No closet is complete without signature, stand out style pieces that summarize not only your look, but also your individuality. It’s those statement pieces, naturally, that become the focal point and get people talking.
And few rival the declaration a strong pair of Swedish clogs can deliver as the quintessential finishing touch.
Clogs for women like our Milan and Koltur add instant personality, drama, and perhaps a little quirkiness; whether it’s a punchy color or unexpected silhouette imbued within the shoe. It’s these simple but never plain detail accents that command attention.
The well-timed release of the Sandgrens Brights Collection blossoms such fresh inspiration, taking Spring’s cue for eye-catching accessories that will make heads turn.
With strong roots that trace back hundreds of years, clog makers once looked to the readily available materials found in nature to create durable shoes that met a wide demand. Its modern reinvention embraces this tried-and-true history, but now with its place cemented on the high-style fashion runways of designer showcases around the world. In fact, white shoes, as inspired by the Balenciaga runways, are celebrating a rise in popularity as the cool-girl footwear to own this spring.
A few things to consider:
The golden rule of making your clogs stand out, especially if it’s a vibrant pair from our Brights Collection, is to keep it simple. Picture a crisp white shirt and a pencil skirt, or imagine a flowing tunic and jeans.
Classic clogs pair well with equally classic essentials – a sleeveless, structured blouse and a feminine skirt are revitalized with unexpected an footwear twist
Black-and-white is ever loyal to impeccable dress. A white tee, a black blazer and a pair of jeans allow the clogs to take center stage
These tips let the clogs steal the show. Take care not to add competing elements that detract and distract from the clogs you’re in love with, which can be a great departure for anyone feeling stuck in a shoe rut.
Do you dare pair your statement Sandgrens clogs with billowy tops, sundresses and even Casual Friday work attire?