So you’re probably think, why in the world would we get in stock at this point in the season a clog boot? But, let us tell you, this just isn’t any kind of clog boot. No siree, the “Grandma” clog boot is anything but typical, and we believe you should always carry untypical shoes in stock, no matter the season or temperature outside. The “Grandma” clog boot comes with the typical wooden Swedish heel as well as a small platform and we got in stock a cute, summery orange-nude color with sharp contrasting black laces–bold, we know. Made with real leather, the boot is complete with a cute pull tab and the hand stapling detail, all together it’s $345, which is why, this boot might not be for your Grandma, or rather maybe it can be for your Grandma if in the end it’s a gift for you. . . Grandmas are always tops in our book, and so are clog boots, it makes no different the season.
Our last couple Swedish Hasbeens selection arrived, and we couldn’t be move in love with the cute, new “Mimmi”. With the traditional Hasbeens high heel and the perforated leather, so feet can breathe easy in the upcoming season, the Mimmi gives the wooden clog, a cutesy, adorable flair, something the clog could use every now and again. Top off the clog with a lil’ leather bow, and we’re feelin’ the cute side of this clog for only $230. We’re so happy to have the Hasbeens on the shelves this season!
After introducing the Sanita brand into our selection last Fall, we couldn’t stop there and decided to keep ‘em coming for Spring, so we chose carefully. And we chose the “Magda.” My absolute favorite part of the sandal: the studs. These flowering studs give something special to this clog, and is different from the typical “hand-stapled” design. It’s still hand-made clog, but looks a lil’ more polished. The soft black leather is layered in a center tri-fold giving the design a geometric look. Pair it with tights until we make it to the hot season when you can slip these on short shorts. And for a Sanita sandal, $165 isn’t a price to pass up for clog cuteness.
Carrying on with our salute to Swedish Hasbeens this week, we have the Braided Sky High in navy. (Note: Picture above is the regular braided clog. The sky high adds another inch to the heel.) Still has all the same awesome qualities we shared before about Hasbeens: natural wood, putting the “cool” in “clunky”, and goes well with any upcoming spring/summer outfit. We go ga-ga over anything braided too (you might remember a similar Sven style last summer that encompassed with design). Plus, all Hasbeens have got real leather and hand-made qualities goin’ on. As we said last time, this ain’t no real Hasbeen, because this brand is so right now!
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Our last Sanita pair for the season has arrived. The “Theadora” combines all good shoe design elements: One, the oxford. Two, the clog. The super soft leather in a stone color looks rich against the dark wooden sole, and for only $145, the detail of the studs and lace-up make the shoe pre-tay pre-tay unique. Want to pair it with tights? Do it. Want to slip it on with jeans? Done. The best part to Sanita’s brand, seriously put it with anything, and it will just go. We dare you to find something the brand can’t pair with. . . now that you’ve seen all our styles, do you have a fav? Tell us!
Now this last Sanita style (just for this week, don’t worry, if have one more comin’ in the near future. . .) has goin’ co0-coo for clog boots. This beautiful rusty-color (note: in person it is more rusty red than rusty brown) boot takes leather to the MAX–and we love it. The full leather shaft gives the “Trinette” boot something to call its own. Never have we seen a clog boot in this color and in so much fine leather material. Just doesn’t happen, so we had to get it for the store. It’s simple just like Sanita does it right with the leather stapled to the wooden sole, the craft alone on this boot makes you want to spend the $275 to call it your own. Think of it: with tights, with dark denim, with a chunky big sweater, just think, of it as yours. We’re completely 100% for this boot. And for Sanita as always.
Well, we’re veryyyy happy to announce that our full Sanita shipment has been sent and has finally finally arrived! Our new clog brand for the season, it holds up to only the most traditional Danish standards (while the shoes are actually made in Poland) and to timeless quality for a shoemaker. One of the first, original clog makers, originating in the early 1900s, Sanita clogs are something all together special. For instance, for every tree they use to make their classic wooden soles and heels, they will replant another one. Now there’s a brand that’s eco-conscious.
All week long we’re going to feature our new Sanita styles, and first up, is the Adea boot. A rich black suede and leather combo, the boot has a comfortable slouchy feel around the calf and a leather bow-tie to top it off (note: it’s not a drawstring). For such high quality and boot perfection, the $225 price tag, is completely worth it. It’s the first of many clog boots to come this week!
We’re starting off the fall season, by introducing a brand new brand to our store shelves: Sanita. It’s the one and only, “original Danish clog.” Since 1907, the clog company has been making their clogs BY HAND. No joke. We only pick the best in clogs, so we decided to go with the craftmaster of ‘em all. With a handful of styles coming in for the upcoming season, we’ve just already received the “Tanya” style. In the dark brown color and for $115, the clog gives any lady that extra height without being flashy. As a helpful note: the clogs only come in whole sizes and they’re running small. So if you’re a half size, we recommend going up not once but twice to the next whole size. The leather is hand stapled to the flawless wood on this style, and we’re already getting a good response to our first style for this new season’s brand!
Here’s a heeled clog that will make your head spin: Rachel Comey’s “Badger.” Rachel Comey, a girl known for solid crafted shoes with premium leather and hand-made qualities, has taken the clog to a new level doing what she does best: leather and wood. Made in Peru (you know its a solid shoe when it comes from South America), the “Badger” is bound to make you think twice about shoe design. Witha 4″ wooden heel and 2″ platform, the single braided detail starts from the inside of the toe, travels up the foot, and ends at the ankle. Combine this soft leather with the height, and you’re wearing a very powerful, show-stopping shoe. And in two colors of a rich cinnamon and deep dark black, you can expect a larger price for this premium, larger than life clog. Don’t faint with this price: $420, if you’ve ever had a Rachel Comey shoe, you understand, and if you haven’t yet had the chance, then come by the store and see for yourself why this shoe designer stands alone on the quality level. Stop by and see why Rachel Comey is so revered and coveted everywhere.
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.