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Ugglebo Clogs for Autumn


What says Autumn more than....


Tights! Sweaters!


Mustard yellow!


Burgundy! Tights!


Hmmm...what else?



Vintage tote bags with a bird pattern?
Yes.


Am I missing something?


OH! YES! Clogs!


These beautiful handmade-in-Sweden clogs are beautiful heirloom pieces. The quality is outstanding. The leather is gorgeous and soft, the wood is solid, the construction is old-fashioned, handmade, generations-worthy, well-done work. They have been made the same way in the same little Swedish factory since 1965. I love the way these "rock" when I walk. See that pretty cut of the wood where it meets the sole? Gorgeous. Ugglebo means "Owls Nest" in Swedish, hence their adorable owl logo.
My one sadness when it comes to Ugglebo clogs is that they run extremely narrow. I had originally picked out these stunning babies: 


You can see the beautiful that eggplant color of  the "Berry" Lisbon clogs. I very dearly wanted to keep them but they were simply too narrow. I just had to send them back in favor of the Etnas you see above, and I sized up. Unfortunately, that means my Etnas are about 1/2 size too big to fit the width of my (pretty-average) foot. The super wonderful customer service representative assured me they were working hard to get their sizing appropriate so we can all wear all of their beautiful clogs. Until then, I figure I'll be wearing socks inside them soon enough :-)


Above image courtesy Ugglebo clogs

Friends, if you need some great-looking, comfortable, beautiful clogs for fall and winter, I highly recommend Ugglebo! I have several pairs of Swedish clogs, and these are incredibly beautiful and feel more "solid" that my others. Not only that, but the customer service is unparalleled (especially compared with a more well-known Swedish company based in Sweden with a rather distasteful slogan).

Thank you, Ugglebo!


Disclaimer: Ugglebo sent me these clogs free of charge for review, and the words, pictures & opinions are my own. The links are not affiliate links. Thanks, Ugglebo!

2 comments:

galerius said...

Nice dress.
You look a bit like an italian actress, Anita Caprioli.

galerius said...

P.S. By "nice dress" I meant the jeans+yellow shirt+cardigan+clogs. Very 70's looking.

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