"15 Ways to Rock Metallic Glitz for Day: With Vogue’s roundup of the best metallic pieces to buy now, shimmering into spring just got that much easier."
Who What Wear
"Cozy socks to keep our tootsies warm as we shuffle around the house are a must."
The Zoe Report
"The "Half-Dressed" Rule To Try With Your Favorite Sweatpants"
"Stylish Socks That Will Immediately Elevate Any Outfit: Athletic socks get an upgrade. I wear this sparkly lurex pair from Elizabeth Reid whenever I need an extra pep in my step."
"Mother's Day Gifts For Any Budget: Your mom will love wearing these luxurious retro socks, whether she's padding around the house or dashing off to her next adventure. Several colors are available, each with a silicone liner on the heel to prevent slippage. Gift cards are available if you think Mom would prefer to choose her own."
"Fashion is stepping lively as couture-style socks make a major leap from runway to the streets – the hottest signature accessory in seasons. With the launch of Elizabeth Reid Collection at elizabeth-reid.com, freedom of expression travels effortlessly to the legs and feet. Designed in New York and crafted in Europe, luxe, sensual yarns, imported from Italy and Portugal, are fashioned into dress and sporty looks offering high-profile style with day-to-night comfort."
"Elizabeth Reid is an entrepreneur who recently launched Elizabeth Reid Collection, a luxurious assortment of fashionable socks that are designed in New York and made in Europe with materials sourced from Italy and Portugal. Over the course of two decades, Reid helped to build brands such as Valentino—where she opened the West Coast office, Clarins, and Mulberry. Reid is a native New Yorker, who graduated from NYU with a degree in Fine Arts."
Town & Country
"I will never refuse a good pair of socks! I been loving the pairs from Elizabeth Reid lately and would be thrilled if I found these sporty lurex ones in my stocking." —MaryKate Boylan, Fashion Market Editor
New York Magazine
"Speaking of shimmer, we love this green Lurex pair from Elizabeth Reid, which we could imagine wearing with some heels this fall."
The Wall Street Journal
"Holiday Dressing for a Very Weird Festive Season"