You and I have been going gaga over clogs over the past 12 months. No two ways about it. Every week seemed to introduce us to another irresistible pair (as my closet clearly demonstrates). And I haven't seen any signs of it letting up in the new year. So it makes sense to give ourselves a clean slate as we head into 2011. Now is the time to take advantage of some year end sales and get those shoes we couldn't afford before out of our heads so that we focus our attention on the new styles ready to step out onto the catwalks any day now. It is in that spirit of service to my readers that I direct your attention to a few stunning price reductions that have caught my eye. The Gwenn clog boot from Steve Madden is especially worth mentioning. I first blogged about it in these e-pages back in August when it was listed on Shopbop.com for $300.00. They've since dropped the price to $210.00. But then unexpectedly on a visit to Overstock.com, I found the boot in an assortment of sizes for just $129.00!!! Now that my order has been securely placed I feel safe in sharing this news with you. And some other tasty savings. (Thanks to reader London Lady for steering us toward the savings at Schuh.co.uk.)
Gwenn clog boot from Steven by Steve Madden, in black, currently $129.99 through Overstock.com.
Also available in cognac suede.
Copenhagen clog from MIA, in navy, currently available for $38.00 from Lori's Shoes.
Also available in tan.
Yodel clog pump from Steven by Steve Madden, in grey or brown, currently available for $45.99 through Overstock.com.
Vargas clog from Coconuts by Matisse, in brown or black, currently $19.94 through DSW.com.
***CAUTION: MANMADE MIDSOLE***
Climb clog from Zigi Soho, currently available for $49.95 through DSW.com.
[On my feet today: well, right this minute I have my toes tucked into an old shearling lined pair of MIA wedge clogs. But the temperature is above 40° right now and all that Christmas snow has melted away. While it is nice to be able to walk out on my balcony again, I'm bummed because I never got to make snow drinks for my kids. At least the surer footing will allow me to wear some higher heeled clogs to the store for the first time in weeks. UPDATE: I wound up wearing the Underground lace up clog boot from Jeffrey Campbell with a pair of long flare jeans the rest of the day.]