5 Unique Ways to Fold Your Socks - Philosockphy's Sock of the Month

How many times have you woken up in the morning and struggled to decide which way to fold your socks? Philosockphy's sock of the month club presents five unique ways to fold your socks so you can be ready in the morning to impress even your own mother (if you still live with her). Don't waste any more time looking at your boring old socks! Join our subscription service today!

1) The sock burrito

The sock burrito is a great way to fold your socks because it is easy and can be done in 3 steps: 1. Put your socks inside out 2. Take one side of your sock and wrap it around the other, making sure that they are touching 3. Roll up your socks together like a burrito

2) The origami sock

An easy way to fold socks is with the origami sock. This method will require you to have at least three matching socks for this process. To start, lay out all three socks in front of you with the toes facing you and join them together at their base by placing one sock over another like a sandwich. In order for this step not to show, make sure that the inside toe seams are lined up and facing each other. Next, take one sock and fold it in half lengthwise so that when it is unfolded there are two layers on top of each other with one side being a little bit longer than the other.

3) The horseshoe

This sock folding technique is named for its likeness to a horseshoe and it features one large fold on the left side with a few smaller folds on the right. It takes up less space than some other styles, so it can be useful if you're packing for a trip. The horseshoe is also perfect for those who are interested in minimizing creases or wrinkles since it doesn't involve rolling your socks.

1. Lay your socks flat in front of you with their toes facing away from you and the heel closest to you. 2. Cross your right ankle over your left ankle (or vice versa) and grab both socks at their toes, pulling them up towards you so that they're sitting on top of each other between your legs. 3.

4) The ever-growing sock pile

Do you know what it feels like when you have so many socks that they're starting to overlap each other? Like, when there are three pairs on top of each other and the color is all muddled? I'm sure you do. It feels disgusting. The best part about socks though, is how easy they are to fold! And if you're looking for a new way to fold your socks, then this post will be perfect for you. This month we'll be showing off five different ways that can help get your sock pile under control.

5) The pros and cons

The benefits of owning a sock subscription can be endless. For some, it can be an excuse to buy new socks every month. For others, it could be a way to find out about new brands and styles they otherwise would never have tried. In general, getting a monthly package in the mail is always fun! With that being said, there are some downsides to subscribing as well. The first downside is that you might not like all of the socks in your package (although this should be rare). If you're paying for your socks monthly and you don't like one pair, then you're stuck with them until next month. Another downside is if you don't wear dress pants or skirts often enough- then getting colored ankle socks every single month might not serve much purpose for you.