Wow, there are SO MANY links this week, and SO MANY CLOGS. I can’t even offer commentary on the clogs, there are just too many. [Also, as someone who has never even really considered clogs, I was shocked to find SO MANY OF THEM. Also very cute.] If you are in the market for clogs, well … BUCKLE IN. HOITO: Issue 6 – the very definition of clog blogging.
Do you know Dean Renaud? She’s the hot shot party planner, interior designer, events producer, thrift animal, Queen of “YES” behind South Social and Home, and she’s also a v good friend, and we are v happy to have her here. She tipped us off on her C-L-O-G search, and then she wrote clog poetry to kick off our shopping feature. Be sure to read it in the mag – v moving. (P.S. can you EVEN with that pic of Dean by Paul Octavious??)
ALL THE CLOGS:
Silver peep toe from Sven ($205); Dublin by Sandgrens ($179) Victoria black sandal by Sandgrens ($179); Da Vinci in dark blue by Troentorp ($99) ; Mary Janes by Sven ($205); Shearling boot with high heel ($410), New School wedge in chalk suede ($290), Fur slingback ($229), Collina Strada Kira in blonde curly ($338) and 15″ Shearling boot with high heel ($450) all from No.6; Dansko ‘Professional’ in White Box ($119); Hasbeens Husband clog in blush at Free People ($159); and the Coclico ‘Tik’ clog is currently half-price ($212) but only available in size 41.
Oh and obviously the Balenciaga platform Crocs in pink. You can’t have them, though – they sold out before they even went on sale. Guess we’ll just have to wait for the knock-offs to hit YesStyle.
A dear reader asked which jeans to wear to a birthday party at Soho House – skinnies or bootcut – we ignored her question and gave her these instead:
- High-waisted, button-fly DEMI-CUT from Madewell ($135)
- MOTO pink corduroy cropped wide leg jeans from TopShop ($80)
- Navy sequined flared pants at Cynthia Rowley ($550) – DREAM PANTS
- Eye Heart You sequined shirt dress at Akira ($55)
There’s also a V IMPORTANT survey re: hairstyles in the mag – please be sure to weigh in with your very reliable (although completely void of any personal consequence) advice.
And as always, special thanks to Eva Blue for the gorgeous images!