And what's more, I've ordered one or two of these just to test drive them. Hopefully, I'll be able to provide glowing reports soon.
Farren Vintage platform bootie from Kelsi Dagger, available through Nordstrom.
Milo clog from Korks by Kork-Ease, available through Belk.com.
Annika leather clog from Álvaro, available through l'Inde le Palais.
Suede and shearling Annika clog from Álvaro, available through l'Inde le Palais.
These next couple of styles are just two out of many new clog boots designs I spotted on Zappos.com recently. The soles don't seem to be made of wood, but still they're worth following the link to browse around.
Julia open back clog boot from Calou Stockholm, available through Zappos.com.
Molly clog boot from Calou Stockholm, available through Zappos.com.
I'm loving these chunkier soled clog boots that Swedish Hasbeens is now promoting.
Swedish boot from Swedish Hasbeens.
Okay, this pair isn't "new." But I'm betting it's new to your eyes just like it was new to mine. I love that clogs like this pair were all the rage once upon a time.
1970s era clog, UK size 5, available through Etsy seller lefaiblevintage.
I know I blogged about this crazy wood-soled boot months ago, but although it might cause some people to wrinkle up their noses, I still think it's one of the most gorgeous examples of over-the-top wooden goodness I've ever seen.
Iyoka ankle boot from Y-3, available through Yoox.com.
Well, that's definitely enough to get your salivary glands operating! But be sure to surf this way in the next couple of days. I've got a new Featured Designer interview almost ready to post spotlighting a clog maker in the U. K. that we just started hearing about this year.