Godiya Print Socks
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana.
"Godiya" is a Hausa slang word meaning “giving thanks” and expressing a feeling of deep gratitude and appreciation. The Hausa language is spoken throughout Northern Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast, and Niger.
This design was inspired by Mudcloth, a traditional pattern, which originated with Bambara people who live in Mali, as well as Guinea, Burkina Faso, and Senegal.
The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan..
Why its on The Cornrow?
We love the vibe of these socks. The prints are fab, as is the quality. Dress up your ankles with these socks, they look great poking out the bottom of jeans or more formalwear. Is it too early to say they are the perfect Christmas stocking filler??
Designed in Ghana we love supporting this brand.