So you purchased a pair of wooden clogs, and now you're not sure how to incorporate them into your closet. Don't worry we're here to help! This versatile leather shoe can be worn anytime, anywhere—and most importantly—with anything! With help from some of our most fashionable friends, we've rounded up eight of our favourite ways to style clogs—perfect for work, weekends, and anything in between.
The East Coast Clog Black
Lizzy balances her look by incorporating black from top to bottom, including a belt with similar hardware in the middle. Our fave: The Accent Belt.
You can never go wrong with great basics in neutral colours, like a denim maxi skirt, a white tank and a black blazer. The black leather on the clogs pairs perfectly, and because the sole is made of a natural material, it acts as another neutral, too.
The West Coast Clog White
Richelle’s style is the perfect combination of relaxed and refined. Her light-wash denim and slip-on clogs feel easy going while a blazer adds just the right amount of polish.
The white leather complements her white tee for a perfectly coordinated look. Plus, pink and white always pair perfectly, if you ask us.
The East Coast Clog Biscotti
We love Lee’s classic, feminine looks! The ankle strap on The East Coast Clog adds a delicate touch, which perfectly suits this type of style.
We’re especially drawn to look number two, featuring wide leg denim and a sweet button up cardigan. The platform-style soles have an impactful elongating effect when paired with wide-leg styles. Plus, the cropped style shows off your fave footwear!
The West Coast Clog Black
This is Leah’s “ideal trans-seasonal look.” She pairs a summer staple (hello, sundress!) with a windbreaker, which adds some warmth but also beautifully contrasts the femininity of the dress.
The West Coast Clog easily transitions from spring to summer to fall, and the black leather pairs perfectly with the black jacket.
The East Coast Clog Sage
Lindsay’s look is all about texture! The colour and texture of her pants play into the colour and velvety feel of the Sage nubuck leather, making for a coordinated but not too matchy-matchy look.
The fitted tank and wooden clogs create a structured base for more relaxed pieces like the flowy pants and oversized cardigan.
The East Coast Clog Biscotti &
The West Coast Clog Praline
Just add ✨socks ✨ Alyssa pairs her clogs with socks for visual interest (and warmth on chillier days). We love how the colour of her socks and clogs coordinates with the colours in her sweater—put together without trying too hard!
Clogs go well with pretty much any style of jeans, including this loose-fitting pair. Not to mention, the light wash plays perfectly into the 70s feel of the clogs.
The West Coast Clog Multiwoven
Karolina picks a colour from the leather and pulls it through the rest of her ensembles. For example, an off-white shacket or cream sweater/skirt set makes the Oatmeal leather in the clogs pop.
The neutrality of the looks also highlights the Ultraviolet and Sage colours woven into the leather.