The New "Ugly" Trend Coming For Your Shoes

If you’re looking for the latest pair of house shoes, you’ll want to pick up a pair of clogs. I know, I know, this is probably the last thing you were expecting but I promise this “ugly” shoe is now a thing. Not only are they currently happening all over the fashion scene on Instagram, but they were also a major trend on the S/S 21 runways, so you know they’re going to stick around long into next year. Yep, brands like Louis Vuitton, Hermès, and Stella McCartney endorsed the shoe in their collections and they were one of the takeaway trends from the spring 2021 season.

These shoes may be controversial, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t popular. A favorite among fashion insiders, they’re pairing them with everything from sweatpants to pajama sets to pretty dresses and we’re very on board. Here, see some of our favorite ways to style the clog shoe trend and shop our edit.

On the runway:

Louis Vuitton

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Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

At Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière debuted a platform clog shoe that is sure to be hugely in demand in 2021.

Hermès

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Getty Images/Peter White

At Hermès, we saw a slip-on style that are just are chic and cool.

Stella McCartney

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Courtesy of Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney debuted clogs in a ray of shades like white and red.

On the fashion scene:

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@pernilleteisbaek; Pictured: JW Anderson Embellished Leather Mules ($532)

What could be more 2020 than wearing a pair of It-shoes with sweatpants?

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@alexisforeman; Pictured: Alle Blues earrings: Kasl Editions bag; Zara Lightweight Sport Sole Clogs ($36)

Leave it to Zara to design the shoes every fashion person wants to add to their closet.

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@chrissyford; Pictured: Ugg Tasman Slippers ($100)

Has loungewear ever looked so chic?

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@annaaborisovna; Pictured: Birkenstock clogs

Yep, they look just as cool outside the house.

Shop more clogs:

I want to slip into all things shearling right now.

Anything by The Row is simply flawless.

Brother Vellies should always be a go-to stop for shoes.

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