7 Pairs Of Wooden Clogs That Are So ’70s-Chic

Groovy, baby.

Wooden clogs are going to be everywhere this spring.
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Though the ’90s and early aughts are having a major fashion moment right now, there’s still so many other decades to take style cues from. Case in point? The wooden clog.

This ’70s shoe trend only seems to grow more in popularity each year, and with spring temps right around the corner, there is never a better time to hop on the clog train. With a mule-style design, you can just slip into these babies and go. Sure, you might remember the trend from your mother’s wardrobe if you were a child of the ’90s, but it turns out they look pretty good as part of your modern-day wardrobe, too!

Designers have taken note on the retro shoe’s resurgence, with the likes of Celine, Hermès, Isabel Marant, and more filling collections with these clippity-cloppity slides. Though some boast more of a heel than others, the forefront of the shoe will always include a fairly substantial platform, giving you some height — without the pain.

Though you may have tucked your favorite pair clogs away in the back of the closet, it’s time to consider giving a new, updated style a try.

Ahead, find all the best clogs to shop right now for the spring season Style them with everything from mini skirts to boho flares and everything in between.

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Beautiful Burgundy

There’s nothing quite like the OG slip-on clog for morning, noon, and night. This burgundy pair with studs can be worn with just about anything.


Such Great Heights

If you’re looking for a little height, opt for a heeled style. This Loeffler Randall pair has a sweet braided detail that would look so cute with a midi skirt or dress.


Buckle Up

This twist on the classic clog boasts a lower height, a great buckle and gold hardware. They would look amazing with a pair of jeans.


Back to Black

For a timeless look, go for a pair of investment clogs like these. The all black look with gold hardware is so chic.


Strapped In

If you love a mule but don’t love how your feet feel in them, go for a style with a sling-back for a bit of added support.


Funky & Fun

These Khaite clogs are a funky take on the classic shape, with a round toe, a low heel and studs throughout.


Winter Ready

To hop on the train a bit earlier while keeping your feet warm, this pair of heeled, shearling-lined clogs will definitely do the trick.