Clogs have just taken a serious step forward on the fashion landscape with the arrival of these beauties from Beklina. Created by local fashion designer Angelina Rennell of Beklina.com, these innovative and artistic clogs are a step up from many other clogs on the market. With zero staples, ribbed suede leather, and lovely hues, these are shoes that will last for many seasons to come. My favorites are the pink (shrimp) and black (licorice) varieties seen above. Snap up these $260 originals as they're selling fast!
Growing up, my mom was a huge fan of clogs. She wore them nearly everyday. I think her obsession with the classic shoe was passed on to me.
I own several pairs from different companies, and I'm happy with all the options that I own. But new to my radar is my discovery of No. 6 clogs. I found these beauties recently at Cameron Marks, a boutique in Santa Cruz, and I instantly fell in love.
No. 6 Clogs offer an elegant twist on the timeless shoe. With unique cuts, elegant colors, and a fashion forward design, I'll be adding these to my holiday wishlist.
Pants: Kowtow, Legion / Top: Rodebjer, Beklina, $230 / Shoes: Sandgrens Clogs, Morocco, Nude, $179 / Bag: Baggu, Beklina, $140 / Bracelet: April May Jewelry, $68 / Ring: April May Jewelry, $42 / Find Sandgrens clogs at Stripe in Santa Cruz or online.
For me, spring is about many things, but in the fashion world, it's definitely about adding a pop of color and a sweet pair of shoes to the mix.
This outfit does just that and a little bit more. With clogs by Sandgrens, I'm able to add a comfortable spring to my step this season. And you can never go wrong with a nude-colored shoe, which always looks lovely with black, as seen here. I complete the look with a black bag by Baggu and a gorgeous top from Rodebjer (a new favorite line), which is sold at Beklina. Besides being eye-catching, this top can be worn two different ways—as seen here, or wear it the opposite way with buttons coming down the front. No matter how you wear it, all eyes will be on you.
Photos: Nick Chao. Clothing: Shoes, Swedish Hasbeens, Heart High in Red, $229 / Pants, Kowtow, Legion / Top, Rachel Rose, Legion / Penelope Bangle, $37 / Sa-Rah Necklace, $80, Blank Verse Jewelry X The Penny Rose / Clutch, Vintage.
You can't go wrong with red shoes. And if they're red clogs? Even better. These charming, candy apple red Heart High clogs by Swedish Hasbeens are the shoes that I can't stop wearing this summer. Pair them with anything, but as seen here, when worn with a muted color palette, they really pop.
Yesterday, I paired them on the blog with wide leg jeans which give them an effortless retro look. Today, I'm donning these darling clogs with ankle-length pants to really show them off. Mixing prints with these clogs really works and red is always a strong color choice alongside black. To get this look, find some smart black pants with a subtle design, tuck in a silk blouse like this one seen here, and pair with a tiny red clutch. Add minimal brass jewelry and watch these shoes sing.
Crew: Photographer, Nick Chao / Stylists, Creative Directors, Christa Martin and Deva Blaisdell-Anderson / Model, Christa Martin / Makeup, Jillian Wilkey for Salon on the Square / Hair, Ginger Vaughn for Salon on the Square. Makeup by Jane Iredale.
If there's one thing I'm fashionably obsessed about right now, it's clogs. These darling red Heart High clogs by Swedish Hasbeens to be specific. This sweet, stylish pair of shoes is perfect for summer. I've been pairing these beauties with a bunch of different outfits but today and tomorrow on the blog, you'll see a few of my favorite ways to wear these beloved shoes. Today, I'm pairing these super comfortable, effortless clogs with wide leg jeans (I love how they peek out at the bottom), with a pale blue and white, tucked in Kowtow graphic top. Add minimal brass jewelry like the Penelope Bangle and for a creative touch, this sweet clutch from The Good Flock X Ashley Goldberg (purchased at BacktalkPDX in Portland) pulls the whole outfit together. Check out the blog tomorrow for my second look wearing my new favorite shoes.
Crew: Photographer, Nick Chao / Stylists, Creative Directors, Christa Martin and Deva Blaisdell-Anderson / Model, Christa Martin / Makeup, Jillian Wilkey for Salon on the Square / Hair, Ginger Vaughn for Salon on the Square.