Fluffy sandals, the hottest autumn trend.
Technically, flip-flop season is now behind us, but there are fall days when it makes more sense to wear a comfortable slip-on rather than chunky chunky boots. In fact, fluffy sandals are the warm and cocoon trend of the season, ideal, for example, to host friends and relatives at home for parties, or for informal convivial moments. But the less obvious and very trendy choice is to wear them outside the home, the ideal complement for casual chic and effortless looks.
The slip-on silhouettes offer maximum wearability and comfort, while the fluffy lining protects the feet from freezing temperatures – the feeling of softness and warmth given by the interior in super soft shearling, teddy, or ecofur is unmatched.
In addition, sandals, clogs, slippers and sabots are perfect to combine with equally warm socks and stockings, a very established trend this autumn / winter 2022. To the historical pieces such as the legendary Ugg Fluff Yeah, or the legendary Crocs clogs, are added the luxury models by Gucci, Fendi and Prada.
Fluffy sandals, the choice of celebs
Even celebs have appropriated this autumn trend (but reconfirmed also for next spring), for a look characterized by maximum comfort. Chiara Ferragni, who has made it a ubiquitous accessory in her street style outfits, prefers the luxury versions of Louis Vuitton and Yves Saint Laurent. Sienna Miller casually paired Rag & Bone’s red shearling sandals with gray socks. While Hailey Bieber chooses cream-colored Prada slippers, which she paired with yoga pants, bra and sports jacket, or fun blue mules to soften the rigor of the boxy blazer.
To be worn at home but especially outside, these comfortable and cozy shoes know how to innervate the most casual moments with a super cool allure. There are two schools of thought: declined in the brightest colors for a fun and girlish mood, or, to temper the eccentricity of the style, in basic colors such as beige, camel and the essential black.
Below, here is a selection of the best fluffy sandals models.
This article was originally published in American Vogue