We have hacks for everything these days, whether it's how to ripen an avocado, how to protect your iPhone charger or even how to clean your oven door with a dishwasher tablet. As a result, we're savvier, more efficient and just a little bit smug.
Still, one common nuisance - finding the right socks to go with certain shoes - had since evaded such a hack. Until now.
Asos has sent part of the Internet into meltdown by sharing their hack for turning normal over-the-ankle socks into "no-show" ones, posting a tutorial to their Instagram account this week, writing "Fashion hack alert. caught out with the wrong socks? Try this".
It's a fact universally acknowledged that some socks just don't go with some shoes, and many of us will have been caught out in this way, having to choose between donning the offending socks or going without them entirely - ouch.
The video shows a model wearing bright neon pink socks, to be paired with a pair of silver loafers. Rolling the sock down to the toes, she pulls the sock backwards under the foot and over her heel, creating a neon pink pop-sock.
Lo and behold, when she slips on her loafer, there isn't a trace of sock to be seen!
Unsurprisingly, minds were blown. "This is revolutionary", one person wrote under the post, while another said "lifehack level 1000".
The hack is certainly an inventive one, but how practical would it be? As some people noted, it's more likely to simply slip off again once the model starts walking.
"There is no way your socks are not going to slip down into your shoe", one person wrote, while more were concerned with the covering up of the socks, which most agreed were adorable.
"That sock is coming off on the first step. It woulda been a look if they kept the socks the way they were", one wrote.
If you've invested in a load of chic trainers and fluttering skirts this summer, or just want to let your ankles breathe, give the hack a go. Just don't plan on breaking in any shoes with this pop-sock situation.