Who is Bresciani?
Bresciani is an Italian house which was founded in 1970. The family business strives to be bold and daring, and its range is always up to date with current trends. Bresciani has worked with some of the biggest clothing brands for quite some time.

Bresciani’s range of socks are made from the finest fabrics with elegant and stylish patterns.

Why should I wear Bresciani socks?
Wearing a pair of Bresciani socks means adding a touch of Italian elegance to your look! Succumb to a pair of ribbed Cotton Lisle or wool knee-highs with perhaps a Houndstooth pattern. During the winter months, why not try a pair of the Norwegian wool socks and be at the very height of fashion.

You will also find a large number of ribbed or striped socks. We are particularly fond of these socks as they are very easy to wear and can be easily combined with other colours, for a discreet or bolder look. What’s more, they can be worn inside out, making getting dressed all the more fun.

Bresciani has always invested resources to provide its consumers with the best product in terms of quality, style and comfort, but has always believed that the basis of production must be the protection of the environment and the health of the final consumer, especially for products that have direct contact with the skin, such as socks and underwear.


But this was not enough for our standard of ​​control and safety, so the company took a further step and applied for the OEKO-TEX® certificate.

) to give a further guarantee of control not only yarns, but of all production processes and components used during all the production phases.

— Therefore the 100% made in Spirano production guarantees the protection of all workers involved in the processes, the selection of yarn suppliers ensures the wellbeing of the final consumer and the whole is further certified by OEKO-TEX®, for the complete safety and peace of mind of the final consumer and environmental protection.

The philosophy of Bresciani 1970 is basically based on two words: quality and comfort. All of our collections are developed following these two guiding principles. It all starts with the selection of the best and exclusive raw materials available on the market, which takes place through continuous research and experimentation. The production is developed with “old-fashioned” methods, supported by the best and most up-to-date technology. 12 manual steps finish and pack the product carefully, making each piece unique.


— 12 manual production phases are needed to create the finished product, each of which also constitutes a further quality control, as it is carried out by highly specialized workers with years of experience.

All this takes place at our headquarters in Spirano, in the province of Bergamo, to guarantee not only 100% made in Italy, but also strict control of the supply chain and production processes.

— It is worth mentioning that all our products not only comply with the European Reach legislation for the protection of the health of the final consumer, but the company wanted to go a step further, obtaining the Oeko-Tex certificate, as a guarantee to its consumers.