Seeing as how we’re all spending so much time indoors lately, a pair of these feels pretty essential; this splurgy moc clog from Jenni Kayne has been on my mind for a while now, because it’s so great-looking, and you can wear it outside as well as in.
I like that these have a wallabee-ish vibe.
I own this Birkenstock slipper and adore it—it’s comfortable, of course, but also deeply warm, and it comes in several good colors.
Both the pop of orange and leopard print on this pair from Sorel are loud in the best possible way.
So tempted by this sneaker-ish pair from Vans.
This streamlined pair looks like something astronauts would wear in space, and I’m always a sucker for grey and yellow together (if you are not, however, they do come in a few other colorways).
These wool clogs are appealingly preppy.
Just a well-priced fleece number from Madewell.
The slate blue hue here is really good.
These Allbirds loungers are rather spiff, don’t you think?
Here’s a dirt cheap pair from Uniqlo.
These are made by Tempur-Pedic—I wasn’t aware they were in the footwear racket—so I think they must be pretty comfortable.
You can’t go too far wrong with a classic pair of Minnetonkas.
This Rag& Bone version isn’t cheap—at all—but it is rather chic, and comes in several good colors.
I like that these cashmere slippers are compact enough to travel with.
My friend Tally introduced me to Glerups, which she swears by, and since she lives in Canada and knows what cold is, I trust that they are very warm.
And finally: I like the stud details on this chic Veronica Beard mule.