Clogs were the on-trend choice for Fall, but really, they're a classic. So, when you're shopping for a pair to wear with your '70s denim or your printed dresses and calf-length skirts, wouldn't you want a label that's not just in it for the trendy hype? I'd say a brand with over a century of experience in making beautifully crafted leather clogs is probably one to trust. Plus, Sanita's clog-craft doesn't stick to the basics; this Danish brand is about infusing the same anatomically correct fit and expertise into new styles, like the clog boot or lace-up version — a modern reimagination that doesn't lose the integrity of the original.
Every year the week before school started, my mother bought me a new pair of shoes. Because I love shoes, I've kept up the tradition all these years after graduation. My life involves a lot of walking, so as lovely as they look, high heels are not a staple for me. I have rounded up some comfy yet cute shoes to help you keep on the move in your daily life. Save the heels for evening!
I have been a fan of Dansko for years. Easy to kick off when I needed to demonstrate a Pilates exercise and perfect for standing at the counter prepping dinner, clogs have been my mainstay. But Dansko has expanded its footwear line to include boots, both knee and ankle heights, and flats. I'm liking the looks of these Penelope boots ($220). The low heel is a wedge for even more foot support.
I love clogs. Whether they have traditional hand-painted flowers on them or are cosmopolitan slick, like these Sanita Black Patent Leather Clogs ($115), which are the closest thing I've found to a super comfortable and cute shoe.
I know what you're thinking: They look like hospital shoes. But I saw a girl wearing these last weekend and thought they looked very functional chic. The bit of height and tread on the bottom prevent exposure and slippage in murky, icy waters and the patent leather makes them acceptable in fashion circles. You ask what kind of stylish shoe one can wear in a blizzard? Look no further.