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Miu Miu Clogs

Are you one for instant gratification, or do you like to hold out until the right thing comes along? For me, it’s a little of both. With the clog trend that’s been going on, I succumbed a little with my Jessica Simpson clog heels…but man…they are soo high, and over the top. I’d love to wear them more often, but it’s just impossible, they will break my ankle, it’s terrifying to walk on the sidewalk outside my house. If I can’t get into a cab, it’s too much.

That’s why I held out from getting a new pair of clogs, they’re loud, low heels look frumpy, and high heels look scary. But when I saw these Miu Miu clogs at Cris on Polk Street, it was all over. The first day I saw them, I walked away, but something kept saying to get them or I’ll regret it. Oh, that something is Wendy Brandes and Princess Poochie… don’t contemplate getting shoes around them two, they’ll talk you into every time!

So can I walk around in these shoes? I live on a pretty steep hill, and I can attest, yes, these shoes are very stable, the rubber soles are great quality and they don’t sound like a couple of wooden planks like the Dr. Scholl’s shoes do. They’re really comfortable, and with the classic color, I can imagine wearing them with anything.

If you’d like to get a pair of your own, someone is selling the Miu Miu embroidered clogs on eBay in both the high heel and the low heel or you can run a search for Miu Miu clogs. Purchasing off this affiliate link supports The Coveted.

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  1. Clare

    When I get excited about something my ears move backwards (I don’t know why, it’s weird) but they did it when I read the title of this post, I looooove these shoes. I need some Miu Miu in my life.

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      jennine

      It’s so strange how clogs come and go, and every time they come back we’re surprised. why not just keep them?

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  2. grit and glamour

    What a great pair of clogs…velvet, embroidery, and yummy brown leather?! You won’t see many girls toddling around in this pair, that’s for sure. I love this season’s clog trend and have been enjoying my Jeffrey Campbell Charli clogs with big flares from Citizens of Humanity. The great thing about clogs is you just slip them on and go; I like to think of them as the glam girl’s equivalent of a in-between-seasons flip-flop.
    .-= grit and glamour´s last blog ..What You Didn’t Know About Your Hairdresser =-.

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      jennine

      oh yes, the jc clogs are great too… i almost got those as well. and you’re absolutely right about the glam girls flip flop because they really are that eaasy

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  3. Jennifer Thompson

    Very Very cute clogs. I wasn’t sold on them at first but I thought I would give the clogs a try. So while at Wal-Mart this weekend I came across some for a cheap $11. They may not be fancy but they are cute and suprisingly comfortable so far. I’m especially liking the clogs with short skirts or shirts. I’m gonna try them with rolled up jeans soon too.

    I can’t wait to see how you wear your clogs!!
    .-= Jennifer Thompson´s last blog ..See what had happened was… =-.

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      jennine

      i can walk in them, on flat surfaces…but you know that’s not going to happen in SF.
      ;)

  4. pretty face

    I am shocked that they are comfortable. I was also surprised to read that they’re Miu Miu, they don’t look too stereotypically Miu Miu. But those are both good things; I think they are spectacular! I have been researching clogs and it seems to me that softer heels make for a more comfortable shoe, but these heels look pretty solid. So I applaud you for wearing them up a steep hill! xx

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      jennine

      oh yeah, miu miu has done a lot of clogs! but when it comes to hills, going up isn’t hard, it’s going down that’s difficult, you feel like a billy goat!

  5. Marguerite

    Are they really that comfortable? I tried on the satin pair (but with stockings on, DOH) and want them but I’m a huge klutz with hard to fit feet and I rarely wear heels about a couple inches. Tell me they’re okay :)

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      jennine

      oh they are! i did walk around quite a bit…albeit not with socks. also, this season’s clogs are a bit higher, so i don’t know if they’ll work on the hills, as i didn’t try it!

  6. Laura

    These are so pretty, and way more unique than all the other clogs out there!

    Isn’t Cris on Polk street the best little store? I actually went this weekend. You must have made it in there before me, because there’s no way I could have missed these glorious shoes. =)
    .-= Laura´s last blog ..She could be a farmer in those clothes =-.

  7. alexandra keller

    i saw these from a distance at the mall in Cali this weekend….i’m not typically a floral person so i didn’t go in. but i AM having trouble finding a clog at a good heel height. platform is okay, but i don’t need to add 8″ to my height! i’m only 5’2″ and i don’t really want to to fall very far if i actually DO fall wearing these things :)
    .-= alexandra keller´s last blog ..Alex Keller and Vintage by Alex Keller Sale! =-.

  8. Vint Junky

    Aw i saw your tweets about these yesterday. Thank goodness you bought them, they are just perfect! Love the embroidered flowers, they are so much cuter than the plain leather clogs that are everywhere at the mo.

    xxx
    .-= Vint Junky´s last blog ..queens of vintage =-.

  9. Sarade

    I am trying to not indulge in instant gratification, and hold out for things I really want. It’s been working well. My tastes are more refined, and I find that a lot of my sudden lusts for things fade away after a few days of careful consideration. I do not like clogs, though, and have not had a problem denying myself these.
    .-= Sarade´s last blog ..Diamond Moonlight Necklace =-.

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  15. Anna @ShoeHunting

    GORGEOUS! I am needing a pair myself, and I’ve been holding out too for the perfect one. Those Miu Mius would fit the bill. I would LOVE to be able to afford the Chanel versions, too!

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