5 cool clogs

Clogs are my go-to summer shoe. With sturdy wooden platforms in an array of colors and styles, this is one of the most versatile supporting characters in my wardrobe. They go with everything: denim skirts, overalls, and skinny jeans, just to name a few!

The Lotta Clog from Free People might be the perfect picnic shoe. It’s adjustable ankle strap and textured rubber soles make it super wearable, with that classic wooden heel and leather construction for a vintage inspired look. Pair with released hem jeans or a cotton summer dress for a sunny day look.

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Class things up a bit with the Dolce Vita Ackley Clog from Urban Outfitters. These sweet slip-ons have sky high wooden platform heels, with crisp white stitching and lightly burnished leather for such a great vintage vibe. These are a must-have for any boho-chic style.

clogs are my go-to summer shoe! check out my 5 favorites at jojotastic.com

Looking for a pop of color? These Swedish Hasbeens Fredrica from Zappos are the perfect shade of bright cherry red. The woven detail and fun peep-toe will show off your spring pedicure and playful style. Just the thing to elevate your favorite pair of jeans on a summer day.


Sometimes all your look needs is a subtle wedge, enter the Mid-Wedge Frida Clog from Steven Alan. Two wide nubuck leather straps keep your foot secure, with a low base for walking all day long. These look suuuuuper comfortable.

clogs are my go-to summer shoe! check out my 5 favorites at jojotastic.com

There’s nothing I love more than a chunky platform shoe (remember our ’70s inspired style shoot?). Anthropologie made my dreams come true with the Rachel Comey Gobi Clogs. These peep-toe sandals are made from polished wheat colored cowhide with a brass buckle that will keep these stylish and secure.

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