Clogs Are Trending — Shop the V Edit
If the shoe fits...
If the shoe fits...
Text: Trishna Rikhy
It’s out with the old, in with the shoe. That is, the clog shoes, of course.
The iconic Netherlandish footwear style is re-entering the mainstream; in a time where platform shoes are all the rage and loafers and mules are entering their golden age, of course it makes sense to combine the two. Clogs have it all: the comfort, the style, the boosting sole, the sleek, chic rounded toe.
Versatile enough for the office or the ‘Gram, clogs aren’t going anywhere for a while. But if you haven’t got your hands on a perfect pair yet, don’t fret; below, V Magazine’s edits of the best clogs to shop this season, for any occasion.
For A Classic Clog
When it comes to a classic approach on the clog, you can’t go wrong with Khaite’s Lucca Clog. Leather fuses with carved wood and brass studs for a simple, elevated approach to the shoe, impeccably crafted and luxuriously interpreted. Pair it with jeans, a dress, even slacks, and you’re good to go.
Shop the Lucca Clog by Khaite for $1,160 here.
For A Sandal-esque Clog
Here’s the thing about clogs: they can basically be fused with any other style of shoe to make something unique and edgy. Positively Conscious proves that with their Ancient Greek Sandals, bringing together chestnut brown leather with gold hardware and a wooden platform sole—classic clog structure—with a slingback strap around the ankle. If the ancient Greeks had these, you can bet sandals would have never come to power.
Shop the Ancient Greek Sandals by Positively Conscious for $382 here.
For A Clog With A Lift
If the platform sole isn’t elevated (literally) enough for you, fear not. Stella McCartney’s Daisy Heeled Clogs combine a good ol’ heel with a clog, with an edgy pointed toe rather than round. With a faux leather footbed, rubber block heel, suede lining and gold rivets, these clogs are the lift you need.
Shop the Daisy Heeled Clogs by Stella McCartney for $895 here.
For A Streetwear Clog
If clogs are back, you can bet they’re back in black. These avant garde Boccaccio II Clogs by Rombaut fuse the edgy world of street style and All Black Everything with a classic faux-leather slip on style. With perforated detailing and a sculptural rubber midsole, these are basically the glass slipper of, say, Kanye.
Shop the Boccaccio II Clogs by Rombaut for $390 here.
For A Chic and Sleek Clog
For the gold-toned accessory girls out there, Celine’s Les Bois Celine Clog in calfskin is the perfect shoe. These chunky shoes are detailed with dainty gold accessories, a Celine signature accessorizing the basswood heel and hand-painted sole. Crafted with luxury and care, these are a decadent spin on the classic clog.
Shop the Les Bois Celine Clog by Celine for $920 here.
For A Funky Clog
So, you want a clog, but you also want them to make a bold statement. Acne Studios has you covered with the Studded Fur Mules. A cross between mules, clogs and the foot of a cow, these unique shoes feature clog-classic stud details and a round toe, with a metal logo plaque on each side. Seriously, these clogs are unlike any other.
Shop the Studded Fur Mules by Acne Studios for $650 here.
For A Minimalistic Cool-Girl Clog
If your clogs want to ditch the studs and take an alligator-embossed leather approach, no accessories needed, Bottega Veneta’s Wedge Clogs are a must-have. Thick heels in a slide style merge with these loafer mule clogs, merging the best of every shoe style into one. These are the clogs of the 21st century.
Shop the Wedge Clogs by Bottega Veneta for $1150 here.
For A Playful Clog
It really is true that Crocs make a shoe for every occasion. For clogs to run around the city and do errands in, perhaps a rubber sole is better than a wooden one, which is why the Classic Bae Clog certainly makes the edit. This hard to miss style is a reinterpretation of clogs by Crocs, with a super-contoured outsole that structures the shoe, plus a customizable backstrap for the clogs to be truly yours.
Shop the Classic Bae Clog by Crocs for $60 here.