I don’t think these are especially having a moment, to be frank—I didn’t find as many good specimens as I might have liked—but I do think clog sandals are pretty much evergreens by now. Sort of like platforms. This Rachel Comey pair is a splurge for sure, but is also about as refined-looking (and maybe even sexy?) as footwear in this particular category gets.
These are Dr Scholl’s, which makes me think they’d be really walkable, and I like their Doc-Marten-ish clunkiness.
I do love a good red sandal—it’s a quick and easy way to add excitement to kind of boring outfit.
These No. 6 sandals are so damn fresh in the white. I’m scared to ever go for white shoes because they’re so vulnerable to the ambient filth of city streets, but these are so good I might have to risk it.
These have a huarache-ish vibe that I like.
This pair from Kelsi Dagger is excellent on a couple of fronts, starting with those oversize crisscross straps, which feel very subdued-glam to me. But then also I like that that it’s been made with studs and not staples, which always looks bettere. They’re not left in a lot of sizes, but it’s worth checking to see if they’re available in yours. Also, they come in this rad cracked silver iteration.
A very different pair of crisscross-strap clog sandals that look so perfect (and comparatively un-clunky) in this pale pink.
And speaking of colors, this ribbed clog sandal from Beklina comes in more versatile hues, but this lavender is just the best.
And finally: I was on the fence about including this pair, but in the end I decided the hardware and rich brown make it really desirable.