Last night, Kimberly Noel Kardashian West posted a Snapchat. In it, she displayed a pair of socks. They were North's socks — or so she said. But we were skeptical.
After closer examination, we had more questions than answers. And so we decided to put our investigative journalism skills to the test. *Sips black coffee, cracks knuckles.*
The socks, above, appear to be normal-sized — that is to say, not designed for children. Note the small but distinct embroidered patch; it reveals a critical clue. That logo belongs to Stance, sock purveyor and frequent Rihanna collaborator.
By contrast, Stance's children's line of socks retail for $12 a pair. We gather that while Kim never *explicitly* stated that Nori wore the socks, doing so would be a physical impossibility.
Lil' Northie, a girl aged just 4 years, has a foot that, when cloaked with an adult-size sock, would create a situation so ill-fitting, her mother's short-lived marriage to Kris "Large Man Child" Humphries would pale in comparison.
While these socks may be meant for Nori *one day,* that day is not today. But sometimes you just want to make sure your husband's line "Pink fur, got Nori dressin' like Cam" maintains its relevance; we get it.
In conclusion, while these socks may one day be worn by North "No Middle Name" West, she has yet to stick her tootsies in them, according to our tireless investigative efforts.
(Photos from left: JaX / Splash News, Djamilla Rosa Cochran/WireImage)
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