h, dear. I'm afraid it's another fallow day in new clog land. Not a lot to rave about as far as new releases go. I could carry on on a number of different topics. There's that pair of Sven clogs that I just got yesterday. Yummy doesn't begin to describe them. Then I just received the Lynnea clog boots that I featured last week at a end of season price that I couldn't resist. I also had some fun working with my shoe-loving friend Melissa photographing the rest of my clog alphabet. Now I have all the letters necessary to allow me to begin a day's blog with any word imagineable. Including "quixotic", "xylophone", and "zymurgy". (You don't think I will? You just stay tuned! Maybe that'll be my next blog challenge: all the clog alphabet letters in order for 26 straight days! Hmmmm. I'll have to give that some thought.) And I just ordered the exact same pair of clogs from a second retailer so that I could return their sale priced pair to the higher priced first retailer I bought them from. So there's a lot of churn and frenzy here behind the scenes at Every Clog Has Its Day. When you happen upon a spartan post such as today's What's New?, don't think my attention is wandering. I'm staying quite engaged with my own clog universe. Jumping in with both feet, you might say. But that's neither here nor there. The topic to be tackled is new styles of wooden shoes. And what does the market have to offer? Nada lotta. So I'm padding today's post with a batch of traditional Swedish clogs that merit a fresh mention, I think, because their price has dropped so precipitously. They actually qualified as new back in October, but the colors are so appealing, and as I said, that markdown is both awe and some.
1. Darby classic low clog from Lands' End Canvas
Available through Lands' End Canvas (for only $29.97).
2. Jolene clog from UGG Australia
Available through UGG Australia.
3. Pippy peep toe platform pump from Bertie
Available through ASOS.com.
4. Maru pump from Messeca
Available through Piperlime.
5. Peep toe clog from Sergio Rossi
Available through Neiman-Marcus.
[On my feet as I blog: the Lynnea clog boot from UGG Australia.]