4 September 2010

Clog-ging Instead of Blog-ging

I  said to myself that I would never wear clogs as it did not appeal to me at all but now I quite like them. I know that some people actually perceive they look ugly but for me it stands out from the rest of the shoes because of its unique and edgier style.  Clogs are back in fashion circuit again after rocking the fashion scene in 70s and  80s. We have already seen lots of celebrities donning them this summer.


My Clogs...Can't get enough of them

I have to say that these slip-on shoes are not one of the most comfortable shoes and this depends on which design and style you buy. The one I bought has got strap (pictured above) so they are quite comfortable. Even though it has high heels, the chunky block at the front actually supports and balances the high heels. Also the strap on the side support the high heels as it clutches both heels and feet together firmly. The top bit is made of leather while the bottom part is made out of wood. I prefer clogs with strap because it supports the high heels and does not put much pressure on the front part of your feet. 

If you are confident enough to wear them without strap then I would recommend it. But trust me, it will be quite uncomfortable to walk as the heels are quite high and it will put more pressure on the front part of your feet. Also when you walk you will notice that the back (end) part of the shoes will keep hitting your back part of your feet when you take every single step as there is no strap to hold the end part of the shoes. I have already experienced that before so for me high heels without strap are big no no as I find them very uncomfortable.


Modelling on clogs...Love the design


The best thing about clogs is that they come in different design, styles, colour and it goes with every outfit from dress, jeans to shorts. I bought mine from Miss Prodigy and cost me £30. I have to say it is lot cheaper if you buy them from Miss Prodigy as most of the stores are selling them above £60. Topshop are selling same shoes at £60. So, I am quite pleased that I managed to save some money and I can use that money towards another shoes. Isn't that incredible?

Clogs are bit like Marmite. You either love them or hate them. I actually love mine though. I can't get enough of them at the moment. I have been wearing them most of the time since I bought them.  That's why I am quite busy clogging than blogging at the moment.  I won't be able to wear them in winter as you know how cold this country can be in winter. So, I am gonna wear them till the summer last.

          Caution - Clogs are definitely not for uneven roads. You might end up breaking your legs!!

            " Clogs are all over the fashion scene and its high time you get one too"

Cheerio  XoXoXo

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