Though Stubbs & Wootton founder Percy Steinhart opened up shop in 1993, his heart was in the early 20th century. He wanted to recreate the handmade needlepoint house slippers that men would change into after muddying their boots on unpaved streets (and which quickly became fashionable options for formal-, evening- and dinnerwear). The results are chic (and sometimes cheeky) designs handcrafted by a small community of artisans in La Mancha, Spain, known for a tradition of quality and expertise in stitching and assembling footwear. Luckily for us, Stubbs & Wootton created these quirky, totally-up-our-alley pairs exclusively for J.Crew, which means they're even more special and complement everything from dresses to tapered trousers— and you can't find them anywhere else. Velvet upper. Leather lining and sole. Made in Spain.