I-SOCKS STORE AT BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE MALAYSIA

Hello guys! Since I’ve been posting things about cosplay here in my blog, You can read them here and here if you haven’t read them yet. My sister and I discovered this really cool shop/store in Berjaya Times Square! Hence, The title of this blogpost, I-Socks in Berjaya Times Square is a super cool store if you’re into cosplaying or attending some masquerade dance or even any occasions that needs the power of costumes to actually makes the events or occasions more fun looking. You can even just Go and visit this store if you want to have just a simple play and dress-up with your friends!

cosplayisockstauyanmMe playing around their lovely headbands hahaha! What I like about this store is, They have this huge mirrors everywhere! can camwhore all day long Full body also can! haha Want this in my room also.
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 You can even buy Gorgeous collective dolls for a very cheap price! They even have huge one as tall as my 5 years old daughter. I think Alodia Gosiengfiao collects dolls like this one.cosplayisockstauyanm  Some parts of the Stores.cosplayisockstauyanm  Lovely maniquins! But scary in real life though,cosplayisockstauyanm  The hobbit, Harry potter or lord of the rings or what? hehecosplayisockstauyanm  Lovely colours here you see? Love all their shoes and boots too!Icosplayisockstauyanm  Of course some scary part of the store is there’s a lot of skulls and bones everywhere! Looks cool!cosplayisockstauyanm

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If you want to visit them, Above information’s can be very helpful to you guys. Going to Berjaya Times Square is very easy also. Berjaya Times Square is connected to the monorail. You can stop and go down the Imbi station and you’re already in Berjaya times square! Go the designated floors photo above and that’s the I-socks shop already. Hope you find this post useful if you’re planning on buying some cosplay or costumes in the future. Have a nice day everyone! God Bless all! x0x0 =)

I-Socks Facebook Page Not just sure if they’re still active on Fb.

I-Socks Website

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  • Crystal

    Hi everyone. I have a very IMPORTANT question:
    How is the quality of the I-Socks products? Especially the creepers?
    I’m the kind of person who likes my stuff to last, and since I’m about to take my one and probably only trip to KL, I really would like some advice on this!!!

    • Crystal

      Oh, also, can someone give me an idea of the prices? Example, how much would a T-shirt, long trousers and creepers outfit cost? The miney I have is in Swiss francs, a much stabler currency than the ringgit, so I’d like to change as little as possible.

      • i got no idea of the prices anymore. sad to say but I didn’t buy any shoes so I dont know if the shoes are good or not, although I can assure you that the clothings and accessories are really good!. What you can do is to visit the shop first, then choose the items you wanna buy, add up the prices and then change ur swiss money to ringgit. they have money changers in berjaya times square. also, if you dont fancy the quality of the shoes in I-socks, you can walk around berjaya, theres tons of them selling lots of shoes. Let me know if anything else.

        • Crystal

          Thank you so much for your reply and advice! It helped put my mind at little more at ease. I do have one more question: you mentioned that there are tonnes of shoe shops in Berjaya. Can you recommend me any that have goth/punk themes (if there are any)? Thanks in advance.

          • hi crystal, i wanted to help as much as I can do, but Its been like 3 years since i’ve been there, this post is the first time I’ve visited and went around the mall when we moved to KL before, honestly I can’t remember the whole place haha. I suggest you walk around berjaya time square. if you can’t find any, ride the train from berjaya i think the train there is Imbi then go to Pasar Seni and walk to chinatown/petaling street, you can find many shops there who sells costumes as well try to ask people, maybe you can find your shoes there, also while you’re in there, walk to lucky plaza they have some shops there selling gothic outfits last time i went there,

            • Crystal

              Oh, wow, 3 years is a long time! Thank you for digging in your memory to answer me. I’ll definitely keep all you’ve told me in mind, and I guess the rest will just be a jolly guns blazing kind of adventure! Thanks a lot!

              • goodluck dear! hope you can find what you need to find! =)

                • Crystal

                  Um, hello again. Just a little something you might like to add to your post: i-socks in Berjaya has closed down. I went there this morning, and they’ve put a notice on the door, something about relocating. I didn’t have time to check Petaling street or Lucky Plaza, but thank you again.

                  • sorry to hear that dear! I’ve never been there for so long! hence the blogpost was published years ago. Thanks for the update! That’s very helpful =)

    • i got no idea of the prices anymore. sad to say but I didn’t buy any shoes so I dont know if the shoes are good or not, although I can assure you that the clothings and accessories are really good!. What you can do is to visit the shop first, then choose the items you wanna buy, add up the prices and then change ur swiss money to ringgit. they have money changers in berjaya times square. also, if you dont fancy the quality of the shoes in I-socks, you can walk around berjaya, theres tons of them selling lots of shoes.

  • tsureishi

    This actually looks like a gothic shop in Harajuku! Haha! So fun!

  • interesting store indeed! while i don’t remmeber ever owning a Barbie doll, I am tempted to own those figurines. Malaysia is indeed fun to shop around. Keep sharing those great store finds!

  • Mahjakoto

    all hot clothes aaah 🙂

  • looks like a fun place to shop. i like the colorful boots and headbands, but i am not sure where i would wear them, especially for someone my age. you could also buy some stuff to decorate your room into a funky place. it would be fun.

  • i love those Dollfies!

  • Joann

    Cool store for parties and hot events. I like their boots!

  • The boots I love! Are they DM’s? 🙂

  • Geoffrey Ledesma

    I’ve only been to HK..lol Malaysia seems like a good choice for my next travel 🙂

  • MissApriil

    I suddenly missed Berjaya! This is where we stayed before, if I remember correctly there’s a hotel nearby.

  • Ooooh, the headbans are so cute! That store looks amazing, so many things you can buy!

  • Wow. too many thing to buy there! 😀
    I wish I can go there!
    Seeing your long hair made me miss having a long hair. :)))

  • Havent heard this one yet, but it’s quite similar to Comic Ali here in the Philippines. hahaha not that fan of costplay, so sorry if I got my comment in wrong way. 😉

  • ive heard Berjaya from my friends who is already there in Malaysia. OMG, they are viewers of cosplays here too in Philippines!

  • Waaaaaaaahhh I wanna go there! As in seriously!!!! I wanna buy their stuff! I love costumes and I like wearing them! hehehehe I wish I can go there to buy! the boots are nice but so are the corsets I spot from afar! xxx

  • MrsMartinez

    I love the head gears in your first few photos.

    xoxo
    MrsMartinez

  • If only something like this exists in Manila then I wouldn’t have a hard time thinking of a Halloween outfit… Haha! Thinking ahead! >_<

  • I love to see people cosplay, and i love cosplaying too! But never once tried it, because its either i dont have the right materials to make the costume or i dont have enough time. But anyway, that store is amazing! Love the boots! GaAhhh i wish thry had stores like that in my city.

  • Creepy but I like it! Ang cool ng products! <3

  • ooh, that store looks creepy. But I’m sure my sister will find it like a wonderland! She loves items like those. Not for my taste tho .

  • Hihi.. That’s Gollum from LOTR sis! My precious! Haha 😀 Anyway, I’d love to visit this shop when I go to Malaysia. I may not be cosplaying much now, but I’m still in the market for cute and unique finds. Btw, Alodia is collecting ball-jointed dolls from Japan called Dollfie. I’ve always wanted one for myself, but they’re crazy expensive! >.<