‘Lucky Horse,’ ‘Clucking Awesome’ and ‘Run For The Bourbon’ Socks!

by Kentucky For Kentucky |

We have teamed back up with Dapper Classics, y’all.  That means socks… more socks!  Dapper Classics is a Kentucky based company, admired for their high quality and American-made dapper dress socks; socks that are going to complete the Kentucky wardrobe you’ve been dreaming of.  We love horses.  We love chicken.  We love bourbon. Fast horses, fried chicken, and strong bourbon, preferably.  This is the perfect trifecta of Kentucky awesomeness. The folks of Dapper Classics have once again helped us to express these loves by allowing us to sport the socks that say it all!  We are launching our ‘Lucky Horse’ socks and ‘Clucking Awesome’ socks, and re-launching our ‘Run For the Bourbon’ socks on our website this Friday, July 10th at 10AM!  Perfect for all of you proud Kentuckians who have a passion for one or all of Kentucky’s best and most famous attributes.

Available in three styles:

Our ‘Run For The Bourbon’ socks sport tiny bourbon barrels and bottles: designed by Rachael Sinclair.  Details: Made in the USA, Expertly knitted at a third-generation North Carolina mill, 200 Needle Count, Mid-Calf Fit, Linked Toe, 67% Mercerized Cotton 32% Nylon 1% Spandex, Fits Sizes 8 – 12, $20 a pair.

 


Our ‘Lucky Horse’ socks sport tiny horses and their lucky shoes: designed by Rachael Sinclair.  
Details: Made in the USA, Expertly knitted at a third-generation North Carolina mill, 200 Needle Count, Mid-Calf Fit, Linked Toe, 67% Mercerized Cotton 32% Nylon 1% Spandex, Fits Sizes 8 – 12, $20 a pair.

 

Our ‘Clucking Awesome’ socks sport tiny chickens and buckets of their crispy fate: designed by Rachael Sinclair.  Details: Made in the USA, Expertly knitted at a third-generation North Carolina mill, 200 Needle Count, Mid-Calf Fit, Linked Toe, 67% Mercerized Cotton 32% Nylon 1% Spandex, Fits Sizes 8 – 12, $20 a pair.

 

Photos and words by Savanna Barnett

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