STYLE & BEAUTY
06/09/2015 07:00 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

12 Clogs Anyone Can Wear, Even If You're Hopelessly Uncoordinated

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Clogs have come a long way from from their Dutch origins. These days the clunky wooden shoes have been re-imagined into sleek, fashion-forward footwear that's constantly spotted on designer runways. However, the one thing that hasn't really changed is how difficult it is to walk in them.

There are comfortable clogs, to be sure, but considering the solid soles don't flex with your foot you might find yourself wobbling from time to time. With that said, we suggest sticking with styles that have heel and/or ankle straps. The added support is just what you need in order to truly rock a pair of clogs with the balance and confidence they (and we) deserve.

Check out the cute and comfortable clogs we've rounded up below. Which ones do you have your eye on?

Top row: Swedish Hasbeens "T-Strap Sky High" clogs, $275; No.6 Store "Two-Tone" clogs, $310; Sandgrens "Victoria" clogs, $169.
2nd row: Miss Selfridge "Faith" clogs, $95; TopShop "Saffie" clogs, $90; Michael Michael Kors clogs, $123.
3rd row: Dansko "Thea" clogs, $130; Wallis "Buckle" clogs, $54; Siren "Akaysha" clogs, $130.
Bottom row: Dolce Vita "Nalia" clogs, $160; Swedish Hasbeens "Peep Toe" clogs, $152; Kate Spade "Kayleigh" clogs, $268.


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