Irregular Choice Lewis Slouch Clogs

Shoeaholics Anonymous Disclosure

Bobbie Thomas, TODAY Style Editor and author of the Buzz column for In Touch weekly rounded up the exciting and surprising items to look out for in 2010 style trends (such as grey-beige nail polish), and I was excited to see wooden clogs are making a comeback! Woohoo!

Clog Craze
Clogs are back, and in new forms and fun patterns. Heavy hitters Chanel and Louis Vuitton both sent models marching down the runway in updated versions of the wooden shoe rather than teetering stilettos that have caused many to tumble. Designs from contemporary collections such as Stuart Weitzman and No. 6 are editor picks for spring. Hollywood’s not far behind with celebs scooping pairs from C&C Sweden, which offers everything from fun florals to metallics and even patent leather versions. And if you just can’t wait to follow in their footsteps, Free People has come out with a warm way to sport the style “” the “clog boot”.

Not sure I care for these Lewis Slouch Clogs by Irregular Choice, $248 from FreePeople.com, to wear myself, but obviously others do, as they are selling out fast!

Update: These Irregular Choice Long Lashes Tweed Concealed Wedge Boots are now also available from ASOS.com, $212.47 in several sizes!

Unique but stylish very high heel slouch boots with tweed shaft and sueded clog vamp featuring buckle strap details. 2″ Platform 5″ Heel.

  • The Tree Of The Wooden Clogs (dvd)
    ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    Italian filmmaker Ermanno Olmi's Tree of the Wooden Clogs covers a period of twelve months, dividing its time between three peasant families, all of whom work on the estate of an all-but-absentee landlord. Special emphasis is given the interrelationships between the various family members and their neighbors. Tree of the Wooden Clogs was honored with the Golden Palm award at the Cannes Film Festival. Hal Erickson, Rovi
    $17.99 from Best Buy
  • Wooden Dutch Clogs Poster Print (12 x 8)
     
    Wooden Dutch Clogs is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 12.00 x 8.00 inches and the image size is 9.91 x 5.96 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing Print Title: Wooden Dutch Clogs Paper Size: 12.00 x 8.00 inches Publisher: Pivot Publishing - A
    $11.40 from Walmart
  • Wooden-Wedge Suede Mule Sandals
    Prada
    Modern-minimalist mule sandals crafted from rich suede and set on chunky yet sleek wooden wedge heels. Wooden wedge heel, 4.15" (105mm) Suede upperLeather lining and solePadded insoleMade in Italy
    $276.00 from Saks Fifth Avenue
  • Pour La Victoire Sanya Wooden Mules - Black
    Pour La Victoire
    Laser cut leather brings a unique, patterned look to these open toe Pour La Victoire mules. Wooden heel and platform. Rubber sole. Leather: Cowhide. Imported, Brazil. This item cannot be gift boxed. Measurements Heel: 4.5in / 115mm Platform: 1in / 25mm. Available sizes: 7,7.5,8.5,9,9.5,10
    $122.50 from Shopbop / East Dane
  • Wooden Dutch Clogs Poster Print (12 x 8)
    Posterazzi
    Wooden Dutch Clogs Poster Print (12 x 8) Type: Prints Framed: No Style: Frameless Frame Color/Finish: Artwork Reproduction Size Width: 10in - 19in Size Height: Less than 9 inches
    $11.40 from Newegg.com
  • Studded X-Band Wooden Mule Wedges
     
    Two thick bands crisscross into these sleek, faux leather slides, forming an open toe, side cut-outs, and golden studs down the sides for a marvelous update on mules! Wooden-look platform and towering wedge heel make a stylish statement below. Style: KENDALL 14 Cushioned insole Non-skid rubber sole Imported Brand: Charlotte Russe
    $35.99 from Charlotte Russe
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Comments

  1. I LOVE the Irregular Choice, it is bit on the tame side for them in terms of it not being as risk taking as some of their other shoes but that could be good, they actually look wearable

  2. "The shoe-obsessed" Wayne says:

    I really like these…but I doubt if they’ll have a “must-wear” life after March or April

  3. Deeana says:

    Irregular Choice is my choice of shoes! I don’t know about this clog one but I just bought the KIM OH NO HEEL mint ones at Mona et June. I can’t wait!

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