Target Has A $15 Advent Calendar Of Disney Princess Socks For Grownups
The Disney Princess socks are a cotton/poly blend so they're as comfy as they are stylish
Sure, Halloween isn't here yet and sure, it's only mid-September but that's no reason not to get excited about Advent calendars, especially if you're a Disney fan. Target just introduced a Disney Princess-themed 15-day calendar full of adorable socks, so it's obviously time to start decorating for the holidays.
Fine, it's probably not quite time (although people who decorate early for the holidays are happier ), but at least we can look forward to these crazy-cute socks warming our tootsies up during the winter months while we wait for jolly old St. Nick to squeeze down our chimneys.
The “15 Days of Socks Advent Calendar” comes with a mix of five pairs of crew-cut socks and ten pairs of low-cut socks, all to bring some “fun and flair” to the holidays, the Target website explains. Have a favorite color? No problem. The calendar comes with purple, blue, gray, green, pink, and more while featuring a variety of...
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