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Originally designed as an all-wooden shoe, clogs have completely evolved stylistically and are currently available in a variety of textiles, from funky leathers to eye-popping cloth patterns. While the traditional clog was created with a modest heel, current heel options appear to be boundless, which means you can shop for something completely flat, chunky or sky-high if you dare. Sold on the trend but not sure where to start your search? Check out uber-popular Swedish Hasbeens for everything from T-strap sandal-like clogs to zippered options that go up to the ankle. You can also look for something comfortable like Dansko, which is the leader in supportive and stylish clogs.

It’s true that clogs can be difficult to style, but you’re in luck because we have a few ideas to get you started. For a look that’s both feminine and casual, try rolling up the bottom of jeans and fastening the ankle strap of a scallop-edged peep-toe clog, or if it’s chilly outside and you don’t want to wear anything with an open toe, pair slip-on ankle clogs that go up to the ankle with your jeans instead. Either way you style them, you can’t go wrong with this coveted shoe.
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  • Saint Laurent Floral-print leather clogs
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    Saint Laurent Floral-print leather clogs
    Adopt Saint Laurent's grungy 1990s vibes with these black leather clogs. Fresh for the new season, they're printed with ditzy florals, embellished with silver-tone studs, and grounded on a traditional brown wooden sole. Style them with ripped blue jeans or a girlish mini dress.
  • See By Chloé Suede block-heel clogs
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    See By Chloé Suede block-heel clogs
    See by Chloé continues to champion the cool 1970s clog. This style arrives in navy suede with gold-tone staple and stud details, and has a dark-brown wooden platform and high block heel. Complete the look with vintage-wash cropped jeans or a patterned smock dress.
  • Gucci Amstel horsebit suede clogs
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    Gucci Amstel horsebit suede clogs
    The horsebit is a revered Gucci icon, and it graces the front of these Amstel clogs. They're crafted from red suede, and feature traditional gold-tone metal studs and a wooden platform and heel, as well as a Velcro-fastening back strap for a comfortable fit. Let them add a 1970s spin to modern-day separates.
  • Rachel Comey Fiero suede clogs
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    Rachel Comey Fiero suede clogs
    Rachel Comey's Fiero clogs are loaded with the bohemian, 1970s vibe that the designer excels at. They feature a coral-red, cut-out suede upper and a classic wooden platform heel that's just the thing for giving vintage-blue denim a boost.
  • Rachel Comey Dakota suede clogs
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    Rachel Comey Dakota suede clogs
    Rachel Comey's Dakota suede clogs are the key to mastering the season's 1970s redux. This bright-orange pair is a great partner to the trend's denim pieces, and feature a closed toe as well as a sizeable wooden heel.
  • Rachel Comey Fiero shearling clogs
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    Rachel Comey Fiero shearling clogs
    Rachel Comey offers up a fresh new way to wear shearling with these Fiero clogs. Complete with a closed toe, cut-out sides and a vertiginous wooden heel, they not only work across seasons, but nod to one of Pre-AW15's biggest trends.
  • Chloé Izzi horn-rivet leather clogs
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    Chloé Izzi horn-rivet leather clogs
    Imbue casual looks with a cool, 1970s-inspired vibe with Chloé's Izzi clogs. They're crafted from tan-brown leather to an open-toe shape and detailed with tonal-brown side rivets for a textured touch. Try them with a broderie-anglaise dress for a beautifully bohemian finish.
  • Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
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    Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
    Funkis crafts beautiful, authentic Swedish clogs using traditional methods. This classic 150 vegetable leather peep-toe pair is crafted with a woven front and finished with a natural wooden platform and slight heel. Play up the vibrant tomato-red hue with similarly coloured separates.
  • Álvaro Altea stingray clogs
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    Álvaro Altea stingray clogs
    Álvaro puts a glamorous spin on the classic clog with this tonal-purple and white stingray pair. They're finished with a chunky dark-brown wooden platform and high block heel. Wear them them to enliven muted summer looks.
