"Strawberry Thief" Printed Art Tights
"Strawberry Thief" Printed Art Tights
"Strawberry Thief" Printed Art Tights
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"Strawberry Thief" Printed Art Tights

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Made by Tabbisocks

These gorgeous tights are printed in bold patterns from renowned fine arts collections, to make a bold and beautiful statement for any outfit!

These tights are printed with the "Strawberry Thief" pattern by 19th century textile designer William Morris. Morris was a major contributor to the revival of traditional British textile art, and a socialist activist associated with the British Arts and Crafts movement.

  • Available in two sizes
    • S-L (recommended for 5'-5'8'')
    • XL-2X (recommended for 5'5''-6'0'')
  • 90% Nylon, 10% Spandex 

  • Machine wash, tumble dry low
  • Made by craftsmen in Japan

Tabbisocks is a Portland-based brand, that works with craftsmen in Japan, to create unique, small-batch socks and tights.

From the makers: Maarlie Wada moved to the U.S. from Japan in 2001 and brought her eye for style along with her. She always received compliments and questions from her friends, who asked where she got her socks from. The idea to bring Japanese fashion to America didn’t cross Maarlie's mind until she toured an LA fashion magazine company in 2006 — and that was when Tabbisocks came to life.

Tabbisocks weaves Japanese craftsmanship from the East with big personality from the West. Each sock is made with love in Nara, a city steeped in tradition and “advanced sock culture.” In Japan, socks are a way of life. Taking off your shoes is the norm in Japan, and it gives you plenty of opportunities to reveal your true style. Your socks show who you are: loud and proud, subtle and sweet, or perfectly weird.
We hope you wear our socks proudly and show your true self. Live your own color!