We all know about Justin Trudeau, don’t we?
He recently became Singaporeans’ bae due to his respectful manners when he was here for the ASEAN Summit. But didn’t you know that he likes to wear socks that even your hippest friend won’t dare to look at?
The highly charming leader of Canada has been sported wearing fun socks even during official visits, and he’s proud of it.
For some people, the first thing they look at when they meet Mr Trudeau is his socks, which is understandable. I mean, he’s even donned a pair of Chewbacca socks.
So much so that someone apparently gifted him a pair of socks that has her face on one feet and Mr Trudeau’s face on the other feet.
And the sporting politician is of course happy.
Now, if he’s a Singaporean, he’d be delighted to know that there are some fun socks on sale too.
Local Designer That Won Hearts
If that name sounds familiar, it’s because they first came into the limelight with this bag.
The local designer has many other local-inspired items as well, like the 好公民 pillows and 好公民 earrings.
And they’ve really covered everything from top to bottom, because their socks are lit and Justin-Trudeau-ive.
Socks That Are Way, Way too Familiar
There are some things that don’t need an introduction, and this is one of them.
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But why eat them when you can wear them?
Yeah, our favourite designer has made our childhood snack into a pair of socks Justin-Trudeau-ly.
And it’s not just Haw Flakes.
You’ve got Yakult socks…
…Mopiko (无比膏) socks…
…Tiger balm socks..
…and of course, the Axe Brand medicated oil.
And to ensure that there’s no trademark issue, the names have been changed—for example, Tiger Balm has been changed to Leopard Balm.
Each pair of socks, despite its elaborate design and colours, won’t break the bank: they’re going for just $12.90 a pair before shipping, and are made with 35% cotton and 65% polyester.
Perfect Gifts for Christmas
With Christmas coming, this can be used as a Christmas stocking.
I mean, hanging a piece of your childhood in your house for Christmas?
You can order from their online store here, or head down to their shop at this address:
261 waterloo street #02-18 Singapore 180261 (Near Bugis / Bras Brasah MRT Station)
Mon-Fri: 12pm to 7:30pm (weekday lunch break between 2-3pm)
Sat: 12:30pm to 6:30pm
Sun: 12:30pm to 5:30pm (only for Christmas season from 25 Nov – 30 Dec 2018)
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