We can thank Sweden for bringing us the fashion clog. Who knew that a rudimentary shoe could transpire into a iconic fashion staple. We can also thank Sandgrens for being the first to produce the new breed of clog. Beginning in the mid eighteen hundreds, Swedish based Sandgrens Clogs has metamorphosed into something that is truly phenomenal. As a review blogger I always seek out the best of the best, and I feel that Sandgrens has the monopoly on producing the finest clogs throughout the world. It should be noted that Sandgrens was formerly known as Ugglebo, I'm sure a more familiar name.
|Sandgrens Clogs ISIO collection|
Sangrens stands out in both quality and craftsmanship. All their clogs are comprised of high quality material that includes the finest leathers, wooden bases and so forth. This makes for a durable shoe that is both pretty and comfortable.
You can find the most gorgeous selection of boots at Sangrens Clogs. I never even knew clog boots existed.
I was offered my choice of clogs from Sandgrens for review and I'll tell ya, picking wasn't easy. I chose the Mary Jane Comfort shoes pictured below. I couldn't be more pleased. They're very flattering on my feet and probably the most feminine comfort shoe I own. Due to the cool weather I've been wearing these with socks or tights. I intend to wear these sans the socks for warmer weather. Very comfortable and breathable. Dressed up or dressed down, these are the perfect anywhere shoe.
|Mary Jane Comfort from Sandgrens Clogs|
I've never been much of a shoe person, but after I opened the box and tried these on I experienced the same level of excitement that women everywhere are portrayed as experiencing in just about every shoe commercial....and all this time I thought those were insultingly exaggerated misrepresentations.
Not to be overlooked is the ease of simply slipping the shoes on and off. Since I never wear shoes in the house this is a feature that I really appreciate.
I also really like the Seine:
At the moment Sandgrens is offering up to 35% off boots.
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