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Irish Socksociety raises the conversation with Christmas hats

The Irish Socks company, Irish Socksciety has just launched their new and first collection of hats.

Now firmly established for helping to add some colour, style and chat to what you’re wearing south of the ankle, the Galway based business adapted their business to bring a conversational tone to their line of face masks mid lockdown and now they have brought out a very friendly collection of hats… just in time for Christmas.

The good willed conversation keeps going with their ‘Howya’, ‘Grand’ and ‘Lovely’ Hats are €24 with the ‘Howya’ Kids hat €19.

The conversations in Ireland and the turn of phrase has inspired this company from day one with their witty take on Irish society and the way in which we connect with each other. Now the hats are adding more to the chat.

“We wanted to add positive talk for people, a simple word that we all know can offer a lot of comfort.”

“Sure, it will be grand, is like saying we 100% have a plan and it’s sorted! And that in itself is an ease to people,” said Joanna Heavy of Irish Socksciety.

Irish Socksciety have released all their custom socks for Christmas, shop the entire collection now from The Full Irish, to Absolute Legend and of course their Galway Socks which were released earlier this year. Socks begin at €9 and sock subscriptions are also available.

Order online here https://irishsocksciety.com/

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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