This Brand Just Made the Quintessential “Ugly” Shoe Pretty—Thoughts?

As much as I’d like to be the kind of woman who tends to her garden in clogs and a sunhat on the weekends, I can’t exactly say I’m at that point in my life. But a girl can dream, right? Well, whether you have green-thumb fantasies like myself or not, I’ve found a pair of shoes that are such a cute upgrade from garden-variety clogs (see what I did there?) that I think you’ll like.  

Loeffler Randall took rubber clogs—arguably the quintessential “ugly” shoe trend—and added a sweet printed ribbon to add a dash of English countryside appeal. Of course, nothing’s stopping you from taking. a pair of Crocs and adding your own bow, but I don’t blame you if you’re not into the DIY scene. Scroll down to shop the new shoes as well as other versions of the clog trend. 

Clogs, but make them fashion. 

These daisies are so sweet. 

A classic take on the trend. 

These are some of the chicest clogs I’ve come across. 

Part Mary-Janes, part clogs. 

The OG rubber clogs. 

These come in tons of cute colors and the price $35 price tag is very tempting. 

You can’t go wrong with Swede-designed versions. 

Heads up: Everyone’s beloved rainboot brand, Hunter, makes cute clogs now. 

Heels that are actually comfortable. Imagine that. 

Sometimes no-frills is the way to go. 

Gotta love Birkenstocks. 

The classic Crocs also come in so many other colors. 

Another great option from Swedish Hasbeens. 

These are a little bit edgier than other clogs, but I think the risk will pay off. 

I love this beautiful light tan color. 

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