Clogs Are the "Ugly" Shoes Taking Over Fashion—These 30 Are Our Favorites

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We know we've been hinting at it for a while, but clogs are shaping up to be one of the It shoes of the year, and they might just stick around for the next. Although they've been known to many as "ugly" shoes, people's priorities have shifted in the past year, and comfort has outweighed aesthetics in many areas. We're not sure if it's just us, but the shoes aren't looking so bad on the eyes anymore. If anything, they're looking incredibly cool. While we flaunt painful high heels on the regular, it's a breath of fresh air to see clunky, comfortable, and durable shoes on the feet of fashion folk. 

It seems like they've come around in high fashion, too, as designers like Gucci, Chanel, and Bottega Veneta have all released their own version of clogs. Some of our editors have already hopped on the train, so it's not too late to get yourself aboard as well. While clogs are commonly referred to as shoes with a wooden sole, we've rallied up our favorites of all the versions, from sandals to modern rubber styles.

Shop the pair our editor in chief is wearing above.

Of course, Zara has got you covered.

We'd like this whole outfit, please!

Your new go-to flat shoes of choice.

Denim shoes give me serious Y2K vibes.

With that pop of orange, these are definitely summer shoes.

Get ready for your next picnic with this gingham pair.

That chain detailing is very chic.

These will be easy to slip on and go.

We hope you're convinced on clogs by now.

Simon Miller knows how to make statement shoes.

Hear us out—I know these are controversial, but maybe the comfort is truly worth their current hype? If you disagree, keep scrolling. We have more fashionable options.

Everlane's shoes are always so comfortable.

The brand has the standard clog, too.

No words for the pointed heel.

Summer isn't over yet. You have time to wear these with all your dresses.

Like we said, Gucci is on board.

There's always room for more animal print.

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