Clogs, clogs, clogs. If you’re already tired of the word, you best buck up. Because this trend is sure to be around for another couple seasons, and we’re pretty giddy ourselves that the “clunky” wooden shoe is now back in the spotlight. In our second series for our newest Seychelles styles, the “Care to Dance” (is no doubt a funny name for a shoe that you wouldn’t associate with groovin’ and dancin’ the night away) is helping to add to all the clog styles you might see clogging up the shelf. We were selective though, and only chose a select few clog styles to sell, and this one made the shelf because of its cute lil’ knot details and its tapered heel. The heel might seem intimidating, but that’s only because you forget about the built-in platform. The built-in platform helps the 4″ tapered heel in balance and structure. Fairly simple in its design, “Care to Dance” only adds a few knots for detail and leaves the rest to the shape of the shoe. A clog is a clog, and you can try to dress it up all you want, but going back to basics means sticking with that wooden heel and half foot coverage. Typical to Seychelles’ price point, the clog is only $105, totally reasonable and totally back on track with the clog trend. Don’t count out the clog yet folks.