  • Chloé Izzi horn-rivet leather clogs
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    Chloé Izzi horn-rivet leather clogs
    Chloé's Resort-2016 collection ushers in a must-have new shoe: the clog. This Izzi pair has a glossy black crocodile-effect strap and a smooth, curved wooden sole. Slip them on with slim black trousers until the weather is warm enough for dresses.
  • Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
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    Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
    Funkis has been making authentic Swedish-style footwear since the early 1990s. These navy 150 woven-leather clogs chime perfectly with this season's 1970s vibe and are crafted in Sweden from vegetable leather with a natural wooden platform and slight heel. Match them to your favourite bohemian pieces.
  • Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
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    Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
    Funkis reworks its signature 667 leather clogs in vibrant red vegetable-dyed leather for SS15. They're crafted in Sweden from locally sourced alder wood and have a timeless crossover shape that's perfect for everyday. They look particularly striking offset by deep indigo hues.
  • Álvaro Altea leather clogs
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    Álvaro Altea leather clogs
    Álvaro's summery take on the traditional clog is crafted in Italy with a pale-pink leather strap and a chunky chocolate-brown wooden wedge heel. They're the kind of design that can be slipped on with almost anything try them with shorts, jeans and dresses alike.
  • Álvaro Astrid suede clogs
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    Álvaro Astrid suede clogs
    Álvaro's Astrid clogs are expertly made in the label's Florentine workshop. They feature a black suede upper and a chocolate-brown wooden platform, secured with iridescent metal studs. Note the shearling lining a cosy finishing touch that makes them the ultimate trans-seasonal buy.
  • Álvaro Altea stingray-strap clogs
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    Álvaro Altea stingray-strap clogs
    A fine example of Álvaro's expert craftsmanship, these Altea sandals are handmade in Italy with a red-stingray strap and a smooth, wooden heel. Wear them with blue denim or a white cotton sundress for a timeless warm-weather look.
  • Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
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    Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
    Sustainable production lies at the heart of Sydney-based brand Funkis. These 667 clogs are crafted by hand from white vegetable-dyed leather and feature a chunky platform made from locally sourced wood. Note the serrated rubber sole, which offers grip and support.
  • Álvaro Astrid shearling clogs
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    Álvaro Astrid shearling clogs
    Álvaro is renowned for its expertly crafted footwear, and these Astrid clogs are a great choice for the transitional months. They're made from tan shearling, with a chunky wooden platform trimmed in iridescent metal studs. Wear them with a shirt dress for a contemporary spin.
  • Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
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    Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
    These 150 light-tan vegetable-leather clogs are a Funkis signature, based on traditional Swedish design. They showcase a neat woven front strap and have a natural wooden heel and platform that provide just the right amount of height for everyday wear. Match them to 1970s-style separates for the ultimate finish.
  • Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
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    Funkis 667 crossover-strap leather clogs
    These black vegetable-dyed leather 667 crossover-strap clogs are a classic Funkis design. They're traditionally made in Sweden using locally sourced alder wood for the heel and platform. They're the ultimate summer day shoe, so wear them with everything from breezy dresses to pencil skirts.
  • Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
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    Funkis 150 woven-leather clogs
    Ethical design is at the heart of the Funkis aesthetic, elegantly showcased by these 150 clogs. All of its shoes are made in Sweden and this pair is crafted from white woven vegetable leather, while the wooden platform and small heel are constructed from locally sourced timber. They'll work well with neutral off-duty separates.

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  • Visvim Labrang leather clogs
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    Visvim Labrang leather clogs
    Tap into the season's 1970s trend with these rustic Labrang clogs from Visvim. They're handcrafted from textured dark-brown leather with a contrasting blue and white polka-dot cotton heel, and chunky wooden sole. Play on the Western theme with a denim shirt and full white skirt.
  • Saint Laurent Vegetal leather clogs
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    Saint Laurent Vegetal leather clogs
    Saint Laurent's love of the 1970s is clear in the design of its new-season Sabot clogs. They're crafted in Italy from black vegetal leather with traditional tonal embroidery and a wooden sole. Wear them to ground spring's flared trousers and floaty bohemian dresses.
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