If the Clog Fits Wear it

17 Feb

Go Dutch with Clogs

Traditionally, clogs have been associated with granola-loving hippies more than trendy models. Except for recent months with modern versions of the clog showing up on fashion runaways like the high-heeled clogs of Chanel and the white leather clogs of the Joe Fresh 2010 collection.

The slip on shoe has also made an appearance on the cover of Vogue UK worn by model turned TV personality, Alexa Chung. Celebrities like Ashley Olsen and 90210 star Shenae Grimes have both been spotted in the rediscovered trend.

How to Wear Clogs

If you like the style, you may want to tread lightly. Some clogs may leave a lasting impression that you’re not looking for. If you choose a platform heeled clog, you need to maintain your balance which may result in sore toe muscles from gripping onto a rigid wooden sole.

The best way to wear clogs is by going barefoot for extra grip. For more support, check out a pair of chunky heeled clogs with a backstrap to hold your foot in place. If you’re a fan of UGG boots, slip into a pair of UGG clogs like Rachel Bilson who teams them up with a jacket and ripped jeans.

Although you may be tempted to wear your clogs with any outfit, the shoe works best with casual wear. Match the runway version of the clog with separates like straight pants or skirts, and pray for a soft landing. Click here to see the must have clogs for spring!

All Season Clogs

Just because the winter is coming, don’t think you have to give up your clogs. The fashion brands know a big trend when they see one like UGG who has come up with a winter version of the clog.

ย The cold season clogย ย is made of suede leather while the insole is lined in ultra-soft sheepskin.


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