April 27th, 2015
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Clog Lovin’, Cont.

Yep, I’m still in love with clogs and have my eye on this pair by No. 6 Store. The great news is that they are now sold on Net-a-Porter so you get the optimum shipping options—a win-win.


what's new


Quant leopard-print calf hair ankle boots


Kellen ribbed cotton-blend tunic


Brixton horsebit-detailed leather collapsible-heel loafers


Emma shirtdress


Eva silk crepe de chine blouse


Linen-blend culottes


Crossover velvet flatform sandals


GV3 small textured-leather and suede shoulder bag


Almeria leather wedge espadrilles


Patch-pocket cotton coat


Bilbao mini tote


Ginger embellished two-tone textured-leather pumps

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  • I literally have about 20 pairs of these, from fur lined, to knee high, to the exact ones pictured above. I have travelled around the world in them. They are my perfect shoe, I.e. comfortable, chic and interesting. I purchased them at the store in NYC but I’m thrilled that they are joining NAP! Enjoy ladies.

    JacquelineApril 27th, 2015  8:11 AM

  • My go to. Perfect year round in Southern California. Love them!

    LFRApril 27th, 2015  8:16 AM

  • What don’t I get about clogs? Am I just too old? I wore these 35 years ago as a student….hardly a fashionable time in my life!

    SusanApril 27th, 2015  9:48 AM

  • I love No. 6 clogs. Cute, comfortable and perfect footwear for Seattle puddles.

    LilahApril 27th, 2015  9:58 AM

  • High heeled clogs? Still no.

    PindaApril 27th, 2015  1:28 PM

  • Another owner of multiple pairs of No. 6 clogs here, and one who recently added the pink ones in your shop to her collection. They are wonderful (though the high ones are definitely less comfortable) and I love my shearling-lined ones most of all.

    C.MicholApril 27th, 2015  1:38 PM

  • I’ve always liked clogs but Susan’s comment made me think so I’m going off subject for a second. I tend to think, based on observation and personal experience, that we can see certain styles as ugly if they were popular when we were young and worn either badly or just too often by a large majority of adults. I think this is partially why people in their twenties prefer new looks which are a pendulum swing away from the looks of the previous decade. Think of the present shift from Jcrew to Madewell; ask twenty year olds what they think of sequins, glitter and metallics and I think they will say they prefer earth tones. Personally, my thing is chunky t strap sandals. They were worn by 70+ women at my church growing up in the 80s with mumus and nude hosiery. I just can’t bring myself, in my forties, to wear them, even though there’s nothing inherently ugly about them, it’s just a bad reference for me.

    Sara G.April 27th, 2015  1:40 PM

  • Sorry – I have to agree with Susan.

    AliApril 27th, 2015  1:47 PM

  • I like the light color a lot, and I like the heel. I plan on getting a pair of their clog boots in the fall. I love clogs and wear them all the time, but I do agree with Sara’s point. I feel that way about high platform shoes and open toe mules (a la Grease). I can’t see them as a fresh look because I remember them being done to death back in the day. I don’t hate them, but I don’t feel the need to re-live them. Kind of like shoulder pads! (If they ever dare come back).

    AprilApril 27th, 2015  3:46 PM

  • I love them, but those are too high for me, without a strap on the back I’d twist my ankle for sure. I’m strongly considering the two-toned sandal version on the side bar – I think they’re splendid.

    KathyApril 27th, 2015  4:00 PM

  • I echo the sentiments of many..no …not chic.

    SheilaApril 28th, 2015  6:33 AM

  • I love the pink ones you have on the site…I am still contemplating those. The high heel that you show above is cute, but defnitely not for me…I’d break something!

    bisbeeApril 28th, 2015  8:38 AM


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