Last Updated on May 22, 2023
We really love ugly shoes right now, don’t we?
These classic shoes have been appearing on the feet of the world’s most stylish women lately, including Kendall Jenner, Rosamund Pike and Rihanna, as well as on the Fendi, Ports 1961, Ferragamo, JW Anderson and Balenciaga runways – surefire signs of a trend that’s about to become massive.
The return of the clog comes as searches for 70s fashion surge, with huge aviator sunglasses and cowboy boots among the retro pieces that are proving super popular right now. We might just have the Amazon Prime series Daisy Jones & the Six to thank for that.
Which brand is best for clogs?
High fashion brands like Chloé, JW Anderson and Bottega Veneta have all dropped their own iterations of clogs this year, and as you’d expect, they’re all gorgeous. But we can’t ignore what the high street offers as well.
Swedish Hasbeens has a selection of killer clogs (their speciality), and one of the reigning brands for clogs has to be Birkenstock. Whether you prefer the luxurious feel of suede or the durability of leather, you should give the Birkenstock Boston a go.
Is it OK to wear clogs?
Clogs are more than OK to wear, especially in 2023.
These versatile and stylish shoes are über comfortable, casual and classic, and their easy slip-on and slip-off design makes them ideal for people on the go.
With a variety of materials and designs available, from classic leather to modern patterns, finding a pair that matches your personal style is easy.
Do women still wear clogs?
Of course! Women are still wearing clogs, and they’ve made a fashionable comeback in recent years. These shoes were a 70s staple, but now they’re available in a variety of styles and price points to suit every taste and budget.
Clogs are not just stylish but also practical, providing comfort for all-day wear. Celebrities and fashion influencers have embraced this retro footwear trend, indicating that clogs are here to stay.
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Boston clogs, £125, Birkenstock – buy now
Sheepskin clogs with fur-effect lining, £59.99, Mango – buy now
Studded Leather Wooden Deco Clogs, £110, & Other Stories – buy now
Hayle Wooden Leather Clog, £120, Jigsaw – Buy now
Studded Leather Clog, £89.99, Mango – Buy now
Low Wooden Sole Clogs, now £81, Arket – Buy now
Studded leather clog, £89.99, Mango – buy now
Buckle leather clog, £79.99, Mango – buy now
Patent-leather Clogs, £140, Figure Decorative – buy now
Snaffle Trim Heeled Clogs, £110, Boden – buy now
Gabine Studded Leather Clogs in Chalk, £129, Charles & Keith – buy now
Woven-panelled Clog Sandals, £301, Buttero – buy now
Studded Suede Wooden Clogs, £85, & Other Stories – buy now
Wooden Sole Clogs, £135, Arket – buy now
Open Toe Wooden Sole Clogs, £125, Arket – buy now
Flat Clogs With Track Soles, £49.99, Zara – buy now
Split Suede Clogs With Buckle, £49.99, Zara – buy now
Stud-embellished Leather Clogs, £425, Isabel Marant – buy now
Goldenstar Suede Flatform Clogs, £191, UGG – buy now
Zoe square-toe Clogs, £251, Eckhaus Latta – buy now
Split Suede Studded Clogs, £49.99, Zara – buy now
Suede 45mm Clog Mules, £707, Chloé – buy now
Prada Shearling Trim Clogs, £950, Prada – buy now