s comfy, but socks and sandals? Around here, that just says you’re too lazy to commit to one type of footwear because the weather is unpredictable.

2) The name for this trend is: Birkensocks. ;)

Rosy

No!!

nicole

this hurts my sole.

get it.

What happened, I see the Birkenstock on every fashionblog now!? When I was wearing them they were the ugliest shoe ever (according to my boyfriend especially)… I do still like them though.

i love love love birks w socks! they were basically my wardrobe staple all throughout high school and now college. they’re literally the best and most comfortable pair of shoes i own… i love buying cute socks to wear w them when it starts to cool down. they are definitely a closet must-have!

Bee

Purchased my first pair of Arizona Birkenstock’s this week. I love the trend and have a bad back so it’s a win-win in my book! My husband, on the other hand, is not thrilled with the Birks and socks concept and said he would not be seen with me when I described to him various outfits I wanted to “rock” with my new Birks…….Maybe they’ll grow on him????!!!!

julie

sorry guys…trend or not..birks with socks is by far the worst combination you can step out on the streets with..i live in hamburg (germany) and although you can pretty much wear anything here that combination will give everyone the chills….i love birks and cute socks, but not as a combo.

erin

I wore this look in high school back in ’95 when grunge was cool… not a fashion do now… sorry guys. Plus, the suede on the birk ruins the fabric of the socks.

Val P.

fun look. I dig.

Rachael

i love wearing my chacos with socks! especially when i’m packing light for europe!

Lisa

They are a trend? So NOW I am trendy!! Been wearing them this way for years – live in a cold climate so not always able to wear them on their own (although my Birk clogs ARE better for cooler days and socks with THEM are fine!). Must have nice socks though or it just looks BAD…

they looks amazing and great specially the girl in 7th pic

Elizabeth

Wow. Trendy? Ok. I’ve been wearing Arizona Birks with socks for many years. But I always knew I looked like a dork. But, who cares! Birkenstocks are the only shoes I’ve never wanted to shed the second I came home. I have four pair of Birkenstock socks that I bought almost ten years ago. Yep. Ten. They’re made from recycled plastic, I think. They look exactly as they did when I first bought them. I wish they still made them, it would be nice to have a couple more. But, I guess since they last forever, everyone quit buying them… Read more »