Rihanna's 'Thottie Or Nice' Sock Line Is The Holiday Collection You Never Knew You Needed
The season of shopping has officially begun, which means the hunt for the perfect gift is on. Thankfully, Rihanna is making it a heck of a lot easier for all of us. The singer teamed up with sock brand Stance Muse to create Thottie Or Nice Socks that are already being deemed the gift of the season. You'll have to act fast though, because you're not the only one who is obsessed with the holiday pun.
Though Rihanna released a bunch of sock styles with Stance, it didn't take long for people to deem the Thottie Or Not Socks the must-have item of the entire collection. The accessories are your typical athletic socks with the words "thottie" on one side and "or nice" on the other, which is a play on the traditional "naughty or nice" slogan of the holidays,.
There is a white and red pair and a monochromatic red pair, both of which have gothic type on them and are $14 each. As of Nov. 8, both colors are sold out in size large, leaving only small (sizes 5 to 7.5) and medium (8 to 10.5) up for grabs.
There are three other sock styles in the collection to get hype for, too. One is a more traditional sock with the words "Fenty" on them, if you're looking to keep it classic. Another is Rihanna's quirky, go-to stick drawing of herself with a glass of wine in her hand. The last, and definitely the most unconventional, is a pair of thigh-high socks with stripes and faux fur on the top.
All are currently in stock on the Stance website. You can also stock up on some of her past creations for the brand at the same time. What a time to be alive.
Fans have already taken to Twitter to deem the Rihanna x Stance socks as the must-have holiday product of the season. Bottom line: They're selling fast and there's no telling whether they'll be restocked before the holidays.
Here's what people have to say about the sock collection, because their responses say it better than I could ever.
Thank u Rihanna for this years holiday slogan: thottie or nice, what a refreshing twist— X♡CHITL (@xochitlsocheel) November 6, 2017
The Queen of Holidays has spoken, and you can never un-hear the phrase.
I’m making my #FENTYxPUMA list and I’m checking it twice, I’m gonna find out who’s really thottie or nice.— Int'l. Stampede 🚀🇳🇬 (@MikeSilvado) November 8, 2017
Okay, I see what you did there. Let the season of thottie puns begin!
are you thottie or nice— Leanne Krautheim (@laaaanta) November 6, 2017
The people have weighed in, and it looks like they're mostly thottie.
thottie or nice.. rihanna really is the gift that keeps on giving— edgar allans hoe (@alcohottie) November 8, 2017
Honestly, it really doesn't get much better than this. You never know what she'll come up with next, but you know it's going to be great.
Rihanna is coming out with Christmas socks that say Thottie or Nice pic.twitter.com/S6OrWUf5I9— ju (@Julia_Hanley) November 6, 2017
Not just a good gift — it's THE best gift. Whether you're thottie, nice, or somewhere in the middle, this is the perfect item.
Tears of joy. And hilarity. And genius. RiRi brings all the feels.
Finding any reason to buy these thottie or nice Rihanna socks.— ☔️ (@moneykafh0es) November 7, 2017
There's no better excuse for shopping than a really good pun, in my opinion.
thottie or nice sjdhsiajxsjdjslcbzsl I swear Rihanna is the world's most precious resource pic.twitter.com/wHSx7InvzE— Erin (@earinncolon) November 7, 2017
We're really not worthy of Rihanna. She brings all the best accessories, no matter who she's partnering with.
The fact that Rihanna really has me considering “thottie or nice” socks. I’m really just a pawn at this point 🤦🏾♀️ https://t.co/nDw7pE3SHx— Cherise M. (@ChicReese) November 6, 2017
It doesn't even matter what Rihanna creates, just sign me up for all of them.
There are almost no negative comments about this collection on Twitter, which is pretty darn mind blowing. It seems like Rihanna can do no wrong.
While the socks might not be accessories you'll want to wear at the family holiday party, they're definitely one to put on your wish list. Because the more holiday puns, the better.