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Every time a clog hits a runway, the fashion crowd goes wild. A relatively cozy option for footwear, clogs are a welcome addition to this season’s biggest trends. Whether you opt for streamlined leather, cozy winterized shearling linings, or supple suede clogs, you will want to get in on this retro vibe immediately. To that end, we’ve rounded up our 22 favorite pairs of clogs for women, some just debuted and are available for pre-order, others are reliable classics.
Ulla Johnson Platform Clog
Handcrafted in Brazil with a hand-hammered brass ring that was made in collaboration with artisan partners in Kenya, this elevated clog is one to be desired. Ulla Johnson’s versatile design comes with options: wear them with the ribbon detail for a feminine ballet feel or keep it simple with a leather ankle strap.
To buy: $425, ullajohnson.com
Brother Vellies Clogs
These sustainably made clogs are the responsible way to go. Crafted from hand woven raffia on a two-inch wooden base, they are a whole summer mood.
To buy: $595, brothervellies.com
Stella McCartney Vegan Suede Clog
These responsibly made clogs feature a vegan suede fabric and a sustainably sourced wood sole. Its block heel gives these faux suede clogs a vintage feel.
To buy: $895, Stella McCartney Soho, 212-255-1556
Isabel Marant Thalie Studded Clog
Slip-on clog shoes for women are a strong choice for those looking to hop on this trend. These bohemian-inspired cow and calfskin leather clogs for women will wear well with time and serve as a style staple in your closet for the foreseeable future.
To buy: $430, modaoperandi.com
Roger Vivier Crystal Buckle Leather Clogs
An immediate classic, these embellished clogs exude a ‘70s vibe. A beige wooden midsole with a rubber bottom for traction gives extra support to this marquis and emerald-cut crystal decorated shoe.
To buy: $1,150, matchesfashion.com
Toga Pulla Leather Clogs
These heavy-metal leather clogs are unlike any other. This black leather slip-on with silver hardware is for the hardcore crowd.
To buy: $425, farfetch.com
We knew the clog had officially arrived on the scene when this one stepped out on Hermès’ spring/summer 2021 runway. A calfskin mule that takes on this season’s favorite style, these are the leather clog shoes for women that the most fashionably dressed are sure to wear this year.
To buy: $990, hermes.com and at select stores
Lemaire Leather Clogs
A key footwear choice in Lemaire’s spring/summer 2021 collection, this slingback leather clog comes fully loaded. Crafted with a leather base and a lacquered wood heel, these clogs for women have a wide strap and a rubber base for comfort and security.
To buy: $990, lemaire.fr (available March 1)
Louis Vuitton Heeled Clogs
These puffy platform pumps are the high-heeled clogs of choice this year. Featuring the iconic Louis Vuitton print on a wide strap and a pointed toe, these clogs are highly coveted by those with the highest fashion acumen.
To buy: $1,330, louisvuitton.com and at select stores
Ancient Greek Sandals
This laser-cut leather clog with scalloped edges is spring break in a shoe. Handmade in Greece from a chemical-free leather, it comes with impeccable details like round mirrors, gold studs, and a ‘70s wooden frame.
To buy: $490, matchesfashion.com
Loeffler Randall Regina Clogs
This is the sandal solution for your clog compulsion this spring. A gingham upper offers a mod twist to an otherwise classic wooden sandal. Wear them with summer skirts or wide-leg jeans for a perfectly platformed look.
To buy: $295, modaoperandi.com
Les Bois Celine Clog
Here is a chunky yet light option for those that want the style without the weight. This 100% calfskin Celine silhouette in tan is sure to resonate with the understated cool crowd.
To buy: $920, celine.com
Simon Miller Low Raid Clogs
A very modern interpretation of the classic clog shoe for women, this goatskin leather and chunky rubber heel is one that stands out from the rest. A ‘60s palette meets ‘70s style is not for the faint of fashion.
To buy: $495, shopbop.com
Fabrizio Viti Floral Appliqué Clogs
If you are looking for a clog that will get you through the next few weeks of cold weather and into the warmer months, this cream shearling clog is the right choice for you. The lining will keep you cozy while the designer’s signature daisy appliqués give this tan-brown leather and wood clog a spring feel.
To buy: $670, matchesfashion.com
Veronica Beard Heeled Clogs
You are sure to see high-heeled mule clogs on the streets this spring. This mid-block heel option comes with a buckle-detail and stud embellishments.
To buy: $395, farfetch.com
Birkenstock Suede Clogs
In case you want to feel on trend but forego the extra height, Birkenstock offers a solid solution. Their suede clogs can be worn all year-round and long after the clog trend has passed.
To buy: $145, birkenstock.com
The toe strap on these Swedish Hasbeens offers a modern twist on the traditional clog. Wear these open-toed, cowhide leather sandals with wide-leg denim for a retro look this year.
To buy: $290, shopbop.com
Louis Vuitton Winterbreak Clogs
These “winterbreak” clogs for women can be worn long past the fall season. Given that some of 2021 might still be spent indoors, these should be your go to for at-home or on-the-go wear.
To buy: $1,330, louisvuitton.com
Rachel Comey Suede Clogs
Suede clogs are quite possibly the most comfortable yet luxurious way to get in on this trend. These Rachel Comey round-toed shoes are imported from Peru and feature a cushioned leather insole for long-term wear.
To buy: $450, shopbop.com
Prada Logo Clogs
Get ready for summertime with this Prada logo’d clog shoe for women. This white and gold sandal is sure to get you in the mood for sunny days. Already sold out, it is coming back in stock soon. Get in line for the next drop.
To buy: available for pre-order on farfetch.com
Nicole Saldaña Clog Sandals
These clog sandals are handmade in Peru. A thick front strap keeps them comfortably in place while the mid-block heel offers ample lift without the unease that often comes with greater heights.
To buy: $333, farfetch.com
Shekudo Basija Clog
With a hand-carved wooden heel and Aso Oke weave cotton lining, Shekudo’s basija clogs are chic and each pair is made to order.
To buy: $290, shekudo.com