Clogs seem like classics to me at this point, but they’re also having a bit of a moment this season, and I found a lot of cute ones to share with you, starting with this pleasingly clunky Rachel Comey pair.
Ancient Greek Sandals, a brand I like for summer footwear, has just introduced clogs, and I really, really like this laser-cut pair.
A grey suede pair like these are just about as versatile as black, and somehow much cooler.
I’m a huge fan of the California-based commerce site Beklina, and they make the best ribbed clogs. The dark wine hue on these is just divine, but they come in several other good (and unexpected) colors as well.
I’ve been seeing this puffy vegan pair in fashion editorials lately, and I have to say that they are growing on me. I’ll also bet that they’re deeply comfortable.
Another pair from Ancient Greek Sandals, with their trademark wing on the buckle, which is a cute touch. I also like that they have studs and not staples.
A nice low pair for lounging about.
The buff hue here is just about perfect.
How delightful (and delightfully chic) is this daisy-strewn pair?
These are from Dansko, and they currently appeal because the sole isn’t wood, which makes them more flexible.
A pink snakeskin pair from Rachel Comey that I’m having to sit on my hands to keep from ordering.
These take me right back to high school, and the scary girls who used to sneak smokes in the parking lot.
These are so polished they’re practically office-worthy—when we go to offices again—but also subdued enough to work with jeans.
I dig the knotted detail on this Loeffler Randall pair.
Not only do these have studs, which I always prefer, but they also have a really cute, retroish heel.
And why not a zebra-striped pair, I ask you?
The notches on this J. Crew pair are pretty spiff.
And finally, I bring you No 6 wedge clogs, which are high enough to make you satisfyingly taller, but low enough to be truly walkable.