What better way to be modest yet stylish at the same time? Try KULSOCS today. Order through the website with the links in this post and your items will be delivered on either on the Tuesday or Thursday using ‘pos berdaftar’.
This is me wearing the plain and glitter handsocks. Its very comfortable.
(length : 30cm)
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10 years a go, a handsock is merely a black or skin coloured piece of cloth a lady uses to cover her forearms. Nowadays, handsocks have become trendier and becomes a staple fashion accessory for any muslimah in putting together their outfit. Even I, myself have fallen victim to this fashion wave. KULSOCS made this possible.
Above picture is of me in a dark blue (code P002) handsock. It was priced at rm15/pair. Of course, I’m no celebrity for you to believe how comfortable and interesting this piece of clothing is. In fact, the handsocks are far from boring as they come in a variety of colours, patterns and textures.
Perhaps one of our Msian sweethearts, Nora Danish could convince you in a way or another in the video below.
Convinced yet? Jump on the handsock bandwagon now!
The December/New Year edition of my personalised parcel ‘kasih sayang’.
.. because in the midst of being a wife and a mother, we sometimes forget that we are women of our own. We have our own ambitions, desires and needs. That sometimes you just need your girl-friends to tell you to hold on, or go for it, or hey.. whatever it is, I will always be here for you and your kids should they need me when you’re not around …
This activity of sending parcels to my girl-friends have been around since I was in medical school. I don’t do it that often – just at times if say, I saw a beautiful scarf or book and cookies. It’s my way of sharing my joy or the recent happenings in my life.
Of course, everytime I go to the post office the people at the counter would question me about Poslaju and what’s in the package – they keep thinking that I have an online business. For God’s sake, I just want to send this beautiful package to my good friends. Have you guys forgotten how nice it is to receive goodies from a friend?
In my recent pack I have given them a shawl, a pair of hand socks from Kulsocs, some lollipops, a du’a card, an organ donation information card (lol), bookmark, my syok sendiri blog card and of course lots of invisible love and kisses floating in the envelope.
Now that I know the minimum postage to send a parcel via snail mail is MYR 4.00 I am considering making a New Year Surprise Package at say a flat price of RM15? Ha ha.. I wonder if anybody would be interested – especially from the local planner addicts society. Hmmm.. just let me sit on the idea for a minute.
I love to buy anything online which has a proper merchandise website. Meaning a proper checkout cart, easy payment system and of course trusted courier service. Which is why Instagram may not be my best place to shop cause you to have to WatSApp or Private Message the seller and this can be a headache and ‘suspicious’. Having this in mind, during #mycybersale2015 week, I bought hand socks from Kulsocs.
The hand socks come in 2 different lengths 19cm/30cm and of various designs. I just wish that Kulsocs would consider the idea of manufacturing hand socks longer than 30 cm to cover the upper arms. It would be great to wear with T shirts.
It is as simple as clicking your items to put them in the cart. I made my payment online and had the digital proof of payment receipt uploaded to the site. I received my parcel in less than 10 days as the company delivers twice a week.
This is me wearing the Glitter Hand socks in Purple (G010) with my baju kurung. If I were any plump-ier, I don’t think the handsock would fit properly as this was snug enough for myself.
I really hope that Kulsocs would continue to become more adventurous in producing more designs and lengths of course. It would be a disappointment if they become content with the current designs they have in the web. Young mothers still wants to look hip and cool at work and also while jalan2. He he.