As always, the underlying theme of this blog is: so many shoes, so little time.
Guess who dropped by my inbox to let me know they've put out some new styles?
I'm digging the chunkier, higher heel and thicker platform. Especially with the contrasting dark outer sole. In particular the Inge, the Laila, and the Louise caught my eye. And that clog boot. But follow the link to the Swedish Hasbeens website and feel the pangs of desire for yourself.
My only disappointment is that Swedish Hasbeens have long given up their line of adventurous wood-soled shoes for men. The only nod to those with a Y chromosome is the Swedish Husband style, a pretty basic traditional clog available up to size 45.
No. 6 Announces Their Fall Line of Clogs
I could write a thousand words on this topic easily. But I think I'll just show you one picture.
Details here on the No. 6 website.
By the way, if you're a clog addict who lives within reach of Manhattan, you might want to pay No. 6 a visit real soon. Sounds as though there are some good deals to be had on your favorite footwear. To the best of my recollection, they don't do sales on their shoes often so this strikes me as kind of a big deal.
More Wooden Goodness on Tradesy
A big thank you once again to Tradesy seller freespirit44 for letting me share images of her listings with you. I mentioned some gorgeous Free People clog boots in my previous post. But digging deeper through her online closet, I found more styles to get excited about.
You'll also see the Journalist clog by Woolrich in a size 7.
Serioiusly! If you frequent eBay for fabulous fashion finds, Tradesy should be a part of your shopping routine, too.
And Then This from Jeffrey Campbell
I know it was the fashion industry as a whole that initiated the clog craze of several years back, but with styles like their Charlie and Charli-C clog, I always think of Jeffrey Campbell as leading the way. To this day they still deliver the occasional wood-soled wonder, and the Skagen is merely their latest.
How About an OOTD?
Just to reveal how far I stray from my professed style crushes sometimes. Not a lick of wood in sight on these gladiator sandals. But with the short leggings, tunic top, and matching pendant and nail polish, the whole outfit makes my day whenever I wear it.
Sorry for the substandard camera work. Melissa, the official ECHID photographer, was not available, and I refuse to buy a selfie stick.