haven't tried your suggested approach, but i do have some small amount of experience with VB socks.
since i don't like wet feet, i wear VB socks while hiking in the rain. however, depending upon how long i hike, they still get wet - from perspiration.
since you're talking around camp wear and not hiking, you will experience less sweating of the feet, i would imagine. i'm guessing that it will also take longer for your footwear to dry out just wearing them around camp, rather than hiking, since less heat is being produced. again, just an assumption on my part - haven't done a "side-by-side" experiment.
if, as you suggest/ask, you wore them in camp for a long enough period of time, then you might want another pair of socks for sleeping, since these dry and warm camp socks will be somewhat sweat-soaked by "turn-in" time. or, you'll just take off the VB socks in warmer weather and dry out the camp socks while sleeping.
does any of this make any sense to anyone?