Style Hack: 3 Chic Ways to Wear Clogs

If you’re looking for something different than your usual high heels, this is it.


From L-R (clockwise): Buttoned denim skirt, RM183, Dorothy Perkins; Diamante Stud Earrings, RM229, Fossil; Button-down shirt, RM129.90, Uniqlo; Statement necklace, Mango; Metallic mini sling bag, G.Davin; Studded clog, RM309, Topshop

Our dress-down work outfit for Fridays always consists of a classic, crisp-white shirt, denim bottoms – and for some colour and sparkle – metallic accessories. Clogs complete the outfit with a vintage note.


From L-R (clockwise): Top with mesh sleeves and zipper details, RM235, Dude & the Duchess; Studded clog, RM309, Topshop; Leather tote, RM299.90, Charles & Keith; Geometric-print skirt, RM119, H&M; Chronograph watch, RM1,729, Thomas Sabo

Up the style ante of your monochrome outfit by incorporating mesh details, an asymmetrical hemline and notice-me clogs. Don’t be afraid to mix metals – you won’t go wrong with a silver-and-gold combo.


From L-R (clockwise): Trousers, RM160, Monki; Knit sweater, RM329, Massimo Dutti; Studded clog, RM309,Topshop; Denim gilet, RM199.90, Pull & Bear; Camouflage-print backpack, Jansport at Bratpack; Straw fedora, Accessorize

On chilly rainy days, top off your sweater-pants look with a straw fedora (perfect for bad-hair days) and a denim gilet to score cool points. A backpack is perfect when you’re lugging your stuff around town!

This story appears in the June 2015 issue of female, out on newsstands and Magzter now. 

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