House Shoe Heroes
From glam to cozy to campsite chic, it’s clear: There’s a slipper style for everyone as the slipper category sees a resurgence.
A new season of slipper styles are capitalizing on the category’s resurgence with new looks across the spectrum. From over-the-top glamour to pure cozy comfort to campsite chic, it’s clear: There’s a slipper for everyone.
Ecco’s minimalist Easy slipper ($100) is a sleek slip-on with nubuck uppers lined with double-faced lamb’s fleece for a temperature-regulating, easy-wearing house style.
Get cozy with the $60 Heart Knit Han from Soft Comfort. It pairs a soft and textural upper with a faux-fur collar for maximum snuggly comfort, and a supportive bottom unit for all-day wear.
The $55 Home Hut scruff from Staheekum has a memory foam midsole and cork footbed for comfort, and a recycled PET lining that ups its green quotient. But what really catches the eye — and the hand — is the oh-so-touchable berber upper.
Earth’s easy-wearing $60 Whitney slipper channels cabin chic with a plaid upper and moc toe styling — and it packs the brand’s signature support into a lounge look.
The Eden criss-cross look from Lamo ($60) uses the brand’s proprietary Cirrus Memory Foam footbed to give a soft foundation to the trend-right style, with an Australian sheepskin upper and footbed for a luxurious feel on foot.
Aetrex’s $70 Mandy slipper has loungewear style to spare, with an adjustable upper and built-in orthotic that keeps the body in alignment to offer all-day comfort and support.
The Howser Wrap by Keen expands the brand’s outdoor/indoor hybrid slipper collection with a feminine wrap silhouette, but keeps its signature fit and durable rubber outsole.
The Snowday II ($70) slip-on camp shoe from Bogs for men and women brings a deep set of features to the table. The brand’s Max-Wick lining wicks sweat, a fleece lining offers warmth and a Bloom foam footbed delivers comfort.
The Puffy Slipper from Bearpaw ($40) lives up to its name with a throwback quilted nylon upper and a snuggly wool-blend lining and footbed to keep toes toasty warm.
Naot’s Recline $60 slipper surrounds the foot with a warm fleece lining and mattress foam padding — and brings a pop of jewel-tone vibrance to any lounge look.
Bring a little glamour to the everyday with Flexus’ Scone slipper. With faux-fur trim, a luxurious cozy interior and pearl embellishment, you’ll be ready for whatever the day brings.
Chooka’s faux fur Mandie slide, $40, is a walk on the wild side, with an aggressive tread for stability and fluffy faux leopard for warmth and style.
The $120 Paonia shoe brings back one of Chaco’s first closed-toe styles, renames it (for the Colorado town the brand was born in) and builds it out with a waterproof suede upper and gender-specific midsoles.
The $90 Tranquil slipper from Vionic has a streamlined silhouette and the brand’s signature support.