January 30th, 2015
By Marc Jacobs

Dr. Scholl’s-Style Slides

Marc Jacobs

First, Phoebe Philo did a version of the Birkenstock for Céline. Now, the ‘It’ sandal for SS15 is Marc Jacobs’ take on the classic Dr. Scholl’s slide. Glammed up in satin and velvet with a sparkly clasp, these are not the basic Dr. Scholl’s of my childhood.

Image © Elle


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  • Even being a big fan of Phoebe Philo, even after several seasons of the Birkenstocks type sandals being everywhere, I still can’t with those shoes… I guess there are times where I need to stay true to my style and not go for the trend of the moment… !


    carolineJanuary 30th, 2015  8:44 AM

  • I like them, but wouldn’t the ones with the satin footbeds be slippery? I think the army green are great.

    KathyJanuary 30th, 2015  9:09 AM

  • i think that sometimes that the cool fashion house has to be told that their shoes are just plain ugly…
    birkenstocks are ugly and and so are these….i think people are afraid of telling the truth to the cool kid….
    and they make your toes look weird…..

    mJanuary 30th, 2015  9:46 AM

  • I like the look, too. The glittery hardware being the biggest draw. The satin foot bed could become a negative with high use in the summer though, taking away from the glam.

    AprilJanuary 30th, 2015  9:47 AM

  • I cannot wear heels or uncomfortable shoes on a daily basis – not since I was thirty years old / I literally cannot walk – thank goodness Birkenstocks and Dr. Scholls are trendy at the moment! Yesterday I bought a pair of nude with a touch of pick suede vans for spring – so comfortable and the last pair in stock. Couldn’t help but notice there were tons of heels on sale but few flats. I didn’t get anything on sale!

    Sue TothJanuary 30th, 2015  10:22 AM

  • This a trendy look in my opinion and hence not worth paying hundreds of pounds for! Best to buy the original in an interesting color or something from the high street.

    MMSJanuary 30th, 2015  10:32 AM

  • I love the Marant shower slippers, and would wear the Celines if they fit me… but these – nope. They just seem so wanna-be, so follower. The level of bling is just too basicbit*ch.

    allison wJanuary 30th, 2015  10:49 AM

  • two thousand dollars????? seriously????

    CariJanuary 30th, 2015  11:46 AM

  • Like the khaki and the navy…

    That's Not My AgeJanuary 30th, 2015  12:25 PM

  • Oh! I remember that thwack-thwack-thwack sound!

    ChristineJanuary 30th, 2015  1:44 PM

  • For those of us old enough to remember …they were something you would wear around the home.

    SheilaJanuary 31st, 2015  8:06 AM

  • I remember wearing these. God forbid you should be hit on your inner ankle with the opposite wooden shoe while walking. Hurt like the devil!

    ClaireJanuary 31st, 2015  8:09 AM

  • Or even worse….stepping on a Dr. Scholl sandal barefoot in the middle of the night!!!

    mamma miaJanuary 31st, 2015  12:28 PM

  • Another ugly shoe *sigh*

    PindaJanuary 31st, 2015  1:47 PM

  • I apologize, but anyone who would spend $1000 or $2000 for a pair of these should have her head examined.

    bisbeeFebruary 1st, 2015  4:11 PM

  • Love the sandals! We have seen a huge jump the past couple of years with our Berkemann sandals with replaceable straps. And we don’t see this trend ending anytime soon. Retro is now just simply timeless!


    VictoriaFebruary 11th, 2015  8:42 AM


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