Rosie Sugden cashmere bed socks gift box


This exclusive gift box of Rosie Sugden cashmere bed socks in pastel shades is the perfect gift idea and sure to bring years of cosy pleasure



Rosie Sugden cashmere bed socks gift box

Bedtime can’t come soon enough when there’s a pair of these heavenly bed socks waiting to ward off those chilly nights! Made in a family run mill in the Scottish Borders, these sumptuously soft cashmere socks are a real treat for your feet. Each pair has been individually hand linked at the toe, to ensure ultimate comfort and fit, and are also knitted with a small percentage of nylon to facilitate elongated wear.

cashmere bed socks gift box

Exclusive to Fortnum & Mason, this pastel gift box contains three pairs of socks, in cream, pink and spearmint.

One size, UK 4-7.

Gift box also available in Classic colours (red, navy and grey)

Rosie Sugden cashmere bed socks are also available to buy in individual pairs in the following colours:

Available in 5 colours:






About Rosie Sugden

British based designer Rosie Sugden founded her eponymous label in 2011. Her accessories line combines her idiosyncratic take on contemporary design with the inherent natural beauty of Scottish Cashmere. All brought out through extraordinary craftsmanship.

Her designs are hugely influenced by her surroundings, like the rolling hills of Scotland where she is based.. These aspects of art, fashion, and culture are reflected in each individual Rosie Sugden collection and we hope you will get as much pleasure in owning and wearing these unique designs, as Rosie has had in creating them.

The Philosophy

The emphasis is on creating long-lasting products as an antidote to the throw away clothing mentality and in support of British manufacturing industry. Therefore all the cashmere is made in Scotland.

Product story

All our products are made from 2ply woollen spun Scottish yarn. The fibre used is 100% Chinese raw material from the upper grasslands of Alashan in Inner Mongolia. Each spring in April the fibre is combed from the goats before being sorted, washed and de-haired. Then it begins the long journey to the Highlands of Scotland where it is dyed and spun in a 200 year old mill. Material is always dyed in open fibre form, ensuring the softest of handle, brightest hue and longevity of the product; the true hallmarks of Scottish cashmere. These products are built to last.