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When Katie Holmes was first spotted wearing a cashmere bra back in 2019, many of us considered it a fun fashion move that only other celebrities or influencers might copy; something somewhat ridiculous that the average gal wouldn’t be compelled to splurge on or try out. And then came the pandemic. Nowadays, our sartorial motto is “comfort is king and cashmere is the sun.” If it comes in cashmere, we want it—sweatpants, sweaters, beanies and, of course, socks. In fact, sporting a pair of cozy cashmere socks now feels more like a form of self-care than a luxurious splurge. If you haven’t already indulged or you’re just looking to expand your collection of super-soft footwear, we’ve rounded up the 11 best cashmere socks money can buy. (Trust us, your feet will never be cozier.)

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1. Falke Sensual Cashmere Crew Socks

We have to admit, we’d never think to call socks “sensual,” but the incredibly soft, lightweight cashmere blend these beauties are made from offers a tactile experience that definitely lives up to the name.

Buy it ($35)

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2. Graham Cashmere Bed Socks

This dreamy pair, hand-knitted in Scotland, has a slouchy fit that will look adorable popping out of the top of your winter boots or bunched around your ankles walking around the house.

$58 at Amazon

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3. Hansel from Basel Rib Cashmere-Blend Crew Socks

For those on the hunt for eco-friendly cashmere, these cozy socks are made in a small family-run factory in Portugal that runs entirely on renewable energy. The materials also feature 85-percent recycled Italian cashmere.

Buy it ($35)

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4. Brubaker Cashmere Socks

You’d be hard pressed to find a better deal on cashmere-blend socks (it works out to under $9 a pair), and they also have almost 300 reviews at Amazon with a 4.5-star rating.

$35 for 4 at Amazon

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5. Naked Cashmere Cashmere Socks

This pair is the most expensive on our list, but it’s made from 100-percent cashmere with a 5-gauge knit, which basically means your feet will feel like they’re walking on clouds. Add to that maximum breathability, so they’ll always keep your toes comfortably toasty but will never overheat.

Buy it ($99)

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6. Johnstons of Elgin Ribbed Cashmere Socks

Another sustainably crafted pair, these 100 percent cashmere socks are designed for a slimmer fit that won’t slouch or bunch in your shoes, so you can sport them both inside the house and out on the town.

Buy it ($45)

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7. J.Crew Cashmere Trouser Socks

Yes, they’re called “trouser socks” and they’ll certainly fit into boots and dress shoes if you so choose. But they work just as well as cozy bed socks, per the rave reviews on J.Crew’s website.

Buy it ($50)

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8. Catbird Cozy Cashmere Socks

We were also surprised to learn that one of our favorite minimalist jewelry brands sells socks (among other home and fashion wares), but it turns out they’re just as fabulous as Catbird’s dainty rings and necklaces.

Buy it ($74)

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9. Vince Cashmere Socks

For those who want an ultra-lightweight pair that doesn’t skimp on warmth, Vince has got you covered. Just be sure to handwash these beauties, and never stick them in the dryer, so they last as long as possible in tip top shape.

Buy it ($65)

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10. The White Company London Cashmere Bed Socks

This cozy knit pair has a whopping 4.7-star rating, with multiple reviewers mentioning being so happy with them that they’ve also gifted pairs to friends and loved ones. “These are the best bed socks ever, warm, comfortable and they slip off when you need them to and stay on when needed,” writes one happy shopper.”

Buy it ($49)

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11. Naadam Signature Cashmere Socks

This 100-percent cashmere sock comes in 10 gorgeous hues (don’t fret if your preferred color is sold out as the brand restocks fairly often) and is ethically and sustainably made, so you can feel as good on the inside as your feet feel on the outside.

Buy it ($75)

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