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Steal That Style: Cute Shoe Socks!

01/20/2010 at 02:00 PM ET
Celebrity Baby Blog – Steal That Style

Before your little one needs real footwear, it’s fun to coordinate their outfits with fun, colorful socks. And as Cam Gigandet and Kimberly Quaid‘s baby girls prove (Everleigh Ray and Zoe Grace respectively), socks that look like shoes are the most adorable option.

From chic Mary Janes and sporty sneakers to bohemian sandals and classic loafers, there are a loads of styles to choose from.

Love the look? Check out our top picks below!

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Click below for more shoe socks!

Celebrity Baby Blog – Steal That Style Courtesy of Psycho Baby


Me In Mind‘s Mary Jane Sock Set ($26 for six, left) take the traditional Mary Jane up a notch with fun prints like zebra, stripes, cheetah and more.

Let your little guy kick it old school with Trumpette‘s Johnnys ($24.50 for six). A favorite among celebs, these super soft socks — which come in a variety of bright colors — are made to look like high-top tennis shoes.

Celebrity Baby Blog – Steal That StyleCourtesy of Bibi and Mimi


Like father, like son! Your baby boy will make quite the dapper dude in Bibi & Mimi‘s Loafers ($19 for six, left).

Got a mini ballerina on your hands? Mud Pie‘s Tiny Dancer socks ($17 for three) are super sweet (and pink!) — especially the chiffon ruffle detail.

Celebrity Baby Blog – Steal That StyleCourtesy of Target

Bargain Buy:

Target‘s Baberoo Organic sock set ($10 for four, left) is great if you’re looking for variety. The set comes complete with flip-flops, Croc-inspired kicks, loafers and sneakers — perfect for keeping your little one stylish all year round.

With its pretty floral appliqué, Taylor Joelle DesignsDaisy socks ($5 for two) are a great option for any little girl.

– Anya

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Brandi on

I received Trumpette socks at my baby shower and have bought more since. They’re pricey but great quality and really hold up well.

baroquebabies on

I love those, if I had a girl or a niece, I would buy some!

Shan on

I have fallen in love with these types of socks ever since CB first showed the Trumpette’s brand. I don’t have children just yet but these will be my first purchase once I find out the sex of the baby.

Sherri on

These are so cute & we get so many compliments on them when my 5 mo. old Miss Priss wears them. We have the Baberoo Organic sock set…

But, like ALL other baby socks… they DO NOT stay on. :(

Megan on

I love Trumpette socks. My son was given some his first Christmas and I have since bought some for my daughter. They stay on so well and get tons of compliments.

Natty G on

Love these socks! I had the Trumpette sneakers (with real ties!) for my twin boys and and bought the ballet slippers and mary jane’s for my niece. Too cute!

Robin M. on

I bought some Trumpette Mary Janes and Trumpette Rosies (just like the Mary Janes but with a little rosette on them) second-hand on eBay. Up to that point, I hadn’t found any socks that would stay on my six month old daughter’s feet. The Trumpettes worked like a charm so to me they were worth the money. Also by getting them gently used they weren’t quite as pricey.


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