20% off Bombas Socks!

Hurry up… grab 20% off the greatest socks you’ll ever wear! Perfect for Spring & Summer, and Bombas socks are honestly the best & most comfortable I’ve ever owned, and they look great too. Plus, for every pair bought, they donate a pair to homeless shelters. Almost 3 million pairs donated to date! 

Just use this special link to claim your 20% off,

http://refer.bombas.com/x/6SqyTZ
or use the code TK-C5EC8669 at checkout over at bombas.com

They genuinely are the best socks I’ve ever used, the most comfortable and come in loads of cool styles & colours for work and play. Their new dress socks are awesome!


One of the things I love about Bombas is that since socks are the number 1 most-requested clothing item in homeless shelters, so for every pair of socks purchased, they donate one pair to the homeless. So far, they’ve donated almost 3 million pairs of the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. Huzzah!

Just use the link below for your 20% off, or use the code TK-C5EC8669 at checkout over at bombas.com 🙂
Head to refer.bombas.com/x/6SqyTZ right now to claim this amazing discount!

Philanthropic socks, made with love, by BOMBAS. 

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Soriko: modern and vintage-inspired jewellery & accessories

Soriko is an eclectic mix of modern and vintage-inspired jewellery & accessories.

From the Soriko website:

“There is something personal, charming and really quite irresistable about handmade jewellery and this is at the heart of what Soriko is all about. Jewellery doesn’t have to be just about accessorizing an outfit – in fact I find jewellery can be a real pick-me-up (both the making and the wearing!) Jewellery can make you feel so many things: it can take you back to a childhood memory or make you hopeful of the future; it can make you feel sexy and confident and; it can make you smile and giggle with glee. With handmade jewellery you also get that little something extra: a piece that is unique, full of character and made with the utmost care.” For more, visit:

www.sorikoblog.blogspot.